|Professor of Physics|
Ph. D. 2000, UC Berkeley
B.A. 1996, Carleton College
|Personal Home Page:||http://cosmo.nyu.edu/~nealw/|
Neal Weiner received his undergraduate degree in physics and math from Carleton College in 1996, and his PhD in physics at UC Berkeley with Lawrence Hall his advisor. He was a postdoc at the University of Washigton from 2000 to 2004, joining the CCPP at NYU in the fall of 2004. He has broad interests in particle physics and cosmology. His focus is generally on physics beyond the standard model. In this broad field, his work has included studies of extra dimensional theories (large, small, warped and flat), supersymmetry, grand unification, flavor, neutrino mass, dark matter, inflation and dark energy, as well as relationships between the different subjects.