What is the universe made of? How do those constituents behave and interact? Why is there something rather than nothing? As an experimental physicist working in nuclear and particle physics, it is my goal to expand human knowledge of the most fundamental building blocks and symmetries of our universe, to understand how they work, and to share this knowledge with others. I love being an experimentalist because it lets me poke the universe and see what it does. My main interests are antimatter, the weak interaction, CP violation, baryogenesis, and gravity. I have done work on the precision and intensity frontiers on collaborations such as Mu2e, AEgIS, and He6-CRES. I have skills in low noise cryogenics, vacuum systems, radioisotopes, RF engineering, optics, MCMC simulations, trigger and DAQ systems, silicon and scintillation detectors, and superconducting magnets.
PHYS 227 A: Elementary Mathematical Physics - Mathematica tutorial
PHYS 123 BM: Waves Lab
PHYS 123 AQ: Waves Lab
PHYS 123 AR: Waves Lab
PHYS 114: General Physics
- Physics Department: General Exam (Heather Harrington (Advisor: Alejandro Garcia), University of Washington) - October 18, 2022 - 11:00am
- Physics Department: Seattle Snowmass 2022: Physics Slam (Jorge Torres, Heather Harrington, & Noah Bray-Ali) - July 21, 2022 - 7:30pm