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Professor Jaroslaw Nowak FHEA

Professor of Particle Physics

Jaroslaw Nowak

Physics Building

LA1 4YB

Lancaster

Tel: +44 1524 592743

Research overview

My research interests are in particle physics, and some of the current topics I investigate are: 

  • Resonance excitations and pion production in neutrino-nucleus interactions.
  • Hyperon production in neutrino interactions. 
  • Nuclear effects in neutrino scattering.
  • Neutrino magnetic moment search.
  • Search for Dark Matter. 

My research-related activities are 

  • Development of simulation software for neutrino interaction (leading author on NuWro generator and contributor of the resonance production model for the GENIE and NUANCE generators)

 

  • Development, construction and installation of particle physics detectors (current: DUNE, SBND and DarkSide-20k. Past: NOvA, SMRD, HPTPC)

 

I am a member of DUNE, SBND, MicroBooNE and DarkSide-20k experiments. 

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

Phys311 Particle Physics

Academic Advisor

Equal Opportunities & Disabilities Officer

Chair of the Nuclear & Particle Physics Theme Group

PhD Supervisions Completed

  • Dr Alesha Devitt - A Measurement of Single Charged Pion Production in MicroBooNE
  • Dr Adam Lister -  Constraint of Systematic Uncertainties in an Electron Neutrino Search Using Muon Neutrinos at MicroBooNE
  • Dr Iain Lamont -  Neutrino Interaction Cross-section Ratios Measured with the T2K Near Detector

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