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Matheus Hostert

TATEH 275-12 (office), 612-624-8801
mhostert @ umn.edu

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About Me


I am a research member at the Fine Theoretical Physics Institute, University of Minnesota, working with Prof. Maxim Pospelov.


I obtained my PhD from Durham University under the supervision of Silvia Pascoli, and received my BSc degree in Brazil from the Federal University of Santa Catarina in 2015.

Research Area


My main research area is neutrino physics and its phenomenology. More broadly, I am interested in searches for physics beyond the Standard Model in neutrino experiments, understanding neutrino interactions with matter, and connecting the dark matter and neutrino mass puzzles.

You can find my publications on InSpires.

Selected Talks and Posters


NTN workshop on neutrino NSI - St Louis, USA - slides.
Invisibles Workshop 2019 - Valencia, Spain - slides and poster.
Prospects of Neutrino Physics - IPMU - slides.
PONDD - Fermilab - slides.
PHENO 18 - Pittsburgh - slides.
Near detector physics at neutrino experiments - CERN - slides.
NuFact 18 - Virginia Tech - slides.
Neutrino Oscillation Workshop 18 - Ostuni, Italy - slides.