YUE ZHAO portrait
  • Assistant Professor, Physics And Astronomy

Research Summary

My research interests are in the area of high energy phenomenology focusing on new physics beyond the standard model. I am interested in developing novel experimental ideas, including utilizing recent advances in precision measurement techniques. Moreover, I have a strong interest in high energy collider phenomenology at the LHC. I am also very interested in exploring the possibility of extending the purposes of existing experiments, such as LIGO/LISA and DUNE.

Education

  • Ph.D., Physics and Astronomy, Rutgers University
  • B.S., Physics and Astronomy, Peking University

Biography

2015-2018  Postdoctoral Fellows, University of Michigan

2012-2015  Postdoctoral Fellows, Stanford/SLAC