Patrick Huber

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Patrick Huber obtained his Ph.D. in physics from the Technische Universität München, Germany, and is currently an associate professor at Virginia Tech, where he is the founding member of the Center for Neutrino Physics. His primary research interests are neutrino physics, flavor transitions, and CP violation, with an emphasis on future experimental possibilities. Recently, he has focused on the (hypothetical) light sterile neutrino and its possible connection to neutrino emissions from reactors. He is also interested in reactor monitoring for nuclear nonproliferation safeguards.


Particles and Fields

Viewpoint: Cyclotron Radiation from One Electron

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