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STEVEN E. CSORNA

E-mail address: steven.e.csorna@vanderbilt.edu

Office Phone: (615)322-6546


DEGREES AWARDED:

  • B. S. - New York University, NY, 1968
  • M. A. - Columbia University, NY, 1970
  • Ph.D. - Columbia University, NY, 1974

FIELDS OF INTEREST:

  • Experimental High Energy Particle Physics

CURRENT RESEARCH ACTIVITIES & NEWS:

CURRENT APPOINTMENTS:

  • 1985-Present : Associate Professor, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

PREVIOUS APPOINTMENTS:

  • 1974-75 : Instructor, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA
  • 1975-77 : Research Associate, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, WA
  • 1977-79 : Research Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
  • 1979-85 : Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES:

  • American Physical Society

PROFESSIONAL HONORS:

  • Founder's Day Award (N.Y.U.)
  • Elected to Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society
  • Fellowship for graduate study at N.Y.U.
  • Faculty Fellowship at Columbia University

SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS:

  • "Observation of Three Upsilon States," with D. Andrews et al and CLEO Collaboration, CLNS Report 80/445 (February 1980); Phys. Rev. Lett. 44, No. 17, 1108-1111 (April 1980).
  • "Observation of a Fourth Upsilon State in e+e- Annihilations,." with D. Andrews et al, Phys. Rev. Lett. 45, No. 4, 219-221 (July 1980).
  • "Particle Identification by Ionization Measurements: Description of the CLEO dE/dX System," with R. Ehrlich, T. Gentile, Y. K. Kubota, S. Stone, R. Talman, R. Wilcke, M. S. Alam, R. G. Hicks, and J. Poucher, Nucl. Instr. and Methods 211, 17 (1983).
  • "Sigma++c and Sigma0c Production from e+e- Annihilation in the Upsilon Energy Region," T. Bowcock, et al., (CLEO Collaboration, CLNS-88-876, April 1989), Phys. Rev. Lett. 62, 1240 (1989).
  • "Measurement of the Decay Asymmetry Parameter," CLEO Collaboration, P. Avery, et al., (CLNS-90/1013, Aug 1990), Phys. Rev. Lett 65, 2842-2845 (1990).
  • "A Search For B+ to h+h-h+ (Non-resonant)," S. Csorna and Vivek Jain, CBX 95-108 (1996).