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Pran Nath

Matthews Distinguished Professor of Physics



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3Qs: Detection of gravitational waves ‘opens a new window to the study of the universe’

On Thursday, a team of sci­en­tists announced that they had detected grav­i­ta­tional waves, rip­ples of energy across space-​​time sparked by the merging of two black holes. North­eastern physi­cist Pran Nath dis­cusses the impact of the major break­through. Image by NASA


3Qs: Physicists push for underground testing facility

Pran Nath, the Matthews Dis­tin­guished Pro­fessor of Physics at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity, is among a group of leading the­o­ret­ical physi­cists who have asked the Depart­ment of Energy to develop a large under­ground neu­trino facility to main­tain U.S. lead­er­ship in the fron­tier of par­ticle physics. We asked Nath to explain the facility and its value.

Pran Nath

Northeastern University Researchers Develop Method to Identify Sparticles in Big Bang Conditions

BOSTON – Jan­uary 10, 2007 – Three North­eastern Uni­ver­sity researchers have pro­posed a new approach for the highly antic­i­pated dis­covery of super­sym­metric par­ti­cles, often called spar­ti­cles. The method­ology, which was […]

Selected Publications

For a complete list of faculty citations, please visit iRis, Northeastern’s digital archive.


Proton stability in grand unified theories, in strings, and in branes

(with P. Fileviez Pérez) Phys. Rept. 441, 191 (2007).


A Stueckelberg extension of the standard model

(with B. Kors) Phys. Lett. B 586 (2004) 366


PAMELA Positron Excess as a Signal from the Hidden Sector

(with D. Feldman and Z. Liu) Phys. Rev. D79, 063509 (2009)

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