Toback, David individual record

My area of specialization is Experimental Particle Physics and has focused on the search for new fundamental particles. This includes searches at the world's highest energy particle accelerators, with the CDF Experiment at the Fermilab Tevatron (outside Chicago, IL) and the CMS Experiment at the Large Hadron Collider, or LHC (in Geneva, Switzerland), as well as deep underground with the CDMS experiment (currently in Minnesota and moving to Sudbury, Ontario Canada) to search for Dark Matter. The search for new particles is motivated in part by the tantalizing possibility of understanding the mysteries of particle physics, the earliest moments in the Universe after the Big Bang, and the existence of the Dark Matter that pervades the Universe today with a single discovery.

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Academic Articles920
Conference Papers4
  • Arnowitt, R., Aurisano, A., Dutta, B., Gurrola, A., Kamon, T., Kolev, N., ... Wagner, P. (2006). Stau-neutralino coannihilation and collider.
  • WAGNER, P., & TOBACK, D. (2005). Prospects of a Search for Neutral, Long-Lived Particles using Photon Timing at CDF. International Journal of Modern Physics A. 20(15), 3267-3269.
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  • Toback, D. (2005). Run II Searches for Supersymmetry. EXPERIMENTAL CHAOS. 753(1), 373-382.
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  • Kuhlmann, S., Frisch, H., Cordelli, M., Huston, J., Miller, R., Lami, S., ... Ukegawa, F. (2004). The CDF calorimeter upgrade for Run IIb. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment. 518(1-2), 39-41.
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Texas A&M University; Physics And Astronomy; 4242 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4242