Young-Kee Kim is the Deputy Director of Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and a Louis Block Professor of Physics at the University of Chicago. As an experimental particle physicist, Young-Keeâs research focuses on understanding the origin of mass for fundamental particles. Since July 2006, she has served as Deputy Director of Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. In this role, she leads and manages development and implementation of the particle physics strategic plan at Fermilab. She previously served as co-spokesperson for the CDF experiment at Fermilabâs Tevatron, a premier particle physics experiment with more than 600 physicists from around the world. Young-Kee earned a Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Rochester, and a B.S. and M.S. in Physics from Korea University. Her postdoctoral research was completed at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. In 2005, Young-Kee received the Ho-Am Prize, Koreaâs award given to âthose who have made outstanding contributions to the development of science and culture, and enhancement of the welfare of mankindâ, and the Guk-Min Po-Sang from the South Korean government in 2008 for her contributions to science and community.
Read her full story at energy.gov/diversity/articles/women-energy-young-kee-kim
June 3, 2014
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