Experimental Neutrino Physics Group
The experimental neutrino physics group is involved in three experiments around the world, described below. Our research involves the study of fundamental subatomic particles called neutrinos. In particular our current research focuses on the flavor oscillations of neutrinos using accelerator-generated neutrino beams. We have active efforts on detector hardware and data analysis for these projects.
Prospective graduate students: Please contact Profs. Marino and Zimmerman if you are interested in any of these projects.
The Neutrino Physics group is pictured here in July 2017.
Current Group Members
- Faculty: Alysia Marino and Eric D. Zimmerman
- Postdocs: Andrew Cudd and Yoshikazu Nagai
- PhD Students: Kyle Allison, Michael Reh, and Brant Rumberger
- Undergraduate Students: Brandon Korb, Ethan Myers, and Aaron Mutchler