Wayne State University, Department of Physics and Astronomy
Thursday 19 November 1998
MINOS - a Neutrino Link from Illinois to Minnesota
Stanely Wojcicki, Stanford University
This seminar will discuss first the current situation in neutrino
physics with special emphasis on the recently reported evidence for neutrino
oscillations from studies of neutrinos in cosmic rays. Subsequently I will
describe the proposed long baseline oscillation program in United States,
which is focused on a new neutrino facility at Fermilab (NuMI) and a new
detector in the Soudan mine 730 km away (MINOS).
Colloquium starts at 16:00 in Room 245 and lasts about 1 hour
including questions. Refreshements are served at 15:30 in room 245.