Monthly Archive: August 2016

Aug 16

NOvA Shines New Light on the Way that Neutrinos Behave

The latest NOvA results show indications that the muon and tau flavor states may not maximally mix and that the third neutrino mass state is dominated by one or the other. The result corresponds to about one sixth of NOvA’s expected data set. Data collected over the next year should firm up the measurement. The …

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Aug 10

Latest T2K Results May Hint at Matter over Anti-Matter Make up of the Universe

The T2K collaboration has released new results that may indicate neutrinos and anti-neutrinos oscillate differently. Two articles describing the exciting result can be found in ScienceDaily   and International Business Times. The T2K public website contains public information and T2K scientific publications.

Aug 09

CSU Neutrino Research Highlighted in Source

Prof. Walter Toki and Prof. Norm Buchanan are working on competing neutrino experiments, T2K and NOvA, respectively. New results from these experiments have been highlighted in recent headlines and in a recent CSU Source publication. Check it out!

Aug 09

Open Position: Physics Design and Technical Support

The High-Energy Physics group in the Department of Physics is seeking a engineer or physicist with demonstrated technical abilities in mechanical design, implementation, and testing. To view the position and/or apply see here.