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HEP Seminars

28 Mar 2015

UCL HEP Seminars

Seminars are generally held at 4pm on Fridays in room A1 on the top floor of the physics department

A calendar of all seminars in the Physics Department is available on the Physics Events Calendar page.
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Please send suggestions for topics and/or speakers to Andreas Korn and Patrick Motylinski.

Upcoming Seminars

10/04/2015 Cheryl Patrick (NorthWestern)

Neutrino-nucleus interactions at MINERvA

Fermilab's MINERvA experiment is designed to make precision measurements of neutrino scattering cross sections on a variety of materials. After introducing the MINERvA detector, I will explain why these measurements are so important to the current neutrino program. I will then describe several recently published results that are already being used by the neutrino community to improve their modelling of neutrino interactions, focusing particularly on the quasi-elastic analysis. There will also be a chance to look at interesting analyses that will be published in the coming months, and at the plans for MINERvA's longer-term future.