John LoSecco

Notre Dame Physics | August 16, 2016

John Losecco

When the announcement was made this past year of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics, Notre Dame’s Professor John LoSecco was intimately familiar with both the winners and their prize-winning discoveries.

LoSecco had, in fact, played a key role in the discovery of one of the anomalies for which the Prize was shared and which had upended physicists’ view of one of the most mysterious particles in the universe – the neutrino.

LoSecco has now published his recollections of the events surrounded the discovering of the “atmospheric neutrino anomaly” in the journal Physics in Perspective.

Read more here.

 by Daily Domer Staff

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