New faculty welcomed to the Department of Physics

Author: Shelly Goethals

The Department of Physics welcomes four new teaching and research faculty members this year: Dan Bardayan, Maxime Brodeur, Manoel Couder, and Adam Martin.

Dan Bardayan


Associate Professor
Experimental Nuclear Physics
Most recent position: Senior Research Staff, Physics Division, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Ph.D.: Yale University, 1999

Maxime Brodeur


Assistant Professor
Experimental Nuclear Physics
Most recent position: Research Assistant, National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, Michigan State University
Ph.D.: University of British Columbia, Canada, 2010

Manoel Couder


Assistant Professor
Experimental Nuclear Physics
Most recent position: Research Assistant Professor, University of Notre Dame
Ph.D.: Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgium), 2004

Adam Martin


Assistant Professor
Theoretical Particle Physics
Most recent position: TH/PH Fellow, CERN
Ph.D.: Boston University, 2007