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  • Simon Corrodi

    Simon is a postdoctoral appointee exploring the limits of the Standard Model of Particle Physics through precision tests in high-intensity experiments.
  • High-Energy Partnership

    The collaboration between Argonne National Laboratory, Fermilab, and the University of Chicago — which runs both laboratories — has yielded tremendous benefits across a wide range of experiments situated literally all around the world.
  • Richard L. Talaga

    Richard Talaga leads the HEP Division’s Intensity Frontier Group. Talaga’s research interests concentrate on the study of weakly interacting particles, notably neutrinos and muons, and the design of detectors to enable these studies.
  • Precision Muon Physics

    The muon, a heavy cousin of the electron, is well-suited for precision studies due to its relatively long lifetime and large mass.
    High Energy Physics