Reina Maruyama (Associate Professor of Physics) research in the news

February 28, 2017

Professor Reina Maruyama is exploring new physics in nuclear and particle astrophysics, in particular, in dark matter and neutrinos.   Her group is carrying out direct detection of dark matter experiments in terrestrial-based detectors and searches for neutrinoless double beta decay.  The current experiments include COSINE-100 located at the Yangyang Underground Laboratory in South Korea, DM-Ice, and IceCube located at the South Pole, and CUORE, located at Gran Sasso, Italy. For more information on her research and her group, visit her website at .

Recent article published in the Dark Matter issue of the Nautilus Magazine, Click here .