Soeren Prell

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Soeren Prell received his Ph.D. from the University of Hamburg, Germany, and is currently a professor of physics at Iowa State University. His research focuses on the interactions of charm and bottom quarks. Prell has used the CLEO, BaBar, ATLAS, and Belle/Belle II experiments to determine the properties of heavy hadrons and to search for physics beyond the standard model. He has investigated rare decays and studied time-dependent phenomena including neutral meson mixing and CP violation.


Unraveling D-Meson Mixing

The observation of neutral D mesons oscillating into their antiparticle partners provides constraints on new heavy particles that can’t be directly produced by high-energy colliders.     Read More »