Department of Physics & Astronomy
Tennessee State University
United States of America
Dr. Sowjanya Gollapinni is working as Assistant Professor at Tennessee University, USA
My research is focused on studying one of the fundamental particles in the Universe called neutrinos. In the world of subatomic physics, neutrinos form the most bizarre tiny entities known to date. Scientists study these elusive particles to understand the biggest puzzles in the universe, from the structure of the atom to the formation of a star
Acciarri R, Adams C, An R, Andreopoulos C, Ankowski AM, Antonello M, Asaadi J, Badgett W, Bagby L, Baibussinov B, Baller B. A proposal for a three detector short-baseline neutrino oscillation program in the Fermilab booster neutrino beam. arXiv preprint arXiv:1503.01520. 2015 Mar 5.
Acciarri R, Adams C, Asaadi J, Danaher J, Fleming BT, Gardner R, Gollapinni S, Grosso R, Guenette R, Littlejohn BR, Lockwitz S. Construction and assembly of the wire planes for the MicroBooNE Time Projection Chamber. Journal of Instrumentation. 2017 Mar 9;12(03):T03003.
Acciarri R, Adams C, An R, Asaadi J, Auger M, Bagby L, Baller B, Barr G, Bass M, Bay F, Bishai M. Convolutional neural networks applied to neutrino events in a liquid argon time projection chamber. Journal of Instrumentation. 2017 Mar 14;12(03):P03011.