Alysia Marino

(a-lee-sha)
Associate Professor
Department of Physics
University of Colorado at Boulder
Boulder, CO 80309

Office: Duane Physics Room F435
Research Interests:
I am involved with the T2K long-baseline neutrino oscillation experiment in Japan. This experiment is producing a beam of muon neutrinos and sending them through Japan. We detect the neutrinos in a Near Detector, and 295 km away in the Super-Kamiokande Detector. T2K has observed the disappearance of muon neutrinos and the appearance of electron neutrinos. I'm also interested in measurements of neutrino interaction cross sections in the near detector.
I'm also part of effort to design and construct a future Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment in the US. To help better predict the neutrino fluxes in manmade beams like T2K and the LBNF beam for DUNE I am part of the the NA61/SHINE experiment at CERN.

Prior to T2K, I worked at Fermilab on the MINOS long-basline neutrino oscillation experiment. My dissertation research was on solar neutrino data from the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory
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Teaching:

  • Fall 2019 PHYS 2210 Classical Mechanics and Math Methods I
  • Spring 2019 PHYS 3210 Classical Mechanics and Math Methods II
  • Fall 2018 PHYS 2020 General Physics 2
  • Spring 2018 PHYS 3210 Classical Mechanics and Math Methods II
  • Fall 2017 PHYS 4430 Advanced Optics/Modern Physics Lab
  • Spring 2017 PHYS 7730 Particle Physics
  • Fall 2016 PHYS 1110 Physics 1
  • Spring 2015 PHYS 4430 Advanced Optics/Modern Physics Lab
  • Fall 2014 PHYS 2210 Classical Mechanics and Math Methods I
  • Spring 2014 PHYS 4420 Introduction to Particle and Nuclear Physics
  • Fall 2013 PHYS 3210 Classical Mechanics and Math Methods II
  • Spring 2013 PHYS 3340/4430 Advanced Optics/Modern Physics Lab
  • Fall 2012 PHYS 3210 Classical Mechanics and Math Methods II
  • Spring 2012 PHYS 1120 Physics 2
  • Fall 2011 PHYS 2210 Classical Mechanics and Math Methods I
  • Spring 2011 PHYS 1120 Physics 2
  • Fall 2010 PHYS 2210 Classical Mechanics and Math Methods I
  • Spring 2010 PHYS 1120 Physics 2
  • Spring 2009 PHYS 2010 General Physics 1

Prospective Graduate Students: Feel free to contact me if you are considering applying to Colorado for graduate school and are interested in experimental particle physics.
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Last modified July 2017