We meet Fridays at 3:30 pm, but
ONLY WHEN WE HAVE A SPEAKER, not every week. If you want to
give a talk, if possible tell me at least 10 days in advance
so we can get onto the weekly notices.
Any interested parties welcome! Students are invited to join, learn, and teach us what you have learned.
Students: you are welcome to attend
any time, but please contact J. Wilkes in advance if
you want to register for credit.
Students registered for credit must contribute a presentation OR submit a written report on one talk.
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possible please send your talk's title to firstname.lastname@example.org
no later than Tuesday of the week before your talk,
i.e. 10 days in advance. (If you send your title later, it can
still appear on the daily email list of seminars, but will not
be on the weekly posters).
If you would like to
be on our mailing list for announcements, pls send email
Although other astrophysics topics
will be discussed, will continue to focus on the physics of
neutrino oscillations as studied in projects like Super-K and
Notes from past sessions are posted here.
If you gave a talk, write up your notes and send me pdf and tex (or Word) files to post. Be sure to include auxiliary files for figures, etc. If you need help with the mechanics of Latexing, see http://www.emerson.emory.edu/services/latex/latex2e/latex2e_toc.html .
You are strongly encouraged to maintain a website containing your own notes and links to references - best way to retain info for the future! To learn how, see http://catalyst.washington.edu/web_tools/simplesite.html. If you do create such a website, send me the URL so others can share your resources.
Add your contributions to the Neutrino Wiki Page (thanks to Kevin Connolly): http://staff.washington.edu/hbar/neutrino_wiki
General references (more to be added as we go):