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Kevin S. McFarland

Professor Of Physics
Arts, Sciences, and Engineering

Department of Physics And Astronomy

Areas of expertise: Experimental High Energy Physics

Press contact:
Leonor Sierra

Related Links:
Kevin McFarland Homepage

In the News

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Erica Bryant: UR graduate may be off to outer space
June 22, 2013

First Neutrino Message Sent Through Rock; Could One Travel Back In Time?
March 15, 2012

United Press International
'Wireless' message sent using neutrinos
March 14, 2012

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
University of Rochester physicists follow antimatter research in Switzerland
November 19, 2010

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News Releases

Summer Research Experience Leads to Science Paper for University of Rochester Undergraduate
January 31, 2014

International Collaboration Confirms New Type of Neutrino Oscillation
July 23, 2013

Rochester Researchers Involved in One of Top 10 Physics Breakthroughs of the Year
December 14, 2012

Researchers Send "Wireless" Message Using Elusive Particles
March 14, 2012

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Kevin McFarland researches experimental high energy physics, focusing especially on neutrino interactions and neutrino oscillations. Violations of matter-antimatter symmetry may appear in these neutrino experiments, which may offer an explanation for the origin of the dominance of matter over antimatter in today's Universe.