Dr. Andrew John Norman is an associate scientist at Fermi National Accelerator Lab in the Scientific Computing Division. He leads the Data Management and Applications group which focuses developing tools for large scale analysis and management of high energy physics data.
He received his PhD from the College of William and Mary in Virginia where he worked on the measurement of rare decay modes of the long lived neutral kaon. He was a post doctoral research fellow at the University of Virginia where he worked on experiments in particle production, neutrino oscillations and charged flavor violation. His current research is focused on neutrino oscillations as part of the NOvA experiment at Fermilab and charged flavor violation as part of the Mu2e experiment. He works on the development of modern high speed data acquistion and triggering systems as well as advanced techniques for data analysis.