Professor, Royal Holloway University of London; Physics and Sensing Team Member, SQMS
Jocelyn Monroe joined the RHUL Physics Department in 2011, founding the Dark Matter & Neutrino research group within the Centre for Particle Physics. From 2009 she was an Assistant Professor in the MIT Physics Department. From 2006-09 she was a Pappalardo Fellow in MIT’s Laboratory for Nuclear Science, working on the SNO solar neutrino oscillation experiment and as a founding member of the DMTPC project. Monroe earned her Ph.D. from Columbia University in 2006, where her dissertation research was on the MiniBooNE accelerator neutrino oscillation experiment. From 1999-2000, she was an Engineering Physicist at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, where her research was on the physics of muon beam cooling. Monroe earned her B.A. in Astrophysics from Columbia University in 1999.