Visit WIPAC

We have an active program of visitors to our center. In keeping with our vision, we encourage and support visits from researchers who have interests, or who wish to develop interests, in several of our research areas. This exchange of ideas and expertise is part of the collaborative nature of physics studies.

WIPAC hosts three kinds of visitors: seminar guests, short term scholars working with someone on a joint project, and longer term scholars working on their own research. Visitors work directly with a faculty member or scientist to plan their visit to WIPAC, and staff are available help find housing, obtain travel documents, and arrange for office space.

Current and Upcoming Visitors

Spencer Axani, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 02/01/201612/31/2017, Host: Prof. Francis Halzen.

Joy Dorant, Fontys University, the Netherlands, 09/11/201702/28/2018, Host: Prof. Francis Halzen.

John Cesar, University College London, 06/01/201706/01/2018, Host: Dr. Jenny Thomas.

Mebdh Campbell, University College London, 06/01/201706/01/2018, Host: Dr. Jenny Thomas.

Carsten Rott, Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul , 08/01/201706/30/2018, Host: Prof. Albrecht Karle.

Faculty Profiles

WIPAC faculty and students are involved in IceCube, the Askaryan Radio Array (ARA), the High-Altitude Water Cherenkov (HAWC) experiment, Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA), Big Data, and DM-Ice.

Visitors

In keeping with our vision, we encourage and support visits from researchers who have interests, or who wish to develop interests, in several of our research areas.

Fellows

The postdoctoral fellowship program was created to honor the late John Bahcall, a prominent physicist and a founding member of the IceCube experiment.  In 2015 the Balzan Fellowship was created after Francis Halzen was awarded the Balzan Prize.