Florida State University
Tallahassee, Fl. 32306-4350
Education: Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania, 1964
Experience: 1954 - 1958, Part time high school physics teacher
1963 - 1965, Research Associate, University of Pennsylvania
1965 - 1966, Visiting Assistant Professor, University of California, Berkeley
1966 - 1969, Assistant Professor, University of Pennsylvania
1970 - 1975, Associate Professor, Florida State University
1975 - 2000, Professor, Florida State University
2000 - Joseph E. Lannutti Professor of Physics, Florida State University
Other appointments: 1967 - 1969, Head Physicist of Bubble Chamber Program at
Princeton Pennsylvania Accelerator, Princeton, N.J.
1984 - 1985, Sabbatical leave, Fermilab, Il.
1998 Sabbatical leave, CERN, Geneva, Switzerland
1981 - Director, P. Thomas Planetarium, Florida State Univ.
Awards: 1995; Teaching Award, Florida State University
1996; Fellow, American Physical Society
1998; Distinguished Research Professor, Florida State University
1999; Professional Excellence Program, Florida State University
2000; Joseph E. Lannutti Professor of Physics, Florida State University
Research: Experimental High Energy Physics
1960 - 1980, Research using various bubble chambers. Studying mostly meson
resonances. Discoverer of the f0 resonance.
1976 - 1990, Multiparticle Spectrometer at Brookhaven National Laboratory
Studying strange particle and meson resonances.
1985 - 1991, High Pt physics at Fermilab.
1988 - D0 Collider Experiment Program at Fermilab.
1990 - 1994, SDC Collider Experiment at SSC Lab in Dallas, Texas.
1994 - CMS Collider Experiment at CERN for LHC Accelerator.
Major University Committees:
1981-1988, Establish Mechanical Engineering Department and recruit faculty.
1982-1984, Arts & Sciences Policy committee.
1982-1984, Task force to establish SCRI.
1987-1989, FSU Faculty Senator.
1985-1991, (1987-1990 Chair) FSU Parking Services Advisory Committee.
1989-1997, (1993-1995 Chair) FSU Council of Research and Creativity.
1996 - , Chair, FSU, Insurance and Benefits Committee.
2000-2002, FSU Faculty Senator.
1987-1988, Task Force - State of Florida SSC proposal to DOE
1988-1995, Member, Executive Board Member of Southern Association
of High Energy Physics (SAHEP)
1997-2000, Elected Chair, Institutional Board of US CMS HCAL Project.
2000-2002, Elected Deputy chair of the US CMS Collaboration, 38 Institutions.
Grants:1970 - present; Co-Principal Investigator High Energy Physics, Department of
1974 NSF for the International Conference on p-p scattering.
1990-1994 Texas National Research Laboratory, Six grants.
1994 NSF Research experience of Undergraduates.
1994 NSF for the XIV International Conference of Physics in Collisions.
1990- 1994 Various supplementary grants from DOE for SSC.
1994 - Various supplementary grants from US DOE for CERN -CMS
1995 - Funding via (DOE) Fermilab for the CMS program.
Updated Sept 2001.