Rex Tayloe

Associate Professor of Physics at


My research interests are the properties and interactions of neutrinos. Publications:
  • Selected recent pubs:
    • "A New Method for Measuring Coherent Elastic Neutrino Nucleus Scattering at an Off-Axis High-Energy Neutrino Beam Target", CENNS Collaboration, Phys.Rev.D 89, 072004 (2014). Link
    • "Improved Search for numubar->nuebar Oscillations in the MiniBooNE Experiment", MiniBooNE Collaboration, Phys.Rev.Lett. 110 (2013) 161801. Link
  • Full list of recent pubs (2005-present) from
Research Fun:


See physics department undergraduate and graduate course descriptions.

  • Summer: Research!
  • Fall 2014: P310/510, ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSICS, 04:00P-05:15P, TR, SW 220
  • Spring 2014: P460 Modern Optics
Recent Past:
  • Fall 2013: P110/120, Energy and Technology
  • Spring 2013: P221, Physics I
  • Fall 2012: P110/120, Energy
  • Spring 2012: P221, Physics I
  • Spring 2011: P332, Theory of E&M II
  • Fall 2010: P331, Theory of E&M I
Classes taught:
  • P110/120, Energy and Technology
  • P201,P202: General Physics I, II
  • P221,P222,P301: Physics I,II,III
  • P331,P332: Theory of E&M I,II
  • P451,P551: Experiments in Modern Physics
  • P460: Modern Optics


At ISAT Hall (old IUCF):
Room 113B, ISAT Hall
2401 Milo Sampson Lane
Bloomington, IN 47408
At Swain West:
Room 336, Swain Hall West
727 E. Third St.
Bloomington, IN 47405-7105

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