Paul D. Grannis


Research Professor and Distinguished Professor of Physics Emeritus
Department of Physics
State University of New York
Stony Brook NY, 11794 - 3800

(01) 631-632-8088 (Office)
(01) 631-632-8098 (Admin Asst)
(01) 631-632-8101 (Fax)



My curriculum vitae (pdf) , (without publications). (updated May 15, 2024)

American Institute of Physics 2020 Oral History

Historical listing of Stony Brook HEP Group personnel (pdf) (updated Jan. 31, 2023) ( (docx)

Stony Brook experiments:

(FNAL Tevatron Collider),
SuperKamiokande (underground nu's, p decay),
T2K (Tokai to SuperK long baseline neutrino),
DUNE (Fermilab to Lead SD long baseline neutrino),
CAPTAIN (neutrino cross sections on liquid argon at Los Alamos),

The 2019 European Physical Society Prize was awarded to the CDF and D0 Collaborations "for the discovery of the top quark and the detailed measurement of its properties.

My Research: DØ
The DØ Experiment at the Fermilab antiproton-proton Collider. DØ conducted a wide range of analyses on the search for the Higgs boson, the top quark properties, electroweak properties of the W and Z bosons, b-quark hadrons and production processes, searches for new particles and phenomena, and QCD studies.

Displays of Run 1 events from DØ:
top quark pair with muon from W decay, neutrino and 4 jets (one tagged by a muon) final state;
top quark pair with electron, jets and missing ET;
side view of quark-quark scattering giving 2 high ET jets;
Lego plot (in pseudorapidity - phi space) of 2 jet event.

Some pictures of DØ and Fermilab
Highlights of Run I Physics

500 GeV Linear Collider:
The ILC is proposed to make precision measurements that will enable better understanding of the new physics at the TeV scale.

`The Case for a 500 GeV e+e- Linear Collider' (July 2000).

Snowmass 2001 talk: "Linear Collider Physics Studies" (powerpoint) and (postscript) and (pdf)

Technology Benefits of the ILC

Bud Good memorial page
Juliet Lee-Franzini memorial page
Mike Marx memorial page

`Standard Model of Particle Physics' Mary K. Gaillard, Paul D. Grannis, Frank J. Sciulli, published in APS Centenary issue of Rev. Mod. Phys.

Why Support Science? (postscript) and (pdf file)

memo on Issues for Large Collaborations

Some of my Notes and Talks

Opinions expressed through this page are mine, and do not reflect those of the State University or the State of New York. Research supported in part by the National Science Foundation.