Vihonen Sampsa, Doctoral Student

Vihonen Sampsa, Doctoral Student
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  • I am one of the teaching assistants in the student laboratory, which is located on the third floor of the department building.
  • I participate in the teaching activities in the laboratory sessions and supervise the FYSA210/FYSA2020 laboratory work on the rotating reference frame. I will be happy to answer any questions concerning this specific laboratory experiment.


  • Why and to whom my research is important
    • My research centers on the science of neutrino oscillations, which is a phenomenon where tiny particles called neutrinos change their weak flavour in flight. This quantum mechanical effect is currently being studied at various neutrino oscillation experiments around the world, and my line of research concerns the simulation and optimization of the next generation experiments.
  • Most of our research activities are related to the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment