Emily Maher, Chair
***Research conducted in part at MCLA by physics professor Dr. Emily Maher has been named by Physics World as one of the top 10 breakthroughs of 2012. Maher is among a relatively small group of physicists and engineers who are the first to demonstrate communications using neutrinos.***
BS Physics, Hendrix College, Conway AR
Ph.D Phyiscs, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
My research field is experimental particle physics. Specifically I study the neutrino, which is one of the fundamental particles that make up the universe.
I have participated in the following neutrino experiments, which are all based at Fermi National Accelerator Labratory in Batavia, IL:
Bowman Hall, Room B24 | 413.662.5268 | Email Emily Maher