Jiji Fan Assistant Professor of Physics

JiJi Fan works on particle theories, in particular, beyond Standard Model theories such as Higgs phenomenology, supersymmetry, dark matter models and signatures. 

Fan received her Ph. D degree in theoretical particle physics from Yale University in 2009. Then she worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Princeton University for three years and at Harvard University for one year. She moved to Brown University in 2015 as as assistant professor after spending two years as an assistant professor at Syracuse University. 

Brown Affiliations

research overview

Beyond Standard Model theories such as Higgs phenomenology, supersymmetry, dark matter models and signatures.