Mitchell Soderberg

Associate Professor of Physics


Education

2006 Ph.D. in Physics
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2005 M.S. in Physics
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
2000 B.S in Physics
Truman State University




Research Interests

  • Neutrino flavor oscillations using long-baseline experiments.
  • Development of noble liquid detectors for neutrino physics.
  • Development of data-analysis techniques for noble liquid detectors.







Selected Publications

"The ArgoNeuT Detector in the NuMI Low-Energy beam line at Fermilab", C. Anderson et al., June 2012, arxiv:1205.6747, submitted to JINST.


"Analysis of a Large Sample of Neutrino-Induced Muons with the ArgoNeuT Detector", C. Anderson et al., June 2012, arxiv:1205.6702, submitted to JINST.


"First Measurements of Inclusive Muon Neutrino Charged Current Differential Cross Sections on Argon", C. Anderson et al., PRL 108 (2012) 161802, arxiv:1111.0103.


"A Regenerable Filter for Liquid Argon Purification", A. Curioni et al., NIM A605:306-311, 2009, arxiv:0903.2066.


"The Yale liquid argon time projection chamber", A. Curioni, B. Fleming, M. Soderberg, 2008, arxiv:0804.0415.




Research Spotlight

  • Liquid argon detectors are an exciting class of neutrino experiments. While they can provide bubble chamber quality images, they have excellent background rejection.