My Research on the MiniBooNE Experiment
MiniBooNE is a neutrino oscillation experiment searching for evidence of a new particle, the sterile neutrino, via its participation in muon-flavor to electron-flavor neutrino oscillations.  In 2007 MiniBooNE announced first oscillation results, which rule out the simplest sterile neutrino oscillation scenarios.  The MiniBooNE detector, shown above, is located on the Booster neutrino beam line at Fermilab.   My PhD thesis work on MiniBooNE focused on a combined oscillation analysis using muon- and electron-flavor neutrino data.

MiniBooNE experiment (public pages here)
Columbia University Neutrino Group
My PhD thesis
MiniBooNE in the News