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Adam Schreckenberger

adams @ physics.umn.edu

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It's been four years since I started my UMN graduate school journey. In that time, MSP has become my new home, and I have made many new friends. I still enjoy writing, jamming on the guitar, and some occasional drawing. In my opinion, the duty of a physicist is to educate the world so that any person can appreciate the facets of our universe. It doesn't matter how smart someone is or whether they enjoy the subject. The job of a physicist is to help incorporate knowledge into one's portrait of the universe. Any physicist that does not adhere to this calling is not one - nor does that person deserve to be.

Peace out,
Adam

Summary of Interests
MINOS Experiment

About My Work

I am currently involved in the electron neutrino appearance group that operates within the MINOS collaboration. We are attempting to make measurements of the mixing parameters involved with this specific area of neutrino physics.

Selected Publications

MINOS Collaboration, Improved Search for Muon-Neutrino to Electron-Neutrino Oscillations in MINOS, Phys.Rev.Lett. [abstract]

Education

B.S. Engineering Physics - University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign