INO is a multi-institutional collaboration which
aims to build an underground laboratory for pure Science research,
especially in Neutrino Physics. The project includes construction of an
iron calorimeter detector, called ICAL, that will be the world's most
massive detector when completed. ICAL at INO holds the key to
understanding several fundamental issues regarding the nature and interactions
INO News:For all the latest news and updates, please go to the official INO web-site at TIFR, Mumbai.
FAQ sheet on INO: Some of the more frequently asked questions about INO. Updated Sep 2012.
ICAL at INO: Read about some non-technical highlights of the location, type and physics reach of the proposed detector ICAL.
|Why INO?||``First, have a definite, clear practical ideal; a goal, an objective.''||About INO||``Second, have the necessary means to achieve your ends; wisdom, money, materials, and methods.''||About ICAL at INO||``Third, adjust all your means to that end.'' — Aristotle|
Other Reports: A collection of assorted reports, including a brochure on INO, updated July, 2010.
Talks on INO:
A collection of talks on INO . Last updated Feb, 2008.
Papers on INO: A collection of papers on INO . Last updated Jan 2008.
Course material on INO: A collection of material presented at various schools on INO . Last updated June 29th, 2006.
Photo Gallery: Some
photographs of the present INO Site.
Links to related web-sites :
INO at TIFR, Mumbai, the official web-site of INO.
Neutrino Oscillation Industry, an index having to do with neutrino mass and oscillations.
Neutrino Unbound, a repository of important references on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics.
This is an open collaboration. You are welcome to join and contribute!
For further details or any clarifications contact
Prof Naba Mondal, Spokesperson, INO Collaboration
E-mail: nkm AT tifr.res.in