Homepage of Eva Halkiadakis

About Me

I am a Professor of Physics with Rutgers University and a High Energy Physics experimentalist currently working on the CMS experiment at CERN. Here are some fun facts and figures about the LHC.

Here is my CV:
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(updated April 2021)

Contact Information

email: evahal@rutgers.edu
office: Serin W318
phone: 848-445-8965
fax: 732-445-4343
snail mail:
Rutgers University
Department of Physics and Astronomy
136 Frelinghuysen Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854


Research Links:

My significant publications

Selected seminar and conference talks

Teaching Links:

Honors Analytical Physics 1B (750:124H) - Spring 2021

Honors Analytical Physics 1A (750:123H) - Fall 2020

Quantum Mechanics and Atomic Physics (750:361) - Fall 2019

Concepts of Physics (750:106) - Spring 2020


Senior LPC Distiguished Researcher (2024)

APS Fellow: Division of Particles and Fields (2014)

Rutgers Board of Trustees Research Fellowship for Scholarly Excellence (2012)

Senior LPC Fellowship (2011-2012)

National Science Foundation CAREER Award (2008-2013)

2009 Outstanding Teacher Award given by Rutgers SPS

Outreach and other such links:

CERN Article "Using computer vision techniques to search for new particles as collimated bursts of light" - Jan 2024

CERN Article "Scouting for Superpartner Particles" - Jan 2024

CERN Courier Article "A treasure trove of LHC results" - Sept 2023

Fermilab News Article "Fermilab LPC researchers find unexpected events with CMS" - May 2022

CERN Courier Article "Dijet excess intrigues at CMS" - March 2022

CERN Article "Any more Higgses we should know about?" - July 2021

CERN Article "Casting light on the dark sector" - April 2019

Organizing committee for APS Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics - Rutgers University, January 2015

QuarkNet / US Masterclass since 2007

CSWP/DPF Networking Lunch Talk:"Role Models, Mentors, and My Path to Physics" - APS April 2014 Meeting
[Similar talk to be given at Princeton University's Women In Physics Luncheon (April 2015)]

NJ Home News Article - Feb. 2013

"My Story" for the Rutgers Office for the Promotion of Women in Science

Rutgers Focus - January 2009 , November 2008

NJN News Report on Rutgers LHC physics program: Part 1, Part 2 - November 2008

A talk on LHC physics at the annual NJ Science Teachers Convention in 2008 and 2010

Rutgers SAS Newsletter - Spring 2008

Fermilab Today "Result of the Week" : [1] , [2] , [3] , [4] , [5], [6], [7]

An article I wrote for symmetry magazine - December 2006

Last modified: Jan 2024