Gordan Krnjaic

Assistant Professor
Associate Scientist, Fermilab


Ph.D., Physics, Johns Hopkins University


My research focuses on theoretical particle physics and cosmology beyond the standard model. Recently I have developed new experiments and search strategies to discover dark matter and hidden forces in non-traditional settings including electron beam dump fixed-target experiments and neutrino factories. I also build models of new physics at the electroweak-scale motivated both by naturalness and upcoming searches at the Large Hadron Collider.