12 Oct 2021



The elusive neutrinos are difficult to measure. The T2K experiment in Japan and DUNE experiment at Stanford investigates the properties of the neutrinos and ways to observe them.




The Neutrinos Group​ is involved in the DUNE and T2K experiments, as well as R&D for future long-baseline neutrino experiments.​

DUNE is a liquid argon neutrino oscillation experiments located in the Stanford Underground Research Facility (SURF). It has a wide physics program, but one of the main aims is to investigate, if neutrinos and antineutrinos behave the same.


T2K is a second generation long-baseline neutrino oscillation experiment. T2K has a wide physics program, but one of the main goals is to observe electron neutrino appearance in a muon neutrino beam and to measure the value of the 3rd mixing angle.

Hyper-Kamiokande is a future gigantic neutrinos detector to confront elementary particle unification theories and the mysteries of the Universe's evolution.

Muon Ionisation Cooling Experiment (MICE)  
MICE will establish the feasibility of muon accelerators to unlock nature's secrets hidden in the properties of the neutrino. 

Contact: Holin, Anna (STFC,RAL,PPD)