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Prof. Wilson visits government and university officials in the country of Georgia

In October 2019, the Georgian Deputy Minister of Education, Science, Culture and Sport, Giorgi Vashakidze  met with the heads of the DUNE experiment, including CSU’s Bob Wilson. The meeting was also attended by the Rector of Georgian Technical University, Archil Prangishvili, Director of GTU Institute of Quantum Physics and Engineering Technologies Arsen Khvedelidze and Deputy Director Prof. …

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ICARUS cryostat and detector finally reunited

ICARUS cryostat and detector finally reunited The CSU group is working to develop the cosmic ray tagger that will almost completely surround the two ICARUS T600 cryostats after installation at Fermilab.

Bob Wilson Elected Chair of the DUNE Collaboration

CSU professor Bob Wilson has been elected chair of the Institutional Board that oversees the 897-member Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) collaboration with scientists and engineers from 154 institutions in 29 countries.  He will also be a member of the Executive Committee, which is responsible for setting scientific and technical objectives and priorities of the …

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