B.Sc., Physics 1982, Queen Mary, University of London, U.K.
Ph. D., Particle Physics, 1986, Edinburgh University, U.K.
- Experimental Elementary Particle Physics
- Heavy Quark Flavor Physics and tests of Lattice Gauge Theory
with the CLEO-c experiment
- The high energy frontier (LHC/LC)
- Nuclear Instrumentation, especially silicon and gas based
- Dark energy and dark matter
- Science Education and Outreach
- The natural physiology or hearing and cochlear
- Seunghee Son
- Chulhoon Chang
- Batbold Sanghi
- Xin Bo
Selected Awards and Honors
- Fellow, American Physical Society (since 2002)
- Elected Co-Spokesperson of the CLEO/CLEO-c Collaboration (2001- 2002)
- Elected Co-Spokesperson of the CLEO/CLEO-c Collaboration (2002- 2003)
- Elected Co-Spokesperson of the CLEO/CLEO-c Collaboration (2003- 2004)
- Chair, Panofsky Prize Committee of the Division of Particle and Fields
of the American Physical Society (2004-2005)
- Vaden Miles Memorial Lecturer, Wayne State University, Detroit, (2004)
- Invited Lecturer XXX SLAC Summer Institute SSI2002 (2002).
- Sub project leader LHC US CMS Forward Pixel detector (2001-present)
- Mechanical design, fabrication and assembly group leader: silicon detector for CLEO III (1994-1999).
- National Young Investigator (NSF NYI) Award (1992-1998).
- Texas National Research Laboratory Superconducting Super Collider National Fellow (1993).
- Ruth & Joel Spira Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Education (Department Level) (1994).
- Charles B. Murphy Award for Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching (University Level) (1998).
- Fellow, The Purdue Teaching Academy (University Level) (1998-present).
- Voted "One of the top ten teachers in the Purdue University College of Science" (College Level) (2001).
- Inducted into the "Purdue University Book of Great Teachers" (2003).
- Professor, Purdue University, 1999-present
- Associate Professor, Purdue University, 1994-99
- Assistant Professor, Purdue University, 1990-94
- Research Assistant Professor, Syracuse University 1989
- Research Associate, Syracuse University, 1986-88
Professional and Scholarly Activities
- Forty talks at international conferences, seminars and colloquia since 2001.
- Member of eight International Advisory Committees (Chair of one) since 2000 including Particles and Nuclei International Conference, PANIC 05 Los Alamos (2005), Aging Phenomena in Gaseous Detectors, DESY, Germany (2001).
- Member, DoE Review Panel for the program in particle and astroparticle physics at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2002 and 2003).
- Co-convenor, E2 working group, "The Future of Particle Physics", Division of Particles and Fields of the American Physical Society, Snowmass 2001, Colorado 2001.
- Reviewer for the NSF and DoE of numerous university programs in particle physics.
- Co-PI Research Experience for Undergraduates at Purdue University (NSF) (2000-2002)
- Co-PI Advanced Detector Research Program for Development of Thin Silicon Detectors for High Energy Physics experiments (DoE) (2002- present).
- Shipsey I., Lattice Window on Strong Force, Nature 427 591-592 (2004)
- Shipsey I., An Experimenter's View of Lattice QCD, hep-lat/0411009
- Burdman G. and Shipsey I., D0 D0bar Mixing and Rare Charm Decays
Annual Review of Nuclear and Particle, Science 53:431-499 (2003)
- Observation of the decay Omega_c to Omega e nu, R. Ammar et al., Physical Review Letters, 89171803 (2002).
- An Aging study of Triple GEMS in Ar-CO2, L. Guirl, S. Kane, J. May, J. Miyamoto, and I. Shipsey, Nuclear Instruments and Methods, A 478 263 (2002).
- The Silicon Tracker for CLEO III, I. Shipsey et al., Nuclear Instruments and Methods, A 386 37 (1997).
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