Piotr Decowski, Ph.D.
Office: McConnell Hall 312
phone: (413) 585-3882 (work)
(413) 586 4619 (home)
fax: (413) 585-3786
This portrait was made by my younger son at age of 12 (a long time ago...). This drawing is clickable!
Fields of Interest:Experimental nuclear and hadron physics: structure of nucleons, fundamental interactions, mechanism of heavy ion nuclear reactions, giant oscillations in nuclei. I worked for many years at the University of Warsaw and at other research and educational institutions (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna near Moscow, Michigan State University, Center of Nuclear Research in Juelich near Cologne, University of Utrecht in the Netherlands). I came to the USA in 1990. I enjoy music, camping, hiking, swimming, and skiing.
Current research interests:
PREx Experiment at TJNL
HAPPEX Experiment at TJNL
Precision Measurements of the Weak Mixing Angle in Moller Scattering (SLAC)
Spin structure of nucleons (E154, E155 and E155x experiments at SLAC):
Only about 30% of nucleon spin is made up from quark spins...
|Meeting in Croydon, Sept. 2002|