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Neutrino Oscillation Studies using the DUNE Detector

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Project Description

DUNE, the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment is a long baseline neutrino experiment from Fermilab to Sanford Lab in the US. DUNE is a next generation neutrino experiment that will study the phenomenon of neutrino oscillations in unprecedented detail. This PhD project focusses on understanding the performance of the proposed liquid Argon far detector as well as working with teams in the US to develop reconstruction algorithms and calibration techniques for the detector. This PhD will offer extended periods of time (typically 6 to 12 months) of study at Fermilab.

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