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Thomas J. Weiler

  • PhD
  • Professor of Physics & Astronomy
  • Vanderbilt University
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Research interests

neutrinos in the astrophysical context and dark matter in the astrophysical and LHC contexts.

About

Working on neutrinos in the astrophysical context and dark matter in the astrophysical and LHC contexts.

Co-authors (13936)

  • Wei Wang

Editorships

Astroparticle Physics

editor

2011 - 2014(3 years)

Publications (5)

  • A search for pair production of new light bosons decaying into muons

    • Khachatryan V
    • Sirunyan A
    • Tumasyan A
    • et al.
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  • Angular analysis of the decay B<sup>0</sup>→K<sup>*0</sup>μ<sup>+</sup>μ<sup>-</sup> from pp collisions at s=8 TeV

    • Khachatryan V
    • Sirunyan A
    • Tumasyan A
    • et al.
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  • Search for exotic decays of a Higgs boson into undetectable particles and one or more photons

    • Khachatryan V
    • Sirunyan A
    • Tumasyan A
    • et al.
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  • Searches for a heavy scalar boson H decaying to a pair of 125 GeV Higgs bosons hh or for a heavy pseudoscalar boson A decaying to Zh, in the final states with h→ττ

    • Khachatryan V
    • Sirunyan A
    • Tumasyan A
    • et al.
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  • Transverse momentum spectra of inclusive b jets in pPb collisions at √sNN=5.02 TeV

    • Khachatryan V
    • Sirunyan A
    • Tumasyan A
    • et al.
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Professional experience

Professor of Physics & Astronomy

Vanderbilt University

August 1984 - Present

Education history

PhD

Wisconsin

September 1971 - August 1976(5 years)

B.S. (physics)

Stanford University

September 1969 - May 1971(2 years)

none

Marquette University

September 1967 - May 1969(2 years)