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CJS Noon Lecture Series | Working on a High Energy Experiment in Japan

Myron Campbell, Professor of Physics, University of Michigan

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Myron Campbell, Professor of Physics, University of Michigan
During the last twelve years I have been working on a High Energy Experiment (HEP) in Tokai, Japan. In this lecture I will summarize the significant accomplishments Japanese physicists have made in this field. I will describe the current HEP program in Japan, and then talk about the experiment I have been working on.

I was a graduate student at Yale University and worked on an experiment at Brookhaven National Laboratory. I was a postdoc at the University of Chicago before moving to Michigan in 1989. I have worked on experiments at Fermilab near Chicago, CERN in Switzerland, and JPARC in Japan. I was Chair of the Physics Department and Associate Dean for the Natural Sciences.

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