Dr Xinchun Tian (Univ. of South Carolina)
Resonance interaction is one of the most important neutrino interaction modes for neutrino oscillation experiments in the few-GeV energy region. This talk presents the analysis of resonance production in neutrino charged current interaction. The study is extended to the NOMAD data allowing the most precise neutrino resonance measurement to date. Some of the current discrepancies in the resonance measurements are addressed, and future prospects outlined. The analysis includes the simulation studies in future next generation neutrino scattering experiments.