Mary Hall Reno - Research Interests

My research over the past fifteen years has concentrated on aspects of neutrino physics, generally in the high energy regime with astroparticle physics connections. In this schematic figure, neutrinos are produced in astrophysical sources and in the Earth's atmosphere. Aspects of muon interactions with matter are relevant to neutrino detection, as are oscillation effects for neutrinos in transit to the Earth, and in the Earth itself.

Much of my research is done with students and/or in collaboration with Prof. Ina Sarcevic at the University of Arizona.

Among my interests are:

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Recent students and their projects