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Eddie Tatar, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
tataerdi@isu.edu
(208) 282-4650
Physical Science Building, Rm 123C

Education

  • Ph.D. (2000), Experimental Physics, University of Notre Dame
  • M.S. (2000), Applied Mathematics, University of Notre Dame
  • M.S. (1997), Physics, University of Notre Dame

Positions

  • 2001 - present: Assistant Professor, Idaho State University
  • 2000 - 2001: Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame
  • Spring 2000 - Fall 2000: Postdoctoral Research Associate, University of Notre Dame

Research Interests

  • Building an apparature for an accurate measurement of CKM matrix elements for polarized ultra-cold neutron decays
  • Quantum interference phenomena in Particle Physics and Optics
  • Study of exotic mesons
  • Partial Wave Analysis Techniques
  • Lie Groups and Representation Theory
  • Supersymmetry
  • Weak Interactions and Neutrino Physics
  • Member of the E852 Collaboration, Brookhaven National Laboratory

Selected Refereed Publications

"Observation of Exotic Meson Production in the Reaction  at 18 GeV/c", E. Ivanov et al., Physical Review Letters, 86, p. 3977, April 2001.

"Observation of a New  Isoscalar State in the reaction  at 18 GeV/c", P. Eugenio et al., Physics Letters B, 497, p. 190, January 2001.

"Evidence for Exotic  Meson Produced in the Reaction p p  ", S.U. chung et al., Physical Review, D60, p. 92001, October 1999.

"Observation of a New  Exotic State in the Reaction  at 18 GeV/c", G. Adams et al., Physical Review Letters, 81, p. 5760, December 1998.

"Evidence for Exotic Meson Production in the Reaction  at 18 GeV/c", D. Thompson et al., Physical Review letters, 79, p. 1630, September 1997.

 

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