Prof. Alexander Komives Receives National Science Foundation Grant for Research
August 4, 2004
August 4, 2004, Greencastle, Ind. - The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant of $265,139 to Alexander Komives, assistant professor of physics & astronomy at DePauw University, for "Development of an Apparatus to Measure the Electron-Anitneutrino Correlation in Free Neutron Beta Decay." Dr. Komives is collaborating with colleagues at Hamilton College, Indiana University and Tulane University. The three year project has been awarded a total of nearly $750,000.