Argonne National Laboratory

Philip A. Schreiner

Argonne Associate

Philip Schreiner has published nearly 100 reviewed research papers in particle physics.

From 2004 – 2015, he was a member of the MINOS neutrino project.  He mainly  focused on the study of cosmic muons in the Far Detector and made significant contributions to seven papers published on this topic.

Since 2016 Dr. Schreiner has been a non-author member of the NOvA neutrino project.  He has worked on the Near Detector cosmic muon seasonal rates.


  • Ph.D. in  physics, University of California at Los Angeles   1970


High Energy Physics Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL

  • Contract employee at various times (2006-2017);
  • Summer employee (2006);
  • Physicist (1977-1981);
  • Assistant Physicist (1973- 1977);
  • Postdoctoral appointee (1971-1973)

Physics Department, Benedictine University, Lisle, IL 60532

  • Associate Professor of Physics (2002-2013),  retired

AT&T Bell Labs and Lucent Technologies

  • Member of Technical Staff,  Bell Labs (1981-1985); 
  • Technical Manager (1985-2001)