Brookhaven Neutrino Page includes Neutrino Physics and developments of
Accelerator, Reactor and Solar neutrino experiments. This
page has been started for the very Long Baseline
Neutrino (LBN) oscillation Physics and Experiment (LBNE) with Neutrino source at BNL that Dr. Parsa started in 1989. That
envisioned sending a very intense neutrino beam (from
Brookhaven National Laboratory on Long Island, New York), through
the earth to a far away underground multipurpose large detector
capable of making precision measurements of all the neutrino
oscillation parameters, Proton decay and observation of natural
sources of neutrinos such as supernova, providing a major advances
in neutrino science. After over a decade, since (2012) DOE's
approval of FNAL proposal for LBNE with Neutrino source at FNAL,
this page has been continued with the chronology and
development(s) of the LBNE with source at FNAL
(LBNE was renamed) DUNE/LBNF, in addition to the Reactor Experiments, Solar Experiments etc.
Neutrino (and alias Neutrinos) page has been moved to https://neutrino.bnl.gov and https://neutrinos.bnl.gov Thanks for assistant with this move to L. Soto and R. Loring; and special thanks to K. Lally for his assistants, with the 1st server purchase, earlier page set ups and more.