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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, Hyper-K, SNEWS, HALO and LSST collaborations. Maybe you should join us!

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Summer students 2017

This year’s summer students are almost all here:  Duke students John Franklin Crenshaw, Newton Kwan, Ji Won Park, Eric Segerberg, and TQ Zhang, TUNL REU student Cynthia Nunez from Florida, NCSSM student Enzo Niebuhr, and incoming grad student Adryanna Smith.  Welcome all!

John Franklin Crenshaw Undergraduate Student

John Franklin CrenshawUndergraduate Student

Newton Kwan Undergraduate Student

Newton KwanUndergraduate Student

Enzo Niebuhr Visiting Student

Enzo NiebuhrVisiting Student

Cynthia Nunez Visiting Undergraduate Student

Cynthia NunezVisiting Undergraduate Student

 Adryanna Smith Graduate Student

Adryanna Smith Graduate Student

 Tianqing Zhang Undergraduate Student

Tianqing ZhangUndergraduate Student

 Eric Segerberg Undergraduate Student

Eric Segerberg Undergraduate Student

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  2. Neutrino & Cosmology Group undergrads present posters Comments Off on Neutrino & Cosmology Group undergrads present posters
  3. Ji Won successfully defends senior thesis Comments Off on Ji Won successfully defends senior thesis
  4. AJ Roeth wins Goldwater Comments Off on AJ Roeth wins Goldwater
  5. Zepeng Li Passes Ph.D. Thesis Defense Comments Off on Zepeng Li Passes Ph.D. Thesis Defense
  6. Justin Raybern receives SCGSR award Comments Off on Justin Raybern receives SCGSR award
  7. Duke group members participate in second Supernova Hack Days at Fermilab Comments Off on Duke group members participate in second Supernova Hack Days at Fermilab
  8. Justin Raybern passes prelim Comments Off on Justin Raybern passes prelim
  9. Josh Albert returns and gives seminar Comments Off on Josh Albert returns and gives seminar