Michael Shaevitz

Professor of Physics,

Columbia University

Department of Physics

Office: 722 Pupin

 

Mailing Address:

Columbia University

Department of Physics

538 West 120th Street

New York, NY,10027

 

Office Phone Numbers:

Physics Dept 212-854-3305

Nevis Laboratory 914-591-2806

Fermilab Office 630-840-6814

 

Email:

shaevitz@nevis.columbia.edu

 

 


Current Activities

MiniBooNE - Booster Neutrino Oscillation Experiment at Fermilab

nm &rarr ne neutrino oscillation experiment using muon neutrinos produced with the 8 GeV booster.
Experiment will make a definitive test of the LSND observation at Los Alamos

 

http://www-boone.fnal.gov/

 

Movie about Neutrinos and MiniBooNE

ABC News Neutrino Mass Movie Clip

MiniBooNE Horn Concerto

Movie of MiniBooNE Event (A Stopping Muon with Decay Electron after ~2 microsec)

 

Double Chooz Reactor Neutrino Experiment

Using electron antineutrinos from the Chooz nuclear reactor in northern France,

this experiment will explore neutrino oscillations involving the unknown mixing

angle, q13. Measurement of this mixing angle is crucial for taking the next step in

neutrino oscillations physics and for trying to understand the masses, mixings and

possible CP violation effects.

 

http://doublechooz.in2p3.fr/

 

 

 

 

NuTeV - Neutrino Experiment at the TeVatron

Experiment to study the neutrino interactions using a high-energy sign-selected beam
Goals:
- Measure weak mixing angle with precision comparable to collider experiments
- Determine the quark structure of the nucleon (protons and neutrons)
- Search for long-lived neutral heavy particles

 

http://www-e815.fnal.gov/NuTeV.html

 

Press Release for NuTeV Weak Mixing Angle Result

Columbia News: Breakthrough at Fermilab in Research on Neutrinos

 

•         M. Shaevitz CV

•         M. Shaevitz Talks

•         Publications

•         Theses and Student Papers

•         Columbia Neutrino Group Web Page