Dr. Chris Jillings
I am interested in some fundamental questions in physics and astrophysics: What is the universe made of? and Why is there any matter in the universe at all?
I am a collaborator on the DEAP-3600 and SNO+ experiments. I have collaborated on SNO, the Pierre-Auger Observatory, KamLAND, and Daya Bay.
- Chair of Local Organizing Committee, TRISEP 2017 and TRISEP 2014
- Local Organizing Committee, TAUP 2017
A complete list is available at Inspire.
The follwing highlight some recent work:
- The three most-important results from the DEAP-1 detector concern radon levels (Astroparticle Physics 62 (2015) 178-194) and pulse-shape discrimination (Astropart.Phys. 85 (2016) 1-23 and Astropart.Phys. 65 (2015) 40-54).
- This is a nice description of the SNO+ experiment.
- The DEAP -3600 Detector Construction Book by Tina Pollmann
- DEAP-3600 Collaboration page
- SNO+ Collaboration page
- Pierre-Auger Observatory
- KamLAND Collaboration page
- Daya Bay page
- Sudbury Neutrino Observatory page
Chris.Jillings _at_ snolab.ca
(705) 692-7000 x 2266
1039 Regional Road 24
Creighton Mine #9
Lively ON, P3Y 1N2