Huey-Wen Lin

Research Assistant Professor

Department of Physics
University of Washington

Mail Box 351560
Seattle, WA 98195-1560

Voice: (206) 543-2897
Fax: (206) 685-9829

Email: hwlin@phys.washington.edu

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Res. Asst. Professor Huey-Wen Lin's research is mainly focused on applying lattice gauge theory to nonperturbative QCD problems. This includes precision calculation of low-energy nucleon matrix elements that can be used to assist in the search for TeV-scale particles, test fundamental symmetries, and compute dark-matter cross-sections. She also uses lattice gauge theory to study hadron spectroscopy, SU(3) symmetry breaking, nucleon spin structure and baryon (transition) form factors, two-photon decays, hadron-hadron interactions, and nuclear modification effects.