Jessie Micallef and Neutrino Detections

  • Jul 26, 2018
  • News

Jessie Micallef is a dual Ph.D. student at Michigan State University in Physics and Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering (CMSE)

Over the past few years she has worked alongside her adviser, Professor Tyce DeYoung, on developing software for the IceCube experiment. IceCube is an international particle physics collaboration that uses detectors, buried 2,500 meters beneath the ice at the South Pole, to observe neutrinos from the astrophysical sources in our universe.

The iCER Student Highlight article goes more in depth about her research: