Matthew P. Green – Assistant Professor

Dr. Green earned his PhD from Stanford University in 2010.  Following graduation he was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill until 2013, when he was appointed a Wigner Fellow at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL).  Dr. Green joined the faculty at NC State in the Fall of 2015, in a joint appointment with ORNL.

Graduate Students:

Alex Fullmer joined the group in the Spring of 2016.  He is working on the Majorana Demonstrator Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay (0) experiment, and R&D efforts toward a next-generation Germanium-based 0 experiment.

mt mitchell guitarKeith Mann joined the group in the Summer of 2016.  He is working on the deployment of an array of High-Purity Germanium detectors at Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Spallation Neutron Source for the purpose of detecting Coherent Elastic Neutrino-Nuclear Scattering (CEvNS)



Undergraduate Students:


Ethan Blalock is an NCSU undergraduate who joined the group in the Spring of 2016.  With our group he has performed Monte Carlo simulations of the Majorana Demonstrator Module vacuum systems, and is currently simulating alpha radiation backgrounds in the Majorana Demonstrator .



Dr. Green is seeking talented graduate and undergraduate students who are interested in building experiments to study the properties of neutrinos!