headshot of JiJi Fan JiJi Fan is an Associate Professor of Physics at Brown University.

Fan’s research is at the interface between elementary particle physics, astro-particle physics, and cosmology. It combines both theoretical model building using tools of quantum field theory and numerical data analyses. The topics include constructing novel dark matter models and studying their observational signatures, exploring new cosmological probes (i.e., early universe probes) of fundamental particle physics, as well as understanding the properties of the Higgs boson and the potential of collider experiments to search for new physics beyond the Standard Model.  

Fan received her Ph. D degree in theoretical particle physics from Yale University in 2009. Then she worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Princeton University for three years and at Harvard University for one year. She moved to Brown University in 2015 after spending two years as an assistant professor at Syracuse University.

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