Catching Neutrinos! A detector for the T2K experiment
Dr Laura Kormos, Physics Department
Tuesday 15 December 2009, 0940-1005
Lecture Theatre 1, Management School Building
A few million neutrinos pass through every square centimeter of you every second leaving no trace. What does this tell us? Human beings are not very good neutrino detectors. So how do we detect neutrinos, why is it so difficult, what do we know about them, and why do we care?
Lancaster's involvement in the international T2K experiment is allowing us to further our
understanding of these elusive, fundamental particles.