Ina Sarcevic

Professor of Physics

Professor of Astronomy

Classification: Primary Faculty

Education: Ph.D., Physics, 1986, University of Minnesota

Fields of Study: 

Research Interests: 

Particle astrophysics, Dark Matter, Neutrinos, Collider
Physics

Honors and Awards: 

2006 Fellow, American Physical Society

1989-1991 Humboldt Fellowship

1985-1986 Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship, University of Minnesota

1980-1981 The British Council Fellowship for the International of Young Scientists, London, England

Summa cum laude B.S. from the University of Sarajevo 1978-1981 University of Sarajevo Fellowships

Selected Publications: 

Erkoca, A.E., Reno, M.H. and Sarcevic, I. Probing Dark Matter Models with Neutrinos from the Galactic Center. Phys. Rev. D 82

Guver, T. Erkoca, A.E., Reno, M.H. and Sarcevic, I. On Neutron Star Capture of Dark Matter. JCAP 1405, 013 (2014).

Gandhi, R., Quigg, C, Reno, M.H. and Sarcevic,I. Ultrahigh-Energy Neutrino Interactions. Astropart. Phys5, 81 (1996).

Mocioiu, I, Nara, Y. and Sarcevic, I. Hadrons as Signature of Black Hole Production at the LHC. Phys. Lett. B 557, 87 (2003).

Gandhi, R., Quigg, C, Reno, M.H. and Sarcevic,I. Neutrino Interactions at Ultrahigh Energies. Phys. Rev. D 58, 093009 (1998).