Neutrino Information Resources

Neutrino Sites WorldWide

Rather than repeat long lists of links which exist elsewhere, we point you to a smaller number of sites, which in turn point to many others. Many of these sites offer their own "layman's explanations" of neutrinos, neutrino physics, history of experiments, etc. Some sites are more for other scientists, linking to the technical details of specific neutrino experiments. A short description for each is offered as a guide.

  • Neutrinos Unbound, maintained by Marco Laveder and Carlo Giunti, INFN, and updated frequently. Links to all types of neutrino studies. Extensive references list. Information is geared towards scientists or the well-informed enthusiast. The "LINKS" link takes one to listings of neutrino sites for the non-scientist looking for basic background.
  • Neutrino Oscillation Industry, maintained by Maury Goodman, Argonne National Laboratory, and updated frequently. Primarily gathers information on the phenomena of neutrino oscillations, and also has links to other types of neutrino studies. Geared towards scientists or the well-informed enthusiast. The Neutrino Industry JOBS LISTING is found at this site.
  • The Ultimate Neutrino Page, maintained by Juho Sarkamo, and updated occasionally. Links to all types of neutrino studies. The information is geared towards scientists or the well-informed enthusiast.
  • Neutrino Guided Tour by Dave Kasper, U California at Irvine. He is a member of the Super-Kamiokande experiment, and has a nice section on his pages on neutrino basics. Good introductiory material for non-scientists.
  • History of Neutrinos a page by Didier Verkindt, of LAPP. A very good historical summary of neutrino physics, although recent results from the past 4-5 years have not been updated here.
  • Entry in the Wikipedia, a free online encyclopedia, on Neutrinos. Good basic introductory material.

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