picture Dr. Antonio Boveia
Assistant Professor, Physics Department
The Ohio State University
3056 Physics Research Building
191 W. Woodruff Ave
Columbus, OH 43210

@CERN: Bt 1-1-56

Email at OSU: boveia.1 or at CERN: antonio.boveia

My c.v. and publications.


I and my research group study what the universe is made of and the physics of how those fundamental pieces interact with each other. Since 2009, I've been a part of the ATLAS Experiment at the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Geneva, Switzerland. My group uses the LHC's high-energy collisions to search for new particles and forces of nature. Recently, we are most interested in how the LHC could provide a laboratory to learn about dark matter.

My research group is part of the overall OSU ATLAS group and affiliated with Ohio State's Center for Cosmology and Astro Particle Physics. We are

  • Antonio Boveia (head of the group)
  • Emma Tolley (postdoctoral researcher)
  • Natalie Harrison (graduate student)
  • Bryan Reynolds (graduate student)
  • Boyu Gao (undergraduate student)
  • Ari Josephson (undergraduate student)
  • Sam Roberts (undergraduate student)

Research Projects

Here are some of the things we have worked on.


Here are some of our recent publications.


Here are some of our recent talks.