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Kyoungchul Kong

Associate Professor, Theoretical High Energy Physics
On Sabbatical Academic Year 2016-17
Primary office:
6050C Malott Hall

Research Focus: Theoretical High Energy

Professional Background:

Associate Professor, Physics and Astronomy, University of Kansas, 2015 - present
Assistant Professor, Physics and Astronomy, University of Kansas, 2010-2015
Research Associate, Theoretical Physics Department, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, 2009-2010
Research Associate, Theoretical Physics Department, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, 2006-2010


Ph.D., 2006, University of Florida

Honors & Awards:

2011: NSF EPSCoR First Award 

2009: Outstanding Young Research Award (Association of Korean Physicists in America)
2005: Graduate Student Research Award (University of Florida alumni and the New York Times)

Research Interests:

Physics Beyond the Standard Model: collider physics, supersymmetry, extra dimensions, dark matter

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