Hall B Scientific Staff Bios

Valery Kubarovsky

Valery Kubarovsky joined Jefferson Lab in 2007 as Hall-B scientist and adjunct professor of physics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. At JLab he served as a spokesperson on a number of the photoproduction and electroproduction experiments. He was involved in several large hardware projects employing Cherenkov counters, electromagnetic calorimeters, magnetic spectrometers, data acquisition systems and trigger developments. Valery received his Ph.D. from the Institute for High Energy Physics in 1977 after graduation from the Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology - the top Russian University for research scientists. He holds the degree of Doctor of Science in experimental high-energy physics (approximately equivalent to Full Professor of Physics in USA). Before coming to JLab he performed particle and nuclear physics research at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, CERN, Brookhaven National Laboratory, and IHEP (Russia). Valery has close connections with JLab associated Universities and mentors doctoral candidates, college students and postdocs in the field of experimental nuclear physics. Valery contributes to the CLAS upgrade and is the Hall B lead of the Ring Imaging Cherenkov detector project and participates in the design of the HTCC. He is spokesperson of several experiments with CLAS12. Valery authored more than 160 papers in refereed journals.