I am a scientist ("Technical Staff Member") in the Nuclear and Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology group (T-2) at the Theoretical division of the Los Alamos National Laboratory. The direct link to the LANL Particle Theory page is here. Recent researchAxion Cooling patch for MESA stellar evolution code Multiangle Suppression of Collective Neutrino Oscillations Self-refraction of supernova neutrinos: three-flavor effects Research InterestsLANL linksINFO 15 workshop SF14 workshop
(Schedule of talks here) LBNE Santa Fe 2014 workshop (Schedule of talks here)
INFO 13 workshop (Schedule of talks here)
SF12 workshop (Schedule of talks here) INFO 11 workshop (Schedule of talks here) SF10 workshop (Schedule of talks here) INFO 09 workshop (Schedule of talks here) SF08 workshop (Schedule of talks here) DR project on cosmic explosions (Schedule of talks here) INFO 07 workshop (Talks posted here) SF 06 workshop (Talks posted here)INFO 05 workshop (Talks posted here) LANL Particle Physics seminar schedule About meI came to LANL in 2002 as a Richard P. Feynman Fellow, from the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. I did my Ph.D. work with Hitoshi Murayama at UC Berkeley (see also his IPMU site). Contact information
Alexander Friedland Theoretical Division, T-2, MS B285 Los Alamos National Laboratory PO Box 1663 Los Alamos, New Mexico 87545-0285 For phone and FAX numbers, please click hereMy LANL page is here. |

Alexander Friedland Last modified: Apr 22, 2015