Today at Berkeley Lab

Alan Clark, Former Lab Senior Scientist, Dies at 78 

Alan Roderick Clark — who worked on experiments at the Bevatron, Fermilab, and SLAC that later enabled the first observations of the top quark and charmed particles produced by muons — died after a short illness on Jan. 29 at age 78. More>


  1. I worked with Alan on the BaBar detector as part of the AToM integrated circuit test project for the silicon vertex detector readout. Alan was a kind and broadly knowledgeable scientist. It was a pleasure to work with him.

    Amanda Krieger