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This is the home page of the Duke University high energy neutrino and cosmology group. On these pages you can find information about and for our group, along with general information about neutrino physics and cosmology.  We work in the Super-K, T2K, DUNE, COHERENT, SNEWS, HALO and LSST collaborations. Maybe you should join us!

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Recent Posts

Crystal Burgos defends senior thesis

Senior undergrad Crystal Burgos defended her senior thesis, “Quantifying Liquid Argon Neutrino Detector Sensitivity to Supernova Burst Neutrinos” and will graduate with distinction.  Nice job, Crystal, and congratulations!

  1. Gleb Sinev successfully defends Ph.D. thesis Comments Off on Gleb Sinev successfully defends Ph.D. thesis
  2. Joel Dai arrives Comments Off on Joel Dai arrives
  3. Baran Bodur passes prelim Comments Off on Baran Bodur passes prelim
  4. New COHERENT result in liquid argon Comments Off on New COHERENT result in liquid argon
  5. Duke neutrinos attend Magnificent CEvNS Comments Off on Duke neutrinos attend Magnificent CEvNS
  6. Nora Linzer’s triangulation paper is published Comments Off on Nora Linzer’s triangulation paper is published
  7. Duke neutrinos at DNP meeting in Crystal City Comments Off on Duke neutrinos at DNP meeting in Crystal City
  8. AJ takes job at Zapata Computing Comments Off on AJ takes job at Zapata Computing
  9. Erin and Baran win graduate fellowships Comments Off on Erin and Baran win graduate fellowships