MINERvA: Illuminating the Interaction of Neutrinos with Bound Nucleons In the Nuclear Environment

Daniel Ruterbories

Based in the NuMI beam line at Fermi National Laboratory, the on-axis MINERvA experiment measures the characteristics of neutrino interactions on nucleons and partons in the nuclear environment. Using both neutrino and anti-neutrino datasets from two different beam energy tunes as well as various nuclear targets it probes the nuclear environment to better understand A dependent initial and final state nuclear effects on processes ranging from low W, so called quasi-elastic, to high W deep inelastic processes and everything in between. The most recent results from the MINERvA experiment will be shown as well as a look to the future.