Phil Baringer

Professor of Physics and Astronomy
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Professor Baringer's research interest is in experimental particle physics (also known as high energy physics). He is a member of the CMS collaboration, which operates one of the multipurpose detectors at CERN's large hadron collider. With CMS, he is searching for electroweak production of the top quark and is helping to operate the central silicon microstrip tracker.

 

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