Chris Walter

Duke

 
 

I am an associate professor in the physics department of Duke University. I am an experimental particle physicist studying the nature of the neutrino, and searching for signs of grand unification and CP violation.  Currently, I work on the Super-Kamiokande and T2K experiments, along with future experiments in neutrino physics and cosmology. In the past I worked on MACRO and K2K.

Standing at the bottom of Super-Kamiokande.

Using both the heavens and accelerators to probe the nature of matter and our cosmos.

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Duke : Physics Dept. : High Energy Group : Neutrino Group

Email:    chris.walter _at_ duke.edu

Phone:    1-919-660-2535

Teaching: Physics 205 (Fall 2012)

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Super-Kamiokande  -  T2K -  Hyper-Kamiokande  -  LSST