Welcome to Yoshi’s Home Page

I now say a bit more about myself on my official Imperial page.

Yoshi Uchida

Professor of Physics, Imperial College London
Guest Professor, Osaka University

T2K Neutrino Oscillation Experiment

Super-Kamiokande Experiment

Muon-to-Electron Conversion (COMET/PRISM)

Imperial College London,
High Energy Physics Group,
The Blackett Laboratory,
Prince Consort Road,
London SW7 2BW

Office Phone: +44 (0)20 7594 7821
Office Fax: +44 (0)20 7823 8830
Email: Yoshi.Uchida@imperial.ac.uk

Stanford University, Department of Physics (2001–2004)
KamLAND and EXO Experiments

PhD, Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Physics (2000)
L3 Experiment, CERN, Geneva
Detector Gas R&D, MIT

BA, Science, Kyoto University, Faculty of Science (1994)

International Christian University High School, Tokyo

Downside School, Purley, Surrey

Wattenden School, Kenley, Surrey
Please see my official publications page for a full list of publications.

Selected Recent Activities

Conference Opening Talk at the 13th Rencontres du Vietnam Flavour Physics Conference
in Quy Nhon, Vietnam, August 2017.

The Physics Colloquium on neutrinos and charged lepton physics
at the Van Swinderen Institute, University of Groningen, Netherlands, also given at the Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia
Colloquium Slide Colloquium Slide Colloquium Slide Colloquium Slide Colloquium Slide Post-Colloquium Slide

Conference Summary Talk at Charged Lepton Flavour Violation 2016
in Charlottesville, Virginia, June 2016.
Page 01 of CLFV 2016 Summary Talk Page 55 of CLFV 2016 Summary Talk Page 78 of CLFV 2016 Summary Talk Page 209 of CLFV 2016 Summary Talk Page 217 of CLFV 2016 Summary Talk
(this is a very large file [local copy])

Organisation of the inaugural PhyStat-ν workshop at the
Institute of the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe,
held at the end of May 2016 to discuss issues related
to the use of Statistics in neutrino physics.
PhyStat-nu Poster
The second edition of PhyStat-ν was held at at Fermilab 19–21 September, 2016, and the third is at CERN from the 22nd of January 2019.

Former PhD Students

One of the great joys of being a research academic is being able to spend a lot of one's time working with fantastic students. My PhD students who have now graduated include:
Soon to be added to the above list are E. Gillies and A. Sztuc and W. Shorrock.