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Dean Karlen, University of Victoria and TRIUMF

T2K: Investigating Nature’s Ghostly Particles, The Neutrinos

Host: Jim Brau

Abstract: T2K is the name of an experiment in Japan that has been studying the most mysterious of fundamental particles – the neutrinos. An intense beam of neutrinos are sent through the ground towards the gigantic SuperKamiokande detector, almost 200 miles away. Some of the neutrinos interact inside the detector and reveal a change in their identity. These measurements have established that there is complete mixing of


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2014 Physics Student Awards

Congratulations to the undergraduate physics majors and physics graduate students who received annual departmental awards! Go here for the list.

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DoE Early Career Award for Stephanie Majewski

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