Will Flanagan

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Texas at Austin

Neutrino physics...

sheds light on the fundamental nature of our universe by studying the ubiquitous yet diaphanous neutrino. Through detector R&D and simulation, our group supports efforts to measure the properties of neutrinos as they travel a few meters from a reactor core or hundreds of kilometers through the Earth's crust.




Current Work

Recent Talks

Latest Results from MINOS and MINOS+, Lake Louise Winter Institute, February 2016

ArgoNeuT and LArIAT: Status and Progress on Measurements Relevant for DUNE, International Workshop for the Next Generation Nucleon Decay and Neutrino Detector, October 2015

Supersymmetry Searches at the LHC using Vector Boson Fusion, Present and Future, CSU High Energy Physics and Particle Astrophysics Seminar, April 2014

My Mission

To expand our fundamental understanding and application of nature while supporting my peers and the next generation of particle physicists.