Carlos Argüelles


I’m gay and I am a neutrino physicist. //

I’m a post-doctoral research associate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology working in the IceCube neutrino experiment and neutrino phenomenology. I am also an honorary fellow at the Wisconsin IceCube Particle Astrophysics Center, based in Madison, where I did my PhD. My work focuses on searching for new neutrino phenomena such as new neutrino species, secret neutrino forces, and new space-time symmetries. I enjoy watching movies with friends, going out for drinks, dancing, and drinking coffee.