Using data collected with the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, SUNY physicists Julian Bouffard, Jesse Ernst, Adam Fischer, Vivek Jain, and collaborator Stefan Guindon, have recently made public results that put tight constraints on the existence of particles predicted by Supersymmetry, a very attractive extension of the Standard Model of Particle Physics.
Prof. Philip Goyal writes new article "Informational Approach to Identical Particles in Quantum Theory"
Prof. Goyal's article, on the derivation of the symmetrization postulate which is needed to describe identical particles in quantum theory, is available here.
Prof. Goyal publishes new article "Information Physics—Towards a New Conception of Physical Reality"
Using data from the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, SUNY physicists (Julian Bouffard, Jesse Ernst, Adam Fischer, Vivek Jain) and Stefan Guindon, obtain new results on Supersymmetry.
Nabin Malakar (Ph.D. 2011), and Daniil Gladkov (Physics Undergraduate, Class of 2013) publish a paper entitled "Modeling a Sensor to Improve Its Efficacy" in the Journal of Sensors describing the robotic research they performed with Prof. Knuth.