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Baltimore, MD  21218-2686

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David E. Kaplan is a professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy of the Johns Hopkins University.  His primary research interests are in theoretical particle physics with particular focus on electroweak superconductivity and potentially related physics such as supersymmetry, new fundamental forces, extra dimensions and dark matter. He is also exploring connections between particle physics and cosmology.



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