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Responsible: Marie Boër

Postdoctoral Associate

Graduate Students, VT doctoral school

Graduate Students (gap year)

Undergraduate Students

  • May 2021 - present: Brannon Semp (sophomore), Virginia Tech, "Timelike Compton Scattering off transversely polarized protons and with a polarized real photon beam at Jefferson Lab Hall C"

Former members

Graduate students

  • May 2021 - Jan 2022: Tristan Anderson, Virginia Tech graduate school, graduate from University of New Hampshire (USA), "Spacelike and Double Deeply Virtual Compton Scattering at Jefferson Lab"
  • Winter + Summer 2021: Camille Zindy, summer student, graduate from Sorbonne University (Paris, France),  "Exploration of new experimental opportunities at Jefferson Lab Hall C for measuring Unpolarized Timelike Compton Scattering off unpolarized proton and neutron targets".   

Undergraduate Students

REU Summer 2022:
REU Summer 2021:
  • Kevin Sanford (raising senior), UC Santa Cruz, "Exclusive Photoproduction and Electroproduction at high virtuality of rho mesons, from JLab to EIC, and development of an event generator"
  • Tyler Schroeder (raising senior), W&M, "Phenomenology of Hard Exclusive Photo- and Electro-Production of Quarkonia (J/Psi and Upsilon) and development of a new event generator for the Electron Ion Collider"
Spring 2022:
  • Alexander Hamilton
  • Cesar Ibarra
  • Ben Podlich
  • Barbara Sanchez
  • Nathan Stroh
  • Nicholas Roush
Spring 2021:
  • Mitchell Cassell (senior), Virginia Tech, "Introduction to data analysis: Timelike Compton Scattering off the neutron".
  • Zeyu Gao (senior), Virginia Tech, "Introduction to data analysis: Longitudinally polarized Timelike Compton Scattering".
  • May Huynh (senior), Virginia Tech, "Introduction to data analysis: Transversely Timelike Compton Scattering".
  • Brandon Lorn (senior), Virginia Tech, "Hard Exclusive Production of rho^0 mesons: building an event generator".
  • Erik Wrightson (senior), Virginia Tech, "Hard Exclusive Production of J/psi mesons: building an event generator".
  • Camille Zindy (senior), Université Paris-Sorbonne, "Unpolarized Timelike Compton Scattering off the proton: Data analysis and projection for new experiments