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Dr Jaroslaw Nowak FHEA

Lecturer

Jaroslaw Nowak

Lancaster University

Physics Building

LA1 4YB

Lancaster

Tel: +44 1524 592743

Research overview

My research interests are focused on neutrino physics: resonance excitations and pion production in neutrino-nucleus interactions; Nuclear effects in neutrino scattering; Hadron production in the neutrino scattering on free and bound nucleons; Neutrino magnetic moment search; Discrete symmetry violation. I am currently working on the T2K (Tokai to Kamioka) long-baseline neutrino experiments, on future Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE), and on the Short Baseline Neutrino (SBN) programme as a member of two experiments (SBND and MicroBooNE).  I am also interested in the development of neutrino Monte Carlo generator, and I was a primary author of NuWro generator and contributed to GENIE and Nuance generators. 

PhD supervision

I am always looking for enthusiastic candidates for PhD project. A couple of ideas for projects I am planning to run in the next few years are at: http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/physics/research/particle-and-accelerator-physics/experimental-particle-physics/#d.en.349067

Current Teaching

Phys105 Quantum Physics

Phys131 IT Skills

Phys281 Scientific Programming and Modelling Project

Phys367 Flavour Physics

 

PhD Supervisions Completed

Dr Iain Lamont -  Neutrino Interaction Cross-section Ratios Measured with the T2K Near Detector

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