PIERRE SIKIVIE





Distinguished Professor of Physics

Department of Physics, University of Florida.

Licencié en Sciences Physiques, Université de Liège, Belgium.

Ph.D. 1975, Yale University, USA.

Research Interests: particle physics and cosmology, axion physics, Casimir forces, galactic halo formation, dark matter searches

Email address: sikivie@phys.ufl.edu

Mailing Address: Physics Department, University of Florida Gainesville, FL 32611

Office: 2063 New Physics Building

Phone: (352) 392 1923

FAX: (352) 392 8743

Curriculum Vitae (pdf)

BioSketch (pdf)

IRAS maps of the Galactic plane showing a triangular feature.

Gaia skymap of the Milky Way showing two triangular features at nearly symmetric locations with respect to the galactic center.

Talk (pdf)

Beijing online seminar (April 15, 2021) (pdf)

Interview by David Zierler, Oral Historian of the American Institute of Physics (pdf)



relax2a2.f fortran code to simulate an empty axially symmetric cavity.

relax2a6.f fortran code to simulate an axially symmetric cavity with simple post.

relax2a7.f fortran code to simulate an axially symmetric cavity with post and disk.

relax2a8.f fortran code to simulate an axially symmetric cavity with post and stub.

relax2a9.f fortran code to simulate an axially symmetric cavity with two posts, one on the left and one on the right.