This site is the central Internet repository of the physics analysis results of the CCFR collaboration ("CCFR" stands for Chicago-Columbia-Fermilab-Rochester). The CCFR collaboration collected data from two fixed-target runs at Fermilab in 1985 (experiment E744) and 1987-88 (experiment E770). The information presented in this site pertains only to the E744 and E770 data; it does not (at least for now) include the results from the latest high-energy fixed-target neutrino experiment at Fermilab, E815 (aka NuTeV).
This site is intended to serve two functions:
Also, there is a large gap between these two areas of interest. This site makes no attempt to bridge that gap. That would require instruction in the mathematics and scientific formalisms of high-energy physics from the college level through graduate school. Although a great deal of physics instruction is available on the Internet, it is not a substitute for years of education.
If this site can offer one insight for both groups of readers to appreciate, it's the observation that scientific research of this sort requires a lot of hard work by dedicated scientists and technical support from institutions such as Fermilab. The experiments were conducted about a decade ago, and yet their results are still of world-wide scientific interest. That is why this site was created.