Brian Shuve


Assistant Professor
PhD Harvard
Particle physics
Office
Keck 1236
Phone
909-607-4195 (office)
909-621-8024 (department)
909-621-8887 (fax)
E-Mail
bshuve@g.hmc.edu
Page
http://brian-shuvewilson.squarespace.com

Prof. Shuve studies the theory of elementary particles and forces that make up matter on its most basic level. His group investigates hypothetical particles that could solve outstanding problems with our current theories of particle physics, and analyzes data from particle experiments to hunt for new particles and forces that could be hiding in debris from high-energy collisions.


Recent Publications

Nikita Blinov, Eder Izaguirre, and Brian Shuve

Rare Z Boson Decays to a Hidden Sector

Physical Review D 97 (2018) 015009.
Shuve PRD 97, 015009

Ahmed Ismael, Eder Izaguirre, and Brian Shuve

Illuminating New Electroweak States at Hadron Colliders

Physical Review D 94 (2016) 015001.
More publications

 

Course Schedule

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
08:00–08:50
Physics 23
Shan 3425

09:00–09:50
Physics 23
Shan 3465

13:15–14:30
Physics 111
Shan 2454

16:15–17:30
Physics 191

16:15–17:30
Physics 195
Shan B460

08:00–08:50
Physics 23
Shan 3425

09:00–09:50
Physics 23
Shan 3465

13:15–14:30
Physics 111
Shan 2454