My name is Shirley Li, or 李唯实. I'm a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Theoretical Physics Department at Fermilab. Before coming to Fermilab, I was a Postdoctoral Researcher in the SLAC Theory Group.

I am interested in everything about neutrinos! Recently, I have been exploring the physics potential of the next-generation neutrino oscillation experimental program. Specifically, I am interested in how GeV neutrino-nucleus interactions will impact measurements of neutrino mixing parameters. I am also exploring supernova neutrino and solar neutrino signatures in these experiments.

I earned a Ph.D. in Physics from The Ohio State University in 2017 for my research on searching for astrophysical neutrinos in terrestrial experiments. I was the winner of 2019 APS Dissertation Award in Nuclear Physics and a finalist in 2018 APS Doctoral Thesis Award in Astrophysics.