Dr. Bruce Cleveland
Bruce’s research interests are focused on particle and nuclear experiments in underground science. He is especially interested in solar neutrino detection and double-beta decay.
Bruce is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Physics at Laurentian University and an Affiliate Professor in the Department of Physics at the University of Washington. He was a Research Scientist at the SNO Institute of Queens University before joining the SNOLAB team as a Research Scientist in 2012.
- A member of the team led by Dr. Raymond Davis Jr. who was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2002 for their groundbreaking research into the emission of neutrinos produced by nuclear fusion reactions in the center of the sun.
- Part of the SNO Experiment led by Dr. Art McDonald who was awarded the Nobel Prize in 2015 for the discovery of neutrino oscillations, which shows that neutrinos have mass.
- 2016 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics for work on SNO
Bruce.Cleveland _at_ snolab.ca
1039 Regional Road 24
Creighton Mine #9
Lively ON, P3Y 1N2
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