Andy Furmanski

Contact Details

email:
andrew.furmanski@manchester.ac.uk
office:
5.15 Schuster
address:
School of Physics and Astronomy
The University of Manchester
Oxford Road
Manchester
M13 9PL

Research Interests

Neutrinos oscillations and interactions.
As a graduate student I worked on the T2K neutrino oscillation experiment in Japan. For details, see the T2K public webpage.
Within T2K I worked on updating the event generator to use more sophisticated nuclear models, which include nucleon-nucleon correlations.
I also spent time measuring the CCQE-like cross section using the near detector, ND280.

I now work on the MicroBooNE experiment at Fermilab. For details see www-microboone.fnal.gov/.

New starters information

I wrote some documentation for new starters at Manchester. This is intended for summer students, new PhD students and postdocs, particularly those new to Manchester.
Find it here. It is incomplete, and only here temporarily, if you use it and find a mistake or think something should be added, let me know.