Physics and Astronomy
Professor, Wayne State University, 2004-Present
Associate Professor, Wayne State University, 1998-2004
Assistant Professor, Wayne State University, 1993-98
Assistant Professor (Research), Wayne State University, 1992-93
Research Associate, McGill University, 1989-91
Research Associate, Chalk River Nuclear Laboratories, 1987-89
Research interest(s)/area of expertise
- Particle Physics
- High energy nuclear physics
- Data Analysis Techniques
- Probability and Statistics
- B.S. Physics, Universite Laval (Quebec City)
- M.Sc. Physics, Universite Laval (Quebec City)
- Ph.D. Physics, Universite Laval (Quebec City)
Awards and grants
- Board of Governors Faculty Recognition Awards, 2019
- Research funded by the US Department of Energy/Nuclear Science Office
- Fellowship FCAR (Quebec), 1986
- Fellowship National Sciences and Engineering Research Council (Ph.D.), 1984-1986
- Fellowship National Sciences and Engineering Research Council (M. Sc.), 1983-1984
- Wayne State University, College of Science Teaching Award 2003.
- Wayne State University 2006 President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching
- Nominated for the Michigan President Council Excellence in Teaching award (2007)
- Richard J. Barber Faculty/Staff Recognition Award, Department of Physics (2009)
- A. Claude A. Pruneau, Data Analysis Techniques for Physical Scientists, Published Fall 2017, Cambridge University Press.
- A. Seeds, Backman, Pruneau, Foundations of Astronomy, 3rd Edition, Wayne State Special Edition with 3 chapters from future book Exploring Astronomy; Book used in AST2010 (2016).
- B. Seeds, Backman, Pruneau, Foundations of Astronomy, 2nd Edition, Wayne State Special Edition with 3 chapters from future book Exploring Astronomy; Book used in AST2010 (2014).
- C. Seeds, Backman, Pruneau, Foundations of Astronomy, Wayne State Special Edition with 3 chapters from future book Exploring Astronomy; Book used in AST2010 (2013).
Research Papers (Selected)
- J. Adam et al. [ALICE Collaboration], “Non-Flow and Flow studies with differential transverse momentum and number density correlations in p-Pb and Pb-Pb at LHC,” Submitted to PRC. PAs: Pujahari, Pruneau, Dobrin, Voloshin
- Claude Pruneau and Alice Ohlson, “Differential Correlation Measurements with the Identity Method," PRC (March 2018).
- J. Adam et al. (ALICE Collaboration) Claude Pruneau, Prabhat Pujahari, Alex Dobrin, S. Voloshin, J. Adam et al. [ALICE Collaboration], “Flow dominance and factorization of transverse momentum correla- tions in Pb-Pb collisions at the LHC,” Phys. Rev. Lett. 118, 162302 (21 April 2017) [arXiv:1702.02665 [nucl-ex]].
- C. Pruneau, “Identity Method Reexamined," Phys. Rev. C 96, 054902 (November 2017).
- J. Adam et al. [ALICE Collaboration], “Higher harmonic flow coefficients of identi- fied hadrons in Pb-Pb collisions at √sNN = 2.76 TeV,” arXiv:1606.06057 [nucl-ex]. Submitted to JHEP. Collaboration Review.Pruneau
- J. Adam et al. [ALICE Collaboration], “Evolution of the longitudinal and az- imuthal structure of the near-side jet peak in Pb-Pb collisions at √sNN = 2.76 TeV,” arXiv:1609.06667 [nucl-ex]. Submitted to PRC. Collaboration Review.Pruneau
- C. Pruneau, “The Multiple Facets of Correlation Functions,” Proc. Indian Natl. Sci. Acad. 81, no. 1, 40 (2015). doi:10.16943/ptinsa/2015/v81i1/48049
- Charged jet cross sections and properties in proton-proton collisions at s = 7 TeV, S. Prasad, C. A. Pruneau, [ALICE Collaboration], Phys. Rev. D 91 (2015) 11, 112012.
- Correcting Correlation Function Measurements, S. Ravan, P. Pujahari, S. Prasad and C. A. Pruneau, arXiv:1311.3915 [nucl-ex] 10.1103/PhysRevC.89.024906 Phys. Rev. C 89, 024906 (2014).
- Evolution of the differential transverse momentum correlation function with centrality in Au+Au collisions at sqrtsNN = 200 GeV, H. Agakishiev et al. [STAR Collaboration], arXiv:1106.4334 [nucl-ex], Phys. Lett. B 704 , 467 (2011).
- Longitudinal dependence of two-particle momentum correlations from NEXSPHE- RIO model, M. Sharma, C. Pruneau, S. Gavin, J.Takahashi, R. D. de Souza and T. Kodama, arXiv:1107.3587 [nucl-th], Phys. Rev. C 84 , 054915 (2011).
- Studies of di-jet survival and surface emission bias in Au+Au collisions via angu- lar correlations with respect to back-to-back leading hadrons, H. Agakishiev et al. [STAR Collaboration], arXiv:1102.2669 [nucl-ex], Phys. Rev. C 83 , 061901 (2011).
- AST510 Galactic Astrnomy
- PHY3100: Sounds of Musics (Physics of Sound and Music)
- AST5100: Galactic Astronomy
- AST2100: Descriptive Astrnomy
- PHY 68540: Modern Physics Laboratory
- PHY 7200: Advanced Classical Mechanics
- PHY 5200: Classical Mechanics
- PHY 3300: Modern Physis
- PHY 3100: Sounds of Music (Physics of Sound and Music)
- PHY 2130/2140/2170/2180: General Physics (w/ and w/o Calculus)
- Special topics in Data Analysis Techniques
Up to date citation index here
553 papers found, 542 of them citeable (published or arXiv)
Citation summary results Citeable papers Published only
Total number of papers analyzed: 542, 501
Total number of citations: 54,288 53,597
Average citations per paper: 100.2 107.0
Breakdown of papers by citations:
Renowned papers (500+) 18, 18
Famous papers (250-499) 32, 32
Very well-known papers (100-249) 102, 101
Well-known papers (50-99) 95, 91
Known papers (10-49) 174 167
Less known papers (1-9) 97 88
Unknown papers (0) 24 4
hHEP index [?] 125, 124
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