NEUTRINO GROUP

The neutrino group of the Donostia International Physics Center is investigating the origin of matter using the most elusive particle in the universe.

NEXT

The NEXT experiment is an international collaboration that searches for the neutrinoless double-beta decay at the Canfranc Underground Laboratory in Canfranc, Huesca (Spain). NEXT stands for Neutrino Experiment with a Xenon TPC. The detection concept consists of a Time Projection Chamber filled with high-pressure gaseous Xenon, which exploits the electroluminescence process for the detection of the signal.

PETALO

PETALO (a Positron Emission Tof Apparatus based on Liquid xenOn) is a project that seeks to demonstrate that liquid xenon, together with a SiPM-based readout and fast electronics, can provide a significant improvement in the field of medical imaging with PET-TOF.

GanESS

The GanESS experiment, which stands for Gaseous detector for Neutrino physics at the ESS, is meant to detect coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering and explore physics beyond Standard Model. It will use the neutrino beam produced by the European Spallation Source.

Hyper-Kamiokande

Hyper-Kamiokande is to be the next generation of large-scale water Cherenkov detectors. It is planned to be an order of magnitude bigger than its predecessor, Super-Kamiokande, with the optimal design consisting of two half megaton tanks equiped with ultra high sensitivity photosensors. The Hyper-Kamiokande detector is both a “microscope,” used to observe elementary particles, and also a “telescope” for observing the Sun and supernovas, using neutrinos.

Who we are

Juan José Gómez Cadenas
Ikerbasque Research Professor
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Paola Ferrario
Ikerbasque Research Associate
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Francesc Monrabal
Ikerbasque Research Associate
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Francisco López Gejo
Project Manager
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Daniel Rubén Zerzion
Visiting researcher
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Asier Castillo Litago
Mechanical Engineer
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Ana Belen Nuñez Chico
Mechanical Engineer
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Alejandro Taboada Fernandez
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Eva Oblak
Mechanical Engineer
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Carlos Echeverria
Electromechanical Technician
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Ander Simón Estévez
Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow
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Jose Maria Benlloch Rodríguez
Postdoctoral Researcher
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Jorge Pelegrin Mosquera
Research Collaborator
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Stefano Roberto Soleti
"La Caixa" Postdoctoral Junior Leader
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Marian del Barrio-Torregrosa
PhD student
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Mikel Elorza
PhD student
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Leire Larizgoitia
PhD student
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Miryam Martínez Vara
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Beatriz Romeo
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Nerea Salor
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Work with us

Available positions:

  • There are currently no open positions.

Expired positions:

We are always looking for PhD students and researchers to join our group. If you are interested in collaborating with us, feel free to send an email using this form.

  • Address

    Donostia International Physics Center
    Manuel Lardizabal Ibilbidea, 4
    20018 Donostia, Gipuzkoa
    Spain
  • Phone

    +34 943 01 53 68
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