NuSTEC: Neutrino Scattering Theory Experiment Collaboration

What is NuSTEC?

NuSTEC is a collaboration of theorists and experimentalists promoting and coordinating efforts between:

  • Theorists – studying neutrino nucleon/nucleus interactions and related problems
  • Experimentalists – primarily those actively engaged in neutrino nucleus scattering experiments as well as those trying to understand oscillation experiment systematics. Electron scattering experimentalists are certainly welcome.
  • Generator builders – actively developing/modifying the model of the nucleus as well as the behavior of particles in/out of the nucleus within generators.

The main goal is to improve our understanding of neutrino interactions with nucleons and nuclei and, practically, get that understanding in our event generators.

  • Along the way we want to expand support for theorists and encourage a growing theoretical community.

NuSTEC board



  • Sara Bolognesi (CEA-IRFU, Saclay, France)
  • Steve Brice (Fermilab, IL, USA)
  • Raquel Castillo Fernández (Fermilab, IL, USA)
  • Dan Cherdack (University of Houston, Houston, TX, USA)
  • Steve Dytman (University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA, USA)
  • Andy Furmanski (University of Manchester, UK)
  • Yoshinari Hayato (NEUT representative, ICRR, Univ. Tokyo, Japan)
  • Teppei Katori (Queen Mary University of London, UK)
  • Kendall Mahn (Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA)
  • Camillo Mariani (Center for neutrino physics, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA)
  • Jorge G. Morfin (co-spokesperson, Fermilab, IL, USA)
  • Ornella Palamara (Fermilab, IL, USA)
  • Jon Paley (Fermilab, IL, USA)
  • Roberto Petti (University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA)
  • Walter Giele (GENIE representative, Fermilab, IL, USA)
  • Federico Sanchez (University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland)
  • Sam Zeller (Fermilab, IL, USA)