Meeting with a faculty advisor

Students should prepare for a meeting with a faculty advisor by knowing their current schedule and their plans for the future. Students should bring an advising form, and should visit faculty advisors during their office hours.

Assignments by last name are intended for initial visits. Students are encouraged to work with the same faculty advisor over the course of their academic career, when feasible.

Note: During the summer, faculty advisors do not hold weekly office hours. Please email your faculty advisor for assistance.

EPEN Faculty Advisor (Student's Last Name: A-C)

Daniel Bolton Portrait

Daniel Bolton

Instructor • EPEN Faculty Advisor (Student's Last Name: A-C)
Physics
Office Hours: Thursday 11:00am - 12:00pm, Friday 9:00am - 10:00am • Office: DUAN F1033 • Research Interests My research is in the field of nuclear theory. My Ph.D. work applied Chiral Perturbation Theory to extract the up-down quark mass difference. My dissertation and the three papers I published along the way can be viewed online. More recently, my research interests lie in Lattice QCD. After working on charmed-baryon spectroscopy ,...

EPEN Faculty Advisor (Student's Last Name: D-G)

Ethan Neil

Ethan Neil

Assistant Professor • EPEN Faculty Advisor (Student's Last Name: D-G)
Physics
Office Hours: Wednesday 9:00am - 11:00am • Office: DUAN F313 • Research Interests Lattice gauge theory, physics beyond the standard model, collider and dark matter phenomenology, strongly-coupled quantum field theory. My research interests are in physics beyond the standard model, particularly its signatures in collider and dark matter experiments, and more generally in the physics of strongly-coupled elementary particles, which I study numerically using large-scale computing. My particular interests include...

EPEN Faculty Advisor (Student's Last Name: H-L)

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Michael Litos

Assistant Professor • EPEN Faculty Advisor (Student's Last Name: H-L)
Physics
Office Hours: Wednesday and Thursday 10:00am - 11:00am • Office: DUAN F819 Research Interests: Plasma, Lasers, and Beams Group: We conduct experimental research at the intersection of plasma, laser, and beam physics, with an emphasis on plasma wakefield acceleration. This research program combines local experiments at CU with collaborative work carried out at national laboratories.

EPEN Faculty Advisor (Student's Last Name: M-P)

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Thomas Schibli

Associate Professor • EPEN Faculty Advisor (Student's Last Name: M-P) • Adjunct Fellow - JILA
Physics
Office Hours: Tuesday 2:30pm - 4:30pm • Office: DUAN F527 • Research Interests: We strive to advance science and technology in the fields of optics and photonics through advanced functional materials, novel laser systems and measurement techniques. Light has played an important role during the development of many topics in modern physics. Atomic, molecular, optical (AMO) physics certainly relies strongly on steady developments in optics and photonics. Also a variety...

EPEN Faculty Advisor (Student's Last Name: Q-S)

Charles Rogers portrait

Charles Rogers

Professor • EPEN Faculty Advisor (Student's Last Name: Q-S)
Physics
Office Hours: Wednesday 1:30pm - 3:30pm • Office: DUAN F631 • Research Interests: Our group works in the general area of experimental condensed matter physics of thin films and very small systems. Presently, the group is working on the nanoelectromechanical behavior of nanowires and fabricated electromechanical structures, buried interfaces in photovoltaic systems, and surface molecular dipole systems. Nanoscale objects are made with a combination of photolithography, electron-beam lithography, epitaxial thin-film...

EPEN Faculty Advisor (Student's Last Name: T-Z)

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Heather Lewandowski

Associate Professor • Associate Chair - Engineering Physics • EPEN Faculty Advisor (Student's Last Name: T-Z)
Physics
Office Hours: Monday 9:00am - 11:00am • Office: JILA X435 • Research Interests: My group studies collisions and reactions of simple cold molecules. Our ultimate goal is to understand the quantum mechanical processes involved in making and breaking a chemical bond. We aim to control the reacting molecules external and internal degrees of freedom in the quantum regime. To accomplish this control, we slow down a supersonically cooled molecular beam...