I. Joseph Kroll
- Professor, University of Pennsylvania, 2006 to present
- Associate Professor (with tenure), Univ. of Pennsylvania, 2001-2006
- Assistant Professor, University of Pennsylvania, 1997-2001
- Scientific Associate, Wilson Fellow, Fermilab, 1993-1997
- Research Associate, Enrico Fermi Institute, Univ. of Chicago, 1989-1992
- Research Assistant, Harvard University, 1984-1989
- Teaching Assistant, Harvard University, 1983
- Research Assistant, University of California, Los Angeles, 1982-1983
- Fellow of the American Physical Society 2009
- Outstanding Junior Investigator, Department of Energy, 1998-2001
- Wilson Fellow, Fermilab, 1993-1997
- Department Citation, Physics, University of California, Berkeley, 1982
- Phi Beta Kappa, University of California, Berkeley, 1982
Harvard University, Ph.D. in Physics, 1989 (advisor: Prof. Carlo Rubbia)
University of California, Berkeley, B.A. in Physics, summa cum laude, 1982
My research is in accelerator-based experimental particle physics. I have worked on the study of both proton-antiproton collisions and electron-positron collisions. My interests have spanned precision tests of the electroweak model; flavor physics studies, particularly the physics of hadrons containing b quarks; and searches for the Higgs boson and particles not contained in the standard model of particle physics. I have been a member of the following experimental collaborations: ATLAS (CERN Large Hadron Collider) 2007 to present CDF (Fermilab Tevatron) 1993 to present OPAL (CERN LEP Collider) 1989-1993 UA1 (CERN SPS Collider) 1984-1989 R608 (CERN Intersecting Storage Rings) 1982-1983
Phys 140/150: Principles of Physics I: Mechanics and Wave Motion
Phys 141/151: Principles of Physics II: Electromagnetism and Radiation
Phys 364: Laboratory Electronics
Astro Seminar: "ALMA observations of strongly lensed galaxies: A window into the small-scale structure of dark matter halos"
April 1, 2015 - 2:00 pm
Yashar Hezaveh (Stanford)
David Rittenhouse Laboratory A6
Condensed Matter Seminar: "How challenging is the path from nanoscience to nanotechnology? A computational condensed matter physicist perspective"
April 1, 2015 - 4:00 pm
Vincent Meunier, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Advances in Biomedical Optics Seminar: ""Dual-agent Fluorescence Imaging for Highlighting Receptor-Specific Contrast in Tumors""
April 2, 2015 - 12:00 pm
Professor Scott Davis (Dartmouth)
Donner Auditorium, Basement Donner Building- 3400 Spruce St.