Theory Postdoctoral Staff
Raul Briceno Theory Center Postdoctoral Staff Jefferson Lab 
Vita
 Born Caracas, Venezuela
 Received a B.A. in Physics from New College of Florida, Sarasota, FL, 20032007.
 Received a M.S. and PhD from the University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 20072013.
 PhD advisor: Martin Savage.
 Nathan Isgur Research Fellow, Jefferson Lab, 2016present
 Postdoctoral Fellow, Jefferson Lab, 20132016
 Postdoctoral Fellow, Old Dominion University, 20152016
Publications
 Complete list (inSpires)
 PhD dissertaion: On the Determination of Elastic and Inelastic Nuclear Observables from Lattice QCD
 Review articles:
 Fewbody physics on the lattice (inSpires)
 Nuclear reactions from lattice QCD (inSpires)
Research Interest
 Lowenergy nuclear/particle physics
 Lattice quantum chromodynamics(QCD): numerical evaluation of QCD on a discretized spacetime
 Effective field theories
 Fewbody physics: scattering/transitions amplitudes, form factors, spectroscopy, etc.
 Finite volume physics
Awards

Jefferson Science Associates (JSA) Postdoctoral Fellow  2015 (www)
(video of talk at JSA user group meeting, 2015)
Workshops Organized
 Nuclear reactions from lattice QCD (www), hosted by the Institute for Nuclear Theory
Some recent invited talks
 "Resonances and QCD", presented in INT workshop on "Nuclear Physics from Lattice QCD" (pdf) (video)
 MultiHadron and Nonlocal Matrix Elements in Lattice QCD" workshop, Brookhaven National Laboratory: Hadronic transition processes in a finite volume
 Southeastern Section of the American Physical Society 2014, University of South Carolina: The exotic frontiers of lattice QCD
 Plenary at Lattice 2014, Columbia University: Fewbody physics
 HUGS summer school lectures: Nuclear physics from lattice QCD
 Lattice QCD & strongly interacting fewbody systems (pdf) (video)
Outreach
 JLab Open House (2016): (poster)
 Richmond Science museum (2015): (slides)
 JLab Open House (2014): (poster)
Contact Information
Theory Center Jefferson Lab
12000 Jefferson Avenue,
Newport News, VA 23606
USA
phone:7572697804
email:rbriceno@jlab.org