Close menu Resources for... William & Mary
W&M menu close William & Mary

W&M Physics professor Then & Now

Ten Years After: Prof Jozef Dudek reflects on the ways his 2011 Early Career Award empowered efforts to understand the interior dynamics of hadrons using Lattice QCD. Prof. Dudek is the Sallie Gertrude Smoot Spears Associate Professor of Physics at the William & Mary and a Staff Scientist in the Theory Center at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility. He joined the faculty at W&M in 2016.

Office of Science 's EurekAlert. Scroll to number 7.

Jozed Dudek: Then and Now / 2011 Early Career Award Winner

DOE Office of Science. Jozef Dudek has pioneered theoretical techniques to study the subatomic particles - hadrons - which can decay into short-lived states.