My past research focused on measurement of rare and ultra-rare kaon decays that are sensitive to physics beyond the Standard Model. My research over the past five years has focused on analysis of the KTeV experiment, which yielded 50 published physics results, and the development of next-generation kaon-decay experiments.
My current research interests include:
1) Developing rare-decay experiments driven by the present and future Fermilab accelerator complex such as the Mu2e experiment
2) The physics reach and detector technology of future lepton colliders
3) Direct detection of dark matter with the COUPP experiment