Difference: GaryNgResearchReview2013 (1 vs. 5)

Revision 521 Oct 2013 - GaryNg

Line: 1 to 1
 
META TOPICPARENT name="WebHome"

Gary Ng Research review 2013 (Astrophysical neutrinos)

Changed:
<
<
Questions:
>
>

Report so far, as of 21/10/2013: NeutrinoReportLatex.tex


 
  • Why study v & what is special about them?
    • To 'map' the sky / universe with methods other than visible light range.
    • Tiny mass, very rarely interact, travels through medium.
  • How & when did the concept of v come about?
  • What were the initial theories? Are they still valid?
Changed:
<
<
  • Is there only 1 type of v?
>
>
  • Is there only 1 source of v?
 
    • Solar v, Atmospheric v, SN v
    • What are the similarities and/or differences between each type of v?
    • Do they travel at different velocities?
    • Do they have the same energies?
Changed:
<
<
  • Were they all detected initially?
>
>
  • How are they detected?
 
    • What equipment was used?
    • What detection medium used?
Changed:
<
<
    • No.
    • Because they changed types, due to v oscillation.
    • Neutrino Oscillaion
>
>
    • Solar v: v oscillation.
 
  • Have all types of v been detected now? How?
  • Are all types of v detected together every time? Why not?
  • Why are we studying SN v?
Changed:
<
<
>
>
    • Production mechanism of SN v
    • Why SN1987A ?
 
      • It was close enough to be observed
Changed:
<
<
  • What is speical about SN v?
>
>
  • What is special about SN v?
 
  • Are they the same as when they were just produced, inside the SN?
  • How do we detect SN v?
    • With the experiments, do we just detect SN v?
    • How do we distinguish which v are from what source?
  • What is special / different about each detection method?
  • Are there any differences in detection methods x years ago?
Changed:
<
<
  • What are the results for the differnt methods?
>
>
  • What are the results for the different methods?
 
  • Does the results correspond to theory / prediction?
  • Can we tell the direction of the SN v? If so, how?
  • Can we tell the origin (location) of the SN v? If so, how?
Line: 57 to 63
 
  • A timeline about neutrinos
    • From theory to proof, to now-a-days research, to possible future developments
Deleted:
<
<
-- Public.GaryNg - 14 Jun 2013
 
META FILEATTACHMENT attachment="Supernova_1987A.pdf" attr="" comment="" date="1381098823" name="Supernova_1987A.pdf" path="Supernova 1987A.pdf" size="6828394" user="zvah093" version="1"
Added:
>
>
META FILEATTACHMENT attachment="Neutrinos_A_Different_Way_To_Look_At_The_Sky.pdf" attr="" comment="" date="1382361690" name="Neutrinos_A_Different_Way_To_Look_At_The_Sky.pdf" path="E:\RHUL\PH 4110 - Reserach Review (Astrophysical Neutrinos)\Neutrinos Papers\Neutrinos A Different Way To Look At The Sky.pdf" size="177485" user="zvah093" version="1"
META FILEATTACHMENT attachment="Supernova_neutrino_detection_-_Scholberg.pdf" attr="" comment="" date="1382361718" name="Supernova_neutrino_detection_-_Scholberg.pdf" path="Supernova_neutrino_detection_-_Scholberg.pdf" size="963464" user="zvah093" version="1"
META FILEATTACHMENT attachment="NeutrinoReportLatex.tex" attr="" comment="21/10/2013" date="1382367536" name="NeutrinoReportLatex.tex" path="NeutrinoReportLatex.tex" size="9996" user="zvah093" version="2"

Revision 414 Oct 2013 - GaryNg

Line: 1 to 1
 
META TOPICPARENT name="WebHome"

Gary Ng Research review 2013 (Astrophysical neutrinos)

