Sally Seidel
Professor of Physics

Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of New Mexico
MSC07 4220
210 Yale Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87131
Phone: 505-277-2087
Fax: 505-277-1520
Office: Room 3248


I presently work on the ATLAS experiment in high energy physics.

I am also a member of the RD42, DRD3, CPAD-RDC3, and CDF Collaborations.

My research interests involve using the LHC to search for new physics processes, and developing semiconductor tracking detectors.

Biographical information

Principal publications. My other publications with CDF, ATLAS, RD50, ARGUS, and IMB may be found on Inspirehep.
Conference presentations and proceedings
Colloquia, seminars, and invited lectures
Review paper: "A Review of Design Considerations for the Sensor Matrix in Semiconductor Pixel Detectors for Tracking in Particle Physics Experiments" (NIM A 465 (2001) 267-296).
Review paper: "Silicon Strip and Pixel Detectors for Particle Physics Experiments" (Phys. Rep. 828 (2019) 1-34.)