I caught the neutrino physics bug as an undergraduate student whilst on summer placement at CERN. One PhD and two post-doc positions later and I am still studying these elusive particles. I split my research time between the T2K experiment in Japan and the SNOplus experiment in Canada.


When not 2km underground wielding giant spanners, I like to spend my time relaxing with my family or halfway up a rock-face.

 



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The neutrino is a unique particle: its mass is tiny compared to the other fundamental particles, its interactions are so weak that billions pass through us each second with no effect, and perhaps most bizarrely, neutrinos exhibit a characteristic we call “oscillations” by which they change from one type to another.

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