Alex Friedland

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 research
* Axion Cooling patch for MESA stellar evolution code
* Multiangle Suppression of Collective Neutrino Oscillations
* Self-refraction of supernova neutrinos: three-flavor effects
Research Interests
* Particle astrophysics and cosmology
* Neutrinos in terrestrial experiments, astrophysics and cosmology
* Supernova physics
* Dark matter
* Particle physics beyond the Standard Model
LANL links
* LANL Particle Physics seminar schedule
* LBNE Santa Fe 2014 workshop (Schedule of talks here)
* SF14 workshop
* 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)
About me

I 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).

* List of my publications in the INSPIRE database.
*My CV in pdf format
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, 
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	    my gmail
 
My LANL page is here.

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Alexander Friedland
Last modified: Apr 16, 2014