Dejan Stojkovic

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                                                                                     Associate Professor

                                                              Department of Physics
                                                                  SUNY at Buffalo

                                                             
  239 Fronczak Hall

                                                       
  Buffalo, NY 14260-1500, US

                             
e-mail:  ds77@buffalo.edu      Phone: (716) 645-5014       Fax: (716) 645-2507




2012 - present            Associate Professor     
                                        
SUNY at Buffalo
2007 - 2012                Assistant Professor     
                                        
SUNY at Buffalo
2005 - 2007               Visiting Assistant Professor
                                        Case Western Reserve University
2003 - 2005               MCTP Postdoctoral Fellow  
                                
 University of Michigan
2001 - 2003               Killam Memorial Postdoctoral Fellow
                                
 University of Alberta
2001    Ph.D.                  Case Western Reserve University


   In March 2012, I was awarded with "Marko Jaric" award, which is known as the "Serbian Nobel Prize in physics"

  Fund "Marko Jaric"     Announcement AM     Announcement SEENET     Previous Recipients

 

Associate Editor:  ISTPress Transactions of Applied Mathematics

Editorial Board Memebr:  Astronomy Magazine


Research interests:

  • Cosmology                                         
  • General Relativity                
  • Particle Physics                       
  • Field Theory                           
  • Extra Dimensions                   
  • Brane World Models                  
  • Beyond the Standard Model Phenomenology              

   My research is funded by NSF

                  

         

     


Black Max II:  A very comprehensive black-hole event generator

- simulates black hole production in proton-proton, proton-antiproton and electron-positron collisions

- contains all of the black hole gray-body factors known todate

- includes black hole rotation, recoil, split branes and brane tension

- it has been interfaced, via the Les Houches accord, to CERN's Monte Carlo programs Herwig and Pythia

MY BOOK:

Teaching:                                                             

General Relativity Phy 555

       


Press about my research:   

   Wikipedia

   Science News

   Physics World

   Phys.org

  CSMonitor

  MSNBC

  Physics World        

  MIT Technology Review         

  USA Today                                      

  News Center

  Chronicle of Higher Education

  AdelaideNow

 
Astronomy

Articles by American Institute of Physics

Physics News Update # 764 

Physical Review FOCUS  16

Physical Review FOCUS 27

"APS members in media" quote

           

"Human power of abstract logic thinking, though it seems boundless,
appears hardly capable of competing with the building power of Nature.

On the other hand, acquiring consciousness at the level of human intellect,
Nature meets itself. Is that a closure of some circle that we are still
not able to comprehend?"

                           
B. Lalovic 
                                          
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