Added:
>
>
Questions:
  • Why study v & what is special about them?
    • To 'map' the sky / universe with methods other than visible light range.
    • Tiny mass, very rarely interact, travels through medium.
  • How & when did the concept of v come about?
  • What were the initial theories? Are they still valid?
  • Is there only 1 type of v?
    • Solar v, Atmospheric v, SN v
    • What are the similarities and/or differences between each type of v?
    • Do they travel at different velocities?
    • Do they have the same energies?
  • Were they all detected initially?
    • What equipment was used?
    • What detection medium used?
    • No.
    • Because they changed types, due to v oscillation.
    • Neutrino Oscillaion
  • Have all types of v been detected now? How?
  • Are all types of v detected together every time? Why not?
  • Why are we studying SN v?
    • Why SN1978A?
      • It was close enough to be observed
  • What is speical about SN v?
  • Are they the same as when they were just produced, inside the SN?
  • How do we detect SN v?
    • With the experiments, do we just detect SN v?
    • How do we distinguish which v are from what source?
  • What is special / different about each detection method?
  • Are there any differences in detection methods x years ago?
  • What are the results for the differnt methods?
  • Does the results correspond to theory / prediction?
  • Can we tell the direction of the SN v? If so, how?
  • Can we tell the origin (location) of the SN v? If so, how?
  • Can we tell the origin (time) of the SN v? If so, how?
  • Can we tell the original type of the SN v? If so, how?
  • ... (more questions) ...
  • What will future SN v detection lead to?

 Research Papers Topics:
Changed:
<
<
  • Supernovae SN1978A (see attachment)
    • Core-collapse massive star to Supernovae theory proved.
  • Solar neutrinos
    • Solar neutrino problem
    • Source of neutrino measurements
>
>
  • Supernovae SN1978A (see attachment)
    • Core-collapse massive star to Supernovae theory proved.
  • Solar neutrinos
    • Solar neutrino problem
    • Source of neutrino measurements
 
  • Other high energy neutrino sources
Ideas:

  • Investigate different types of neutrino detectors ('today')
Changed:
<
<
    • Kamiokande II
>
>
 

Revision 307 Oct 2013 - StewartBoogert

Line: 1 to 1
 
META TOPICPARENT name="WebHome"

Gary Ng Research review 2013 (Astrophysical neutrinos)

Changed:
<
<
>
>
 Research Papers Topics:
  • Supernovae SN1978A (see attachment)
    • Core-collapse massive star to Supernovae theory proved.

Revision 207 Oct 2013 - GaryNg

Line: 1 to 1
 
META TOPICPARENT name="WebHome"

Gary Ng Research review 2013 (Astrophysical neutrinos)

Changed:
<
<
  • These are somepapers
-- GaryNg - 14 Jun 2013
>
>
Research Papers Topics:
  • Supernovae SN1978A (see attachment)
    • Core-collapse massive star to Supernovae theory proved.
  • Solar neutrinos
    • Solar neutrino problem
    • Source of neutrino measurements
  • Other high energy neutrino sources

Ideas:

  • Investigate different types of neutrino detectors ('today')
    • Kamiokande II
    • IMB
    • Baksan
    • IceCube Project
  • A timeline about neutrinos
    • From theory to proof, to now-a-days research, to possible future developments

-- Public.GaryNg - 14 Jun 2013

META FILEATTACHMENT attachment="Supernova_1987A.pdf" attr="" comment="" date="1381098823" name="Supernova_1987A.pdf" path="Supernova 1987A.pdf" size="6828394" user="zvah093" version="1"

Revision 114 Jun 2013 - GaryNg

Line: 1 to 1
Added:
>
>
META TOPICPARENT name="WebHome"

Gary Ng Research review 2013 (Astrophysical neutrinos)

  • These are somepapers
-- GaryNg - 14 Jun 2013
 
This site is powered by the TWiki collaboration platform Powered by PerlCopyright © 2008-2020 by the contributing authors. All material on this collaboration platform is the property of the contributing authors.
Ideas, requests, problems regarding RHUL Physics Department TWiki? Send feedback