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Biography

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PeopleInstitutions

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Archival as AuthorPublished as Author

John Edward Huth

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Dates

March 16, 1958 – present

Authorized Form of Name

Huth, John Edward

Additional Forms of Names

Huth, John Edward, 1958-

Biography

Abstract

John Edward Huth is Donner Professor of Science at Harvard University (1993-present). Other institutional affiliations include Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. His research interests include Higgs boson and the ATLAS muon system.

Important Dates

March 16, 1958Birth, London (England).

1979Obtained AB, Princeton University, Princeton (N.J.).

1985Obtained PhD in Physics, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley (Calif.).

1985 – 1997Postdoctoral Research Scientist (1985-1989); Wilson Fellow (1988-1991); Staff Scientist (1991-1993); and Member, Physics Advisory Committee (1993-1997), Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Batavia (Ill.).

1993 – 1994Member, Sub-Panel on the Future of High Energy Physics, High Energy Physics Advisory Panel, United States Department of Energy.

1993 – presentProfessor of Physics (1993-2007); Chair, Department of Physics (2003-2007); and Donner Professor of Science (2007-present), Harvard University, Cambridge (Mass.).

1996Fellow, American Physical Society.

1998 – 2006Member, Science and Technology Steering Committee, Brookhaven National Laboratory.

Occupation

Particle physicist.

Places

Birth

London (England)

Undergraduate Education

Princeton (N.J.)

Graduate Education

Berkeley (Calif.)

Employment

Batavia (Ill.)

Cambridge (Mass.)

Subjects

Higgs bosons.

Muons.

Particles (Nuclear physics).

Quarks.

Relationships

People

Advisors & Collaborators

Andersen, Joseph A.

Advised by Huth at Harvard University, "Investigations of the Convectively Coupled Equatorial Waves and the Madden-Julian Oscillation."

Bailey, Stephen J.

Advised by Huth at Harvard University, "A study of B meson to J/psi meson Kaon((*)0) X meson decays."

Chamberlain, O. (Owen)

PhD advisor at University of California, Berkeley, "A search for fractionally charged particles in ee± annihilations."

Hill, Marc E.

Advised by Huth at Harvard University, "Experimental studies of W -band accelerator structures at high field."

Kashif, Lashkar M.

Advised by Huth at Harvard University, "Measurement of the Z boson cross-section in the dimuon channel in proton-antiproton collisions at center of mass energy = 7 TeV."

Spiropulu, Maria

Advised by Huth at Harvard University, "A blind search for supersymmetry in p(bar)p collisions at sqr(s) = 1.8 TeV using the missing energy plus multijet channel."

Colleagues

Bainbridge, Kenneth T. (Kenneth Tompkins), 1904-1996

Both employed at Harvard University.

Bardeen, William A.

Both employed at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

Bjorken, James D.

Both employed at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

Bloembergen, N.

Both employed at Harvard University.

Charpak, Georges

Both employed at Fermi National Accelarator Laboratory.

Coleman, Sidney, 1937-2007

Both employed at Harvard University.

Feldman, Gary J.

Both employed at Harvard University.

Franklin, Melissa Eve Bronwen

Both employed at Harvard University.

Gabrielse, Gerald

Both employed at Harvard University.

Georgi, Howard

Both employed at Harvard University.

Glashow, Sheldon L.

Both employed at Harvard University.

Glauber, Roy J., 1925-

Both employed at Harvard University.

Halperin, Bertrand I.

Both employed at Harvard University.

Lederman, Leon M.

Both employed at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

Maldacena, Juan Martin, 1968-

Both employed at Harvard University.

Murray, Cherry Ann

Both employed at Harvard University.

Nelson, David R., 1951-

Both employed at Harvard University.

Peoples, John, Jr.

Both employed at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

Pound, Robert V.

Both employed at Harvard University.

Purcell, Edward M.

Both employed at Harvard University.

Ramsey, Norman, 1915-2011

Both employed at Harvard University.

Randall, Lisa

Both employed at Harvard University.

Strominger, Andrew Eben

Both employed at Harvard University.

Stubbs, Christopher

Both employed at Harvard University.

Tinkham, Michael

Both employed at Harvard University.

Tollestrup, Alvin

Both employed at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

Vafa, Cumrun

Both employed at Harvard University.

Weitz, David A.

Both employed at Harvard University.

Wu, Tai Tsun

Both employed at Harvard University.

Institutions

Major Positions

Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

Postdoctoral Research Scientist; Wilson Fellow; Staff Scientist; and Member, Physics Advisory Committee.

Harvard University. Department of Physics

Professor of Physics; Chair, Department of Physics; and Donner Professor of Science.

Professional Activities & Affiliations

American Physical Society

Fellow.

Brookhaven National Laboratory

Member, Science and Technology Steering Committee.

Princeton University. Department of Physics

Obtained AB (1979).

United States. Department of Energy

Member, Sub-Panel on the Future of High Energy Physics, High Energy Physics Advisory Panel.

University of California, Berkeley. Department of Physics

Obtained PhD in Physics (1985).

Resources

Archival Resources

Author

Oral history interviews with members of Collider Detector at Fermilab (CDF), 1995.

Niels Bohr Library & Archives

American Institute of Physics

One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740, USA

Published Resources

Author

Video Lecture: "First Beam in the Large Hadron Collider"