Werner Tornow

Professor Emeritus

414 Tunl, Durham, NC 27708
Campus Box: 
(919) 660-2637
(919) 660-2634


Improved Results for the 2H(d,n)3He Transverse Vector Polarization-Transfer Coefficient Kyy'(0 deg) at Low Energies
Few-Body Systems (2010)

Search for a bosonic component in the neutrino wave function
Nuclear Physics (2010)

Differential cross section for neutron scattering from 209Bi at 37 MeV and the weak particle-core coupling
Phys. Rev. (2010)

Corrections for the polarization dependent efficiency and new neutron-proton analyzing power data at 7.6 MeV
Phys. Rev. (2010)

Determination of the proton and alpha-particle light-response functions for the KamLAND, BC-501A and BC-517H liquid scintillators
Nucl. Instr. and Methods in Physics Research (2010)

Neutron production with a pyroelectric double-crystal assembly without nano-tip
Nucl. Instr. and Methods in Physics Research (2010)

Measurement of the 241Am(g,n)240Am reaction in the giant dipole resonance region
Phys. Rev. (2010)

Discrete deexcitations in 235U below 3 MeV from nuclear resonance fluorescence
Phys. Rev. (2010)

Geoneutrino Measurements with KamLAND: Towards a Test of the Earth's Composition Models
Science (2010)

Constraints on Theta13 from a Three-Flavor Oscillation Analysis of Reactor Antineutrinos at KamLAND
Phys. Rev. (2010)

Professor Werner Tornow became the Director of TUNL in July, 1996. He is primarily interested in studying few-nucleon systems with special emphasis on two-nucleon systems and three-nucleon force effects in three-nucleon systems. Polarized beams and polarized targets are essential in this work. He collaborates with the leading theoreticians in his field to interpret the experimental data obtained at TUNL. He recently became involved in weak-interaction physics, especially in double-beta decay studies and in neutrino oscillation physics using large scale detectors at the Kamland project in Japan.

1998 Fellow, American Physical Society