Center for Neutrino Physics Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
In 2017, the National Science Foundation approved a proposal to run a Research Experience for Undergradutes (REU) site in the Virginia Tech physics department. The program ran for the first time in Summer 2019, and we are pleased to be running it for a fifth time in Summer 2023. Our physics faculty is engaged in a broad spectrum of research within neutrino physics, including electron/neutrino scattering experiments, the search for sterile neutrinos, phenomenology studies, long baseline optimization for DUNE and the study of neutrino spectrum from nuclear reactors and supernovae neutrino experiments and theory. In this rich intellectual environment, the REU students will have the opportunity to pursue independent and productive activities, guided by an established team of
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