Greetings, and thank you for taking time to read about me. My name is Brian Clark, and I am currently a fourth year Physics PhD student at The Ohio State University. My research interests presently focus on astroparticle physics; I work for Prof. Amy Connolly’s group which studies ultra-high energy radio neutrino astrophysics. Prof. Connolly’s group is an active member of the Center for Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics (CCAPP) research center at Ohio State. My current research is supported by the National Science Foundation through the Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
In 2014, I completed my undergraduate degree at Washington University in St. Louis, where I graduated with honors with a major in physics, and minors in math and economics. At WUSTL, my undergraduate research was focused on high energy x-ray astronomy. I worked closely with Dr. Henric Krawczynski’s group on simulations related to the x-ray polarimeter X-Calibur. For more information on my research interest and publications, please read my CV or visit my research page above.
I am originally from Bridgeton, MO, a small town in North St. Louis county. I attended Pattonville High School (Go Pirates!).