Robert Cooper

Postdoctoral Scholar and Fermilab Intensity Frontier Fellow at
RL Cooper

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The CENNS-10 detector was able to see cosmic ray muons!


Research

My research interests are the properties and interactions of neutrinos and neutrons. We are developing a multitude of radiation detectors to support our research.

CENNS-10 Detector EJ301 Detector Array SciBath Detector
(left) CENNS-10, (middle) 5 kg EJ-301 neutron detectors, (right) SciBath detector

Publications:
  • Selected recent pubs:
    • "A New Method for Measuring Coherent Elastic Neutrino Nucleus Scattering at an Off-Axis High-Energy Neutrino Beam Target", CENNS Collaboration, Phys.Rev.D 89, 072004 (2014). Inspirehep.net Link
Talks:
  • A selected sample of my talks is located here
Research Fun:

Teaching

See physics department undergraduate and graduate course descriptions.

A sampling of my lecture materials is here

Current:
  • Physics 310/510: Environmental Physics (Fall 2014)
    Will assist Prof. Rex Tayloe with nuclear power lectures
Recently Taught:
  • Assistant taught Physics 221: Physics I (Fall 2013)
    Used UIUC smartPhysics
  • Assistant taught Physics 110/120: Energy and Technology (Fall 2013)
    Special focus on nuclear energy
  • Assistant taught Physics 460: Modern Optics (Spring 2014)
    Optics lecture and laboratory

Contact

Robert Cooper
roblcoop _AT_ indiana.edu
ISAT Hall
812-855-4590
2401 N. Milo Sampson Ln.
Bloomington, IN 47408

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