Physicist; Tenured Faculty; and
Executive. Her research has spanned Nuclear; Particle; and
Collider (ILC, LHC, MC, SSC) physics (theory and phenomenology)
Nuclear Structure; within the framework of quasiparticle - vibration
coupling approach in the unified nuclear model.
Topological Solitons in Physics: Multiply Charged Magnetic Monopoles and Quantum
Chromodynamics. Non-linear Physics.
Flavor Physics; Rare Kaon Decay; Intermediate
Neutrino Cosmology; Neutrino Electron Scattering theory;
Muon Physics; Dark Matter.
Neutrino physics including Neutrino/ CP violation and
Very Long Baseline
Neutrino Experiment (LBNE) studies she started in 1998 that
envisioned sending a very intense neutrino beam through the
earth to a "far away", underground, large detector to
search for Physics Potentials for making Precision Measurements of all
Neutrino Oscillation Parameters, CP Violation, Proton Decay
and Natural Sources of Neutrinos such as Supernova;
LBNE; and DUNE.
Professor Parsa in addition to Teaching and Research, has
been: Author; Referee; Editor; Chair; Coordinator & organizer
of Physics Programs & Workshops;
E.g., Coordinator and organizer of the first US long term Particle & Accelerator
Research Program: “New Ideas for Particle – Accelerators”, at the Institute for
Theoretical Physics (ITP), Santa Barbara, California (July-December 1996).
Executive Science International LLC;
Team Leader of (US
State Department Funded) Projects with Former Nuclear Weapon
Chair & Organizer of BNL biweekly Particle & Accelerator Physics seminars (1987-1999); ..
Computer activities: Elected Chair/ Head of Digital Equipment
User Society Upton Section (12 years) Chair/ Head of BNL Computer Users Group;
(1986-1999); Editor of Manuals, Primers (VMS, Unix; IBM);
Member of Cyber Administration, ...