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Dan Melconian


Dan Melconian


Professor Melconian is interested in probing the fundamental symmetries of nature using the nucleus of the atom. Precision low-energy nuclear physics experiments are able to complement the searches going on at colliders and provide meaningful constraints on "new physics" –– physics not included in the Standard Model of particle physics.

Awards and Recognition

  • Distinguished Achievement College-Level Awards in Teaching (The Association of Former Students, 2016)
  • Early Career Award (US Department of Energy, 2011)
  • Best Canadian Nuclear Physics PhD Thesis Award (Canadian Association of Physicists, Division of Nuclear Physics, 2005)