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Hadronic Nuclear Physics

Dr. Sean Dobbs

Assistant Professor of Physics

Ph.D., Northwestern University, Evanston, IL (2012)

 

Location, Hours & Contact
(room) Keen 206
(time) Office Hours: Mon./Weds. 1:00-2:00 PM & by appointment
(time) Teaching: PHY 2048C General Physics A (Recitation)
(email) sdobbs@fsu.edu
(ph) (850) 645-3812
(fax) (850) 644-4478 (fax)

 

Dr. Sean Dobbs is an Experimental Nuclear Particle Physicist at Florida State University. His main research focus is testing the limits of Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) through the search for novel states of quarks and gluons. He is also interested in the study of the structure of the proton using heavy (charm and beauty) quarks. He currently conducts research at the newly-constructed GlueX experiment at Jefferson Lab in Newport News, Virginia.


First Observation of J/ψ at JLab

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