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Professor Yannis Semertzidis (야니스)

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  • Position: Professor 
    Tel&office No: +82-42-350-2522 
    Fax: +82-42-350-2510 
    E-mail: yannis(at) 
    Education: 1990: University of Rochester/USA (Ph.D. in Physics)
    1987: University of Rochester/USA (M.A. in Physics)
    1985: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki/Greece (B.Sc. in Physics) 
    ResearchField: - Elementary Particle Physics and Particle Astrophysics 




  • Oct. 2013-Present:
  Director of the Center for Axion and Precision Physics Research (CAPP), of IBS, at the KAIST Campus, Daejeon, Korea and Professor of Physics, KAIST
  • September 2012 :
  Senior Scientist with Tenure, Department of Physics, BNL
  • May 2011:
  Lecturer at the Heilborn Symposium 2011, Northwestern University together with John Ellis of CERN, Paris Sphicas of CERN and University of Athens, and Laurie Littenberg of BNL: The year’s theme was: “The Three Frontiers of Particle Physics”.
  • Mar. 2000 – Present:
  Tenured Physicist at BNL.
  • 1997 – Feb. 2000:
  Physicist, Department of Physics, BNL.
  • 1995-1997:
  Associate Physicist, Department of Physics, BNL.
  • 1993-1995:
  Fellow, PPE Division, CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research, Switzerland).
  • 1992-1995:
  Assistant Physicist, Department of Physics, Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL), Upton, NY USA.
  • 1990-1992:
  Research Associate in Physics, University of Rochester





  • Elementary Particle Physics and Particle Astrophysics


§ Publications

1) rf Wien filter in an electric dipole moment storage ring: The partially frozen spin effect, William M. Morse, Yuri F. Orlov, and Yannis K. Semertzidis, Published 27 November 2013 (7 pages), Published in Phys.Rev.ST Accel.Beams 16 (2013) 114001 DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevSTAB.16.114001. Impact factor: 1.57. Selected as Editors choice.

2) Correcting systematic errors in high sensitivity deuteron polarization measurements, N.P.M. Brantjes et al., Nucl. Instrum. Meth. A664, 49-64, 2012, cited three times. Impact factor: 1.109.


3) Prospects for searching Axion-like Dark Matter Particles with Dipole, Toroidal, and

Wiggler Magnets, O.K. Baker et al., Physical Rev. D85, 035018, 2012

ePrint: arXiv:1110.2180 [phys.ins-det], cited 14 times. Number of co-authors: 7. Impact factor 4.964.


4) Search for a permanent EDM of charged particles using storage rings, Lee B. Roberts, James P. Miller and Yannis K. Semertzidis, Review article in Lepton dipole moments, Advanced series on directions in high energy physics, Lee B. Roberts and William J. Marciano eds., 2010, p. 655-682.

Number of co-authors: 2.


5) Azimuthal Charged-Particle Correlations and Possible Local Strong Parity Violation. STAR Collaboration (B.I. Abelev (Illinois U., Chicago) et al.). Sep 2009. 6 pp. Published in Phys. Rev. Lett. 103 (2009) 251601. e-Print: arXiv:0909.1739 [nucl-ex], cited 179 times. Impact factor: 7.328.


6) Improved limit on the muon electric dipole moment, G.W. Bennett et al., Physical Review D80, 052008, 2009. e-Print Archive: arXiv/0811.1207. Number of co-authors: 75, cited 42 times. Impact factor: 4.964


7) Flavour physics of leptons and dipole moments, M. Raidal et al., Eur.Phys.J. C57 (2008) 13-182.

e-Print: arXiv:0801.1826 [hep-ph], cited 180 times. Impact factor: 3.248.


8) Resonant method of electric-dipole-moment measurements in storage rings, Yuri F. Orlov, William M. Morse, Yannis K. Semertzidis, Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 214802, 2006.

e-Print: arXiv:0603175 [hep-ex], cited 41 times. Impact factor: 7.621. Number of coauthors:



9) A New Method of Measuring Electric Dipole Moments in Storage Rings, F.J.M. Farley et al., Physical Review Letters 93, 052001, 2004. Number of co-authors: 8, cited 81 times. Impact factor: 7.218.


10) Final Report of the Muon E821 Anomalous Magnetic Moment Measurement at BNL, G.W. Bennett et al., Physical Review D73, 072003, 2006. e-Print Archive: hepex/0602035. Number of co-authors: 75, cited 621 times. Impact factor: 4.964.


11) First results from the CERN Axion Solar Telescope (CAST), K. Zioutas et al., Physical Review Letters 94, 121301, 2005. e-Print Archive: hep-ex/0411033. Number of co-authors: 67, cited 248 times. Impact factor: 7.218.


12) Measurement of the Negative Muon Anomalous Magnetic Moment to 0.7 ppm, G.W. Bennett et al., Physical Review Letters 92, 161802, 2004. e-Print Archive: hepex/0401008. Number of co-authors: 61, cited 500 times. Impact factor: 7.218.


13) The Brookhaven Muon g-2 Storage Ring High Voltage Quadrupoles, Y.K. Semertzidis et al., N.I.M. A503, 458-484, 2003. Number of co-authors: 11, cited 20 times. Impact factor: 1.109.


14) New Laboratory Technique for Measuring the Photon Charge, Y.K. Semertzidis, G.T. Danby, and D.M. Lazarus, Physical Rev. D67, 017701, 2003. Cited 7 times. Impact factor: 4.964. Number of co-authors: 2.


15) Electro-optical measurements of pico-second bunch length of a 45 MeV electron beam,

T. Tsang et al., Journal of Applied Physics 89, 4921-4926, 1 May 2001. Impact factor:

2.128. Number of co-authors: 8.


16) Precise Measurement of the Positive Muon Anomalous Magnetic Moment H.N. Brown et al., Physical Review Letters 86 2227-2231, 2001. Number of co-authors: 67, cited 628 times. Impact factor: 6.668.


17) Sensitive search for a permanent muon electric dipole moment, Yannis K. Semertzidis et al., HIMUS Dec. 1998 proceedings KEK/Japan, cited 70 times.

e-Print: 001287 [hep-ph].


18) Measurement of the Spin-Dependent Structure Function g1p(x) of the Proton, D. Adams et al., Physics Letters B329, 399 (1994). Number of co-authors: 149, cited 518 times.


19) Search for Solar Axions, D. Lazarus et al., Physical Review Letters 69, 2333 (1992).

Number of co-authors: 6, cited 82 times. Impact factor: 7.621.


20) Limits on the Production of Scalar and Pseudo-scalar Particles, Y. Semertzidis et al., Physical Review Letters 64, 2988 (1990). Number of co-authors: 9, cited 40 times. Impact factor: 7.621.


21) Results of a Laboratory Search for Cosmic Axions and Other Weakly-Coupled Light Particles, W.U. Wuensch et al., Physical Review D40, 3153 (1989). Number of coauthors: 9, cited 95 times. Impact factor: 4.964.