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Daniel V. Schroeder

Department of Physics
Weber State University
2508 University Circle
Ogden, UT 84408-2508
Phone: (801) 626-6048

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I was born in St. Louis, Missouri, and grew up in the suburb of Webster Groves. From 1980-84 I attended Carleton College, and from 1984-90 I was a graduate student at Stanford University, where I spent most of my time at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center. I taught physics at Pomona College for one year and at Grinnell College for two years before coming to Weber State in 1993.

Courses I'm teaching in 2013-2014:

Web pages of past courses:

Research interests

My research in high-energy physics has been mainly on beam-beam interactions at future linear colliders. For a brief overview of these proposed machines, see the Next Linear Collider page at the University of Pennsylvania. For a longer introduction, see the High Energy Physics article (for general readers) or the Japan Linear Collider pages (more technical) at the KEK laboratory.



Unpublished work

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Last modified on 2 January 2014.