Michael Shupe

Michael Shupe

Professor Emeritus of Physics

Michael Shupe

Professor Emeritus of Physics


Ph.D. Physics, 1976, Tufts University

Fields of Study: 

High Energy Physics

Research Interests: 

Composite Models of Quarks and Leptons. Searches for new phenomena, beyond the Standard Model of Particle Physics. A member of the ATLAS Collaboration at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland.

Selected Publications: 

Shupe, M., “A Composite Model of Leptons and Quarks”, Phys. Letters 86B, 87-92 (1979). Citations: 245.

Bartelt, J. et al., “Results from a New Search for Proton Decay”, Phys. Rev. Letters 50, 651 (1983).

Shupe, M., “The Lorentz-Invariant Vacuum Medium”, American Journal of Physics53, 122-127 (1985).

Abachi, S. et al., D0 Collaboration, “Direct Measurement of the Top Quark Mass”, Phys. Rev. Lett. 79, 1197 (1997).

ATLAS Collaboration, “Search for New Physics in the Dijet Mass Distribution using 1 fb-1 of pp Collision Data at sqrt{s} = 7 TeV collected by the ATLAS Detector”, Phys. Lett. B708(2012) 37-54. Shupe, Primary Author.

Emeritus Faculty

Office: PAS 450