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Poster session 1
Monday 4 July
Poster session 2
Tuesday 5 July
Poster session 3
Wednesday 6 July
Poster session 4
Friday 8 July

Poster session 1 - Monday 4 July

Please note that the poster programme is subject to change.


P1.001

High-Energy Neutrino follow-up of first gravitational wave event GW 150914
Véronique Van Elewyck, APC / Université Paris Diderot, France

on behalf of ANTARES, IceCube and LIGO/Virgo collaborations
[view abstract pdf]

P1.002

Particle identification in KM3NeT/ARCA
Thomas Heid, ECAP - FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

on behalf of KM3NeT collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.003

Lowering the CUORE energy threshold
Simone Copello, Università di Genova, Italy

on behalf of CUORE collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.004

Neutrino physics with DARWIN
Mohamed Lotfi Benabderrahmane, New York University Abu Dhabi, UAE

on behalf of DARWIN collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.005

CHIPS R&D: water attenuation measurements
Jenny Thomas, University College London, UK
on behalf of CHIPS collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.006

Status of KIMS-NaI experiments
Jungsic Park, Institute for Basic Science, South Korea

on behalf of KIMS-NaI collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.007 A prototype for a neutrino high pressure TPC
Asher Kaboth, Royal Holloway University of London, UK
[view abstract pdf]
P1.008 Performance evaluation of the 50 cm Box-and-Line PMT for Hyper-Kamiokande
Daisuke Fukuda, Okayama University, Japan
[view abstract pdf]
P1.009 The underwater test of new photo-detectors for Hyper-Kamiokande
Fumimasa Muto, Nagoya University, Japan
on behalf of Hyper-Kamiokande collaboration
[view abstract pdf]
P1.010

Mechanical characteristics of new photodetectors and covers for Hyper-Kamiokande
Shoei Nakayama, Kamioka Observatory ICRR University of Tokyo, Japan
on behalf of Hyper-Kamiokande collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.011

JUNO underground facilities and construction status
Xiaonan Li, Institute of High Energy Physics, China

on behalf of JUNO Collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.012 The R&D of 20 inch MCP-PMTs for JUNO
Sen Qian, Institute of High Energy Physics, China
on behalf of MCP-PMT collaboration
[view abstract pdf]
P1.013

A highly-integrated receiver chip with an automatic baseline regulation for JUNO
Pavithra Muralidharan, Forschungzