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Full name: JeffDror
Location: Ithaca, NY
Website: http://pages.physics.cornell.edu/~ajd268/index.html
About: I'm a graduate student in theoretical high energy physics at Cornell University working under the supervision of Yuval Grossman. My current research interests include new ways to measure particles lifetimes, model building, and neutrino physics. If you are interested then I encourage you to take a look at my papers: 1. Angular Distributions as Lifetime Probes. **Jeff Asaf Dror** and Yuval Grossman [Accepted into JHEP] arXiv: 1311.4542 (2013). 2. Efficient transfer of positrons from a buffer-gas-cooled accumulator into an orthogonally oriented superconducting solenoid for antihydrogen studies [New J. Phys 14] D. Comeau, **A. Dror**, D.W. Fitzakerley, M.C. George, E.A. Hessels, C.H. Storry, M. Weel, D. Grzonka, W. Oelert, G. Gabrielse, R. Kalra, W.S. Kolthammer, R. McConnell, P. Richerme , A. Mullers and J. Walz (ATRAP Collaboration) (2012) If you would like to collaborate on a project, have any questions, or simply want to know more my work please let me know!

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Score: 650 points (ranked #58)      (breakdown)
Questions: 27
Answers: 4
Comments: 83
Voted on: 19 questions, 31 answers
Gave out: 43 up votes, 7 down votes
Received: 121 up votes, 1 down vote

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Aug 30, 2014 by dimension10
@Dilaton, great thanks! Is there no way that I can delete my own answers?
May 3, 2014 by JeffDror
Hi Jeff,

I have seen your accidental answer to your question here

http://www.physicsoverflow.org/15840/you-the-charged-field-vevs-zero-when-minimizing-the-potential

and hidden (soft deleted) it for you. It can easily be reshown if you need it for some reason.
Apr 22, 2014 by Dilaton




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