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Daniël Boer appointed Associate Professor in Theoretical Subatomic Physics

01 March 2011
Daniël Boer
Daniël Boer
On 1 February 2011, KVI-scientist Daniël Boer was appointed Associate Professor (adjunct-hoogleraar) in Theoretical Subatomic Physics.
Boer (1969) studied physics at Utrecht University. He worked as a FOM PhD student at the National Institute for Nuclear and High-Energy Physics (NIKHEF) and gained his PhD from VU University Amsterdam with a thesis entitled Azimuthal Asymmetries in Hard Scattering Processes (1998). He then went on to work as a postdoc for the Brookhaven National Labratory (US) and as a KNAW fellow and Assistant Professor at VU University Amsterdam. Boer has been at KVI since 2009.
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