Research on Neutrino Physics
These are the proceedings to my talk in Monterey. Also, the raw latex for the file, and the 1 figure.
The actual talk covered many more topics (mostly failed search techniques!).
Neutrino Factory Study Work
This is the reference to the "Stark Deccelerator".
The following is slightly dated:
- Unedited, short version of my magnetic moment writeup. Now in a full-group edit, so this version will change.
Full write up of my neutrino magnetic moment studies, and the requisite hacked version for those with older software and systems. Date for version 1: 3/8/00.
Slides from my talk on neutrino magnetic moment searches. Presented Feb 17, 2000, at the "two-day meeting" of the neutrino factory study group. Here's a hacked version for people that can't read the first one.
Copies of the Non-Osc Working Group meeting slides Jan 25, 2000. This is the same talk as the first half of the talk given in the two-day meeting. You will find this version to be dated and lacking of much info by comparison.
Select postscript or Powerpoint. Sorry, the postscript is landscape, so you can't read it easily unless you print it.
In case the first postscript fails in your printer, here is a hacked version. Sorry, best I can do.
Archive (very old work)
Here is my very first foray into neutrino physics. This Paper (with committee comments) is a review of the state of the field, as of early 1997, so it is now showing its age; it deals primarily with neutrino oscillations yet predates the SuperK discovery of same. I wrote this while still a grad student, so I hope you will pardon any excessive exhuberance you might detect...
Warning: This .ps file was made from a Microsoft Word .prn file. Be patient when viewing. If you move to the next page before the current one finishes updating, Ghostview will crash on every subsequent figure. Page 9 is especially slow.