A Little About Me
Hello there, I’m a physicist, currently working in the neutrino research at UC Berkeley. Neutrinos are very shy, so catching them is a tough and meticulous job and requires the combined work of many amazing people and many hard-working computers. As a member of the Borexino collaboration, most of my daily efforts concentrated on catching neutrinos coming from the core of the Sun, including the discovery of CNO neutrinos. Today, besides the data analysis, I am interested in R&D necessary for future neutrino detectors, especially THEIA. Go ahead and browse around. Let me know if you have any questions.