In the News: Hunt begins for elusive neutrino particle at one of the world’s largest, most powerful detectors
SMU Graduate Student Biao Wang is 300 feet underground in front of the close detector. Under the direction of SMU physicist Thomas Coan, Wang works on the maintenance and trouble shooting of the detector as an on-call expert for the cooling system of the read-out electronics. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=KxT529yRw_A
Faculty in Focus: Jodi Cooley and the "Hunt for dark matter takes physicists deep below earth’s surface, where WIMPS can’t hide"
Research Day 2014, a set on Flickr.SMU graduate and undergraduate students are invited and encouraged to present results of ongoing and completed SMU-based research. The goal of this event is to foster communication between students in different disciplines, give students the opportunity to present their work in a professional setting, and share the outstanding research [...]