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TAMU College Station
Faculty: Professor

Saskia Mioduszewski


CYCL 326 (main office)

MPHY 313 (aux. location)


Professor Mioduszewski is in the field of experimental nuclear physics, focusing on relativistic heavy-ion collisions. She is interested in studying the governing interaction of nuclear matter, via its phase transition between normal nuclear (hadronic) matter and deconfined quark-gluon matter, the so-called Quark Gluon Plasma. Her research is done with the STAR experiment at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC).

Latest Publications

M.S. Abdallah, et al. “Measurement of cold nuclear matter effects for inclusive J/\(\psi\) in p\(+\)Au collisions at sNN=200 GeV.” Physics Letters B, 825, 136865, Feb 2022.

M. S. Abdallah, et al. “Search for the chiral magnetic effect with isobar collisions at sNN=200 GeV by the STAR Collaboration at the BNL Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider.” Physical Review C, 105(1), Jan 2022.

Sumit Basu, Victor Gonzalez, Jinjin Pan, Anders Knospe, Ana Marin, Christina Markert, and Claude Pruneau (postdoc J.Pan is an author). “Differential two-particle number and momentum correlations with the AMPT, UrQMD, and EPOS models in Pb-Pb collisions at sNN=2.76 TeV.” Phys. Rev. C, 104(6), 064902, Dec 2021.

Victor Gonzalez, Sumit Basu, Ana Marin, Jinjin Pan, Pedro Ladron de Guevara, and Claude A. Pruneau (postdoc J. Pan is an author). “Extraction of the specific shear viscosity of quark-gluon plasma from two-particle transverse momentum correlations.” The European Physical Journal C, 81(5), May 2021.

M. S. Abdallah, et al. “Azimuthal anisotropy measurements of strange and multistrange hadrons in U\(+\)U collisions at sNN=193 GeV at the BNL Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider.” Physical Review C, 103(6), Jun 2021.

Awards & Recognition

  • Maria Goeppert Mayer Award (2009)
  • Sloan Fellowship Award (2006)
  • Sambamurti Award (2005)
  • Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (2004)
  • Paul H. Stelson Nuclear Physics Award (1998)

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