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Jonathan Link

Director of the Center for Neutrino Physics
Associate Professor in the Department of Physics
at Virginia Tech

Center for Neutrino Physics
Department of Physics (0435)
Virginia Polytechnic Insitiute and State University
Blacksburg, VA 24061
tel.: (540)231-5321   fax: (540)231-7511
email: Jonathan.Link@vt.edu

Research Focus: Experimental particle physics with an emphasis on neutrino interactions and neutrino oscillations.


Education
B.S. with a major in physics from the University of California, Davis (1993)
M.S. in physics from the University of California, Davis (1996)
Ph.D. in physics from the University of California, Davis (2001)
Courses Taught
Foundations of Physics (Phys2305 & Phys2306)
Seminar for Physics Majors (Phys2326)
Modern Experimental Physics (Phys4315 & Phys4316)
Nuclear and Particle Physics (Phys4504 & Phys5504)
Advanced Particle Physcics (Phys6725 & Phys6726)
In the News
Article in Science Magazine on a workshop I co-orginized:
The Sterile Neutrino: Fertile Concept or Dead End? (October 2011)
Article in VT Research Magazine on my research:
Everything Under the Sun (Winter 2008)
Article in College of Science Magazine on my research:
Virginia Tech Scientists Help Clarify the Mystery of Sterile Neutrinos (Fall 2007, page 10)
Inside Virginia Tech radio spot:
Originally aired during halftime of the Duke-VT football game(MP3) (October 13, 2007)


Collaborations and Experiments
  1. Source Oscillation experiment at BoreXino (SOX) (active since 2012)
  2. Long Baseline Neutrino Experiemnt (LBNE) (active since 2009)
  3. Daya Bay Reactor neutrino experiment in Daya Bay China (active since 2006) (VT group) (Main Daya Bay Site)
  4. LENS Low Energy Neutrino Spectroscopy (active since 2006)
    Including LENS-Sterile
  5. Braidwood Reactor neutrino experiment at the Braidwood reactor in Illinois (2004-2006)
  6. MiniBooNE Short Baseline Neutrino Oscillations to test LSND (active since 2001)
  7. FOCUS Photoproduction of Charmed particles (1995-2001+)
  8. H1 High energy proton electron scattering experiment at DESY (1993-1995)
Professional Organizations and Activities Select Papers

Talks


Questions? Comments? Contact Jonathan Link.