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Posted by Alex Urban on September 30, 2011
This class of new theories includes those in which the myriad of particle types in the Standard Model is replaced by a single fundamental building block: a string.
Anchordoqui arrived at UW-Milwaukee in 2006 and has been active in a wide variety of research areas related to particle phenomenology. He is a member of the Pierre Auger Collaboration that studies the Universe with a novel array of cosmic ray detectors. Achordoqui was also recently promoted to Associate Professor with tenure.