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Dr. Doug McKay

Professor Emeritus, Physics and Astronomy, University of Kansas
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6050E Malott Hall

Dr. McKay received his BA in Physics from the University of Pennsylvania in 1962 and his PhD in Physics in 1968, working with C.H. Albright at Northwestern University. He joined the KU Department of Physics and Astronomy as an Assistant Professor in 1970, rising to the rank of Full Professor in 1982. He is currently Professor Emeritus, maintaining an active research program in his long-standing field of interest, theory and phenomenology of elementary particles. An extensive list of his many publications can be found at SPIRES »

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