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Howard Baer

Howard Baer

Homer L. Dodge Endowed Chair In High Energy Physics

A photo of Howard Baer sitting outdoors.



Office: NH 329

Phone: (405) 325-7048




B.S. University of Wisconsin (1979)

M.S. University of Wisconsin (1981)

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin (1984)


I do research in theoretical High Energy Physics (HEP), with an emphasis on physics beyond the Standard Model (BSM), especially the experimental consequences of weak sale supersymmetry, and its implications for collider physics (detection of new matter states at the CERN Large Hadron Collider, or LHC), and early universe cosmology, especialy the origin of dark matter and how to detect it. We also work on superstring phenomenology, and consequences of the string theory landscape of vacua for BSM physics searches.

 Howard Baer CV

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Awards & Honors

  • George Lynn Cross Research Professor
  • Fellow of American Physical Society
  • Homer L. Dodge Endowed Chair In High Energy Physics