I'm a physicist with a weak spot for neutrinos and (real Italian) pizza.

Linda at X-MASS Linda in Kyoto Linda at PoS

My name is Linda Cremonesi and I am an experimental particle physicist at University College London. My main scientific interest is in neutrino physics. I spent the years of my PhD working on the T2K and Hyper-Kamiokande experiments (being a current and future long-baseline neutrino experiments in Japan). Currently I am looking for Ultra High Energy neutrinos (and cosmic rays) in Antarctica collaborating with the ANITA and ARA experiments. Navigate through the top bar to find out more!

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Bits and bobs

ANITA

Looking for ultra high energy neutrinos in Antarctica with the ANITA and ARA experiments.

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T2K

Neutrino oscillations and cross-sections at T2K and Hyper-Kamiokande.

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Talking about the latest scientific discoveries to the general public at the pub!

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3 minutes to explain our latest results at the Vienna 2015 Physics Slam.

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