Prof. Lindley Winslow

I am the PI of the Winslow Group here at MIT. I joined the faculty in January of 2015 and am currently the Jerrorld R. Zacaharias Career Development Chair. I am an experimental physicist and I am interested in physics at the three-way intersection nuclear, particle and astrophysics. For this reason, I focus on neutrino physics, especially the search for neutrinoless double-beta decay. This is a challenging measurement and the group is involved in extensive detector R&D activities. These detector technologies have broader application, so the group also has interests in searches for coherent neutrino scattering and axion-like dark matter.

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