New Member in the Neutrinos group
May 11, 2022Neutrinos Group
Balint Radics has just joined the Neutrinos group as a María de Zambrano Postdoc researcher.
Balint is an expert in neutrino physics and currently an established member of several international neutrino research collaborations. He worked in ETH Zurich university during 2016-2022 as a postdoctoral researcher contributing to two Neutrino experiments: T2K and DUNE. In the T2K project, he directly contributed to the T2K neutrino experiment’s Oscillation Analysis group efforts. In the DUNE experiment, he explored new Machine Learning possibilities to enhance the sensitivity for future proton-decay searches, which has strong synergies with the T2K experiment.
Welcome to IFAE, Balint!
New Medical Physics paper
January 26, 2022
The IFAE Neutrino Group in collaboration with research groups from Birmingham and Geneva published a feasibility study about a calorimeter for proton CT applications in “Physics in Medicine & Biology (PMB) “: “A novel range telescope concept for proton CT”.
New Neutrinos group paper
January 19, 2022
“A 4π time-of-flight detector for the ND280/T2K upgrade” by Thorsten Lux and collaborators has been published in Journal of Instrumentation.