Research Groups
 
Nuclear and Hadronic Physics
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George H. Rawitscher
Ph.D., Professor of Physics
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Jeffrey S. Schweitzer
Ph.D., Research Professor of Physics
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Richard T. Jones
Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics
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Kyungseon Joo
Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physics
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Research in nuclear physics at the University of Connecticut seeks both to understand the nucleus as a strongly-interacting many-body system and to use the nucleus as a "laboratory" for the study of fundamental interactions.

We carry out extensive research in nuclear astrophysics, electroweak interactionans in hadrons and nuclei, the structure of the nucleon and mesons, as well as applications of nuclear physics to nuclear medicine, forensic studies and the development of nuclear detectors.

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