Dr. Georgia Karagiorgi, Associate Professor of Physics

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Associate Professor Georgia Karagiorgi is an experimental particle physicist at Columbia University. She is a leading member of the Columbia Neutrinos and Rare Events Group, and she is involved in physics data analysis for the MicroBooNE experiment at Fermilab; construction and commissioning of the upcoming SBND detector, as part of the upcoming SBN program at Fermilab; SBN physics analysis efforts; design and construction of the future DUNE experiment; and design of the proposed, future GRAMS experiment.

2008-2010, PhD in Experimental High Energy Physics, MIT
2005-2008, MA/MPhil in Physics, Columbia
2001-2004, BS in Physics, Florida Tech

Since 2021, Associate Prof. of Physics, Columbia
2016-2021, Assistant Prof. of Physics, Columbia
2015-2018, Lecturer in Experimental Particle Physics, U. of Manchester
2010-2014, Postdoctoral Research Scientist, Columbia

Major Awards/Prizes:
2022 Sloan Research Fellowship, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
2018 NSF CAREER Award, U.S. National Science Foundation
2012 Mitsuyoshi Tanaka Dissertation Award, APS
2010 Lawrence Fellowship, Lawrence Livermore National Lab (declined)
2010 Martin Deutsch Award for Excellence in Experimental Physics, MIT
2000 CASP Undergraduate Scholarship, Cyprus Fulbright Commission