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Yoichiro Nambu grad student 1978 Chicago
 (Confinement and massless fermions in two dimensions)


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Peter B. Arnold grad student
Mary Hall Reno grad student 1985 Stanford
Glenn Starkman grad student 1984-1988 Stanford
Schuyler A. Cullen grad student 2000 Stanford
Puneet Batra grad student 2004 Stanford
Peter W. Graham grad student 2007 Stanford
Asimina Arvanitaki grad student 2008 Stanford
Surjeet Rajendran grad student 2009 Stanford
Jason Hogan grad student 2010 Stanford
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Arvanitaki A, Dimopoulos S, Van Tilburg K. (2016) Sound of Dark Matter: Searching for Light Scalars with Resonant-Mass Detectors. Physical Review Letters. 116: 031102
Dimopoulos S, Howe K, March-Russell J, et al. (2015) Auto-concealment of supersymmetry in extra dimensions Journal of High Energy Physics. 2015
Dimopoulos S, Howe K, March-Russell J. (2014) Maximally natural supersymmetry. Physical Review Letters. 113: 111802
Dimopoulos S, Graham PW, Hogan J, et al. (2014) General relativity, atom interferometry, and gravitational wave detection Atom Interferometry. 188: 237-337
Dimopoulos S, Thomas S. (2013) The anthropic principle, dark energy and the LHC Universe or Multiverse?. 211-218
Arvanitaki A, Craig N, Dimopoulos S, et al. (2013) Mini-split Journal of High Energy Physics. 2013: 1-25
Antoniadis I, Arvanitaki A, Dimopoulos S, et al. (2012) Phenomenology of TeV little string theory from holography. Physical Review Letters. 108: 081602
Craig N, Dimopoulos S, Gherghetta T. (2012) Split families unified Journal of High Energy Physics. 2012
Dimopoulos S, Kitsara M, Goustouridis D, et al. (2011) A chemocapacitive sensor array system for gas sensing applications Sensor Letters. 9: 577-583
Dimopoulos S, Graham PW, Hogan JM, et al. (2011) Reply to "comment on 'Atomic gravitational wave interferometric sensor'" Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology. 84
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