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Neal Weiner

Associate Professor of Physics

neal.weiner [\at!] nyu.edu

Center for Cosmology and

Particle Physics

New York University

New York, NY 10003

Ph.D. in Physics, University of California, Berkeley, May, 2000, Advisor: Lawrence Hall.


B.A. in Physics and Mathematics, Summa Cum Laude, Carleton College, June 1996.

Education

Associate Professor, Dept. Physics, New York University, Sept 2009 – present;

Assistant Professor, Dept. Physics, New York University, Sept 2004 – Aug 2009;

Research Associate, Theory Group, University of Washington, Oct 2000 – Aug 2004;

Graduate Student Researcher, Theory Group, UC Berkeley Physics Department and LBNL Physics Division, June 1998 – 2000;

Graduate Student Researcher, BaBar Group, UC Berkeley Physics Department and LBNL Physics Division, June 1997 – December 1997;

Graduate Student Instructor, UC Berkeley Physics Dept., Sept 1996 – June 1999.

Professional Experience

Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists - Finalist, 2010;

Kavli Fellow 2009;

DOE Outstanding Junior Investigator 2006;

NSF CAREER Award 2005;

University Fellowship 1996;

Goldwater Scholarship 1995;

Phi Beta Kappa 1995.

Grants, Awards and Honors

Research Projects

Beyond the Minimal Dark Sector: Finding New Physics in Cosmology and Colliders [National Science Foundation (7/1/2010-7/1/2013),(1/1/2005- 12/31/2009)]

Beyond the Standard Model: The Weak Scale, Neutrino Mass and the Dark Sector [Department of Energy (06/01/2006-05/31/2010)]