Jeffrey Filippini
Ph.D. 2008

Office: 333 LeConte Hall
Phone: (510) 643-3279


After graduating from faraway Harvard with a bachelor's in Chemistry and Physics, Jeff joined the Sadoulet group in 2003. His primary focus is on data analysis for the recent and ongoing CDMS data runs at Soudan, particularly on statistical methods for surface event rejection and event reconstruction. Jeff also has interests in the complementary relationships between astrophysical and collider searches for supersymmetric dark matter. He's spent countless happy hours wrestling with the mysteries of semiconductor detectors and dilution refrigerators at Berkeley and Soudan, but he doesn't get down to the lab as much as he should anymore.

His poor excuse for a personal website may be found here, including his CV.

Jeff completed his doctorate in December 2008. He is now a Moore Postdoctoral Fellow at Caltech.

Recent projects

  • Analysis of the first 5-Tower runs of CDMS II at Soudan (2006-2007) arXiv:0802.3530
  • Complementarity of direct, indirect and collider searches for supersymmetric dark matter
  • Spin-dependent WIMP-nucleon interactions arXiv:astro-ph/0509269
  • Writing his dissertation...