“The Anatomy of a Neutrino Measurement”

Norm Buchanan

Colorado State University

Monday, October 18th at 4:00pm

The study of neutrinos is a major area of interest in particle physics. Currently operating accelerator-driven neutrino experiments, such as the NOvA experiment, are providing answers to some of the longstanding questions of how neutrinos mix between themselves, how they interact with matter, and what they might tell us about the universe. In this talk I will focus on aspects of making neutrino measurements, specifically measurements of neutrino-nucleus interactions. [Read more…]

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