My Research on the SNO Experiment
SNO studies the rate, energy spectrum, and flavor composition of the solar neutrino flux.  In 2001, SNO discovered that ~60% of the solar electron-flavor neutrinos oscillate to muon- and tau-flavor neutrinos on their journey from the sun to the SNO detector in Sudbury, Ontario (above).  Since then, SNO has been exploring this fascinating phenomenon.  I work on the final phase of SNO, which seeks to measure the total solar 8B neutrino flux to an accuracy of a few percent, and specifically on simulating the neutron capture detector system.

SNO experiment (public pages here)
Solar neutrino flux predictions
MIT neutrino group 
my SNO electronic logbook