Super-K/T2K Reading List for Beginning Students
Here are suggestions for things to read for students beginning work in the Duke Neutrino Group.
- “Detecting Massive Neutrinos” by E. Kearns, T. Kajita and Y. Totsuka, Scientific American, August 1999
- “Neutrino Oscillations” by K. Kaneyuki and K. Scholberg, American Scientist, May-June 1999
- Popular-level book: “The Neutrino Hunters” by R. Jayawardhana
- A good non-technical book (although a bit out of date): The Elusive Neutrino by Nickolas Solomey
Atmospheric and Beam Neutrinos
- Super-K technical paper with all the Super-K I details
- Super-K physics overview paper by Chris Walter
- The original atmospheric neutrino oscillation paper
- Atmospheric neutrino analysis details
- The K2K neutrino oscillation paper
- Original T2K paper (a bit out of date, but still with useful stuff)
- Super-K publication list for more
- Roger Wendell’s thesis, based on the Super-K I-III atmospheric oscillation analysis.
- Josh Albert’s thesis, electron neutrino appearance analysis based on the T2K data through March 2011.
- Taritree Wongjirad’s thesis, muon neutrino disappearance in T2K
- Zepeng Li’s thesis, tau appearance in Super-K atmospheric neutrinos
- T2K experiment paper (details on all parts of the experimental setup)