Dr Laura Kormos

Senior Lecturer

Research Overview

Particle physics is inherently a fascinating area of research that underpins our understanding, such as it is, of the universe, from the mundane to the exotic: what's in it, what are the forces that bring different pieces together, what are the properties of both the forces and the particles. Within this kaleidoscope, the most elusive, and thus the least well-understood particle, is the neutrino. My work focuses on understanding neutrino properties and behaviour, from neutrino interaction cross sections, to neutrino flavour-changing or oscillations, to explorations of whether a neutrino is its own antiparticle.

Lancaster EPP Capital Bid 2016
01/01/2017 → 31/10/2017
Research

Lancaster Experimental Particle Physics Consolidated Grant 2015-2019
01/10/2015 → 30/09/2019
Research

STFC Capital Bid from the HEP Group to STFC 2015
01/10/2015 → 31/03/2016
Research

  • Experimental Particle Physics