Professor of physics Kenneth Ganezer has secured a research award from the National Science Foundation’s Particle
Astrophysics Program. The $330,000 grant will be used to expand the participation of California State University,
Dominguez Hills faculty and students in Super-Kamiokande, a nucleon decay and neutrino oscillation experiment that
the university has been involved in since 1992, to include a new particle accelerator-based beam project to study
neutrino mixing called T2K.