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  • Tim Hobbs

    Dr. Hobbs is a theoretical physicist who explores non/perturbative Quantum Chromodynamics through a mix of theory and computation, as well as implications to and from particle physics experiments at diverse energies.
  • 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.
  • Theoretical High Energy Physics

    Much of the work of high energy physics concentrates on the interplay between theory and experiment. The Argonne Theory Group is active in exploring the particle physics Standard Model and in searching for avenues to go beyond it.
  • Zelimir Djurcic

    Zelimir Djurcic is an experimental physicist with research interests in particle physics beyond the Standard Model.
  • Neutrino Physics

    With precise knowledge of neutrino mixing, it is now possible to start using neutrinos as a tool to understand why the universe is built from matter rather than antimatter -- one of the fundamental questions of the universe.