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Professor of Physics

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The Ohio State University
1971 Neil Ave. 210 Baker Systems
Columbus , Ohio 43210
United States

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  • Other Research Advisor
    Timcheck's research


  • Ph.D.
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Brian Winer, Ph.D., a ..., 24 Feb 2015 [cached]
Brian Winer, Ph.D., a professor of physics at Ohio State and Timcheck's other research advisor, was thrilled with the news.
Clockwise, from top left: Nobel Prize ..., 9 Oct 2013 [cached]
Clockwise, from top left: Nobel Prize winner Peter W. Higgs, Prize winner Francois Englert, OSU physicist Chris Hill and OSU physicist Brian Winer
Brian Winer, an OSU experimental high-energy physicist, looked for the Higgs boson in data collected by the Fermilab collider in Illinois. He joined the Hadron Collider project after the Fermilab collider was shut down in 2011.
Winer said he'd been looking for the Higgs for 13 years. Now he's working on the collider's next stage of experiments.
Brian Winer, an experimental ..., 1 Jan 2012 [cached]
Brian Winer, an experimental high-energy physicist at Ohio State University, is still analyzing Tevatron data. He said he hopes that data from both colliders will doubly confirm whether the Higgs particle exists.
"I think this coming year is certainly the time when we are going to have an answer, one way or another," Winer said.
One speaker at the meeting, Brian ..., 15 April 2008 [cached]
One speaker at the meeting, Brian Winer (Ohio State), said that the *most Higgs-like Higgs event* seen so far was on in which (it is surmised) the proton-antiproton collision at the Tevatron had created a fireball which then decayed into a W boson (one of the carriers of the weak nuclear force) and a Higgs particle.
Brian Winer (Ohio State), ..., 28 Mar 2008 [cached]
Brian Winer (Ohio State), said that the *most Higgs-like Higgs
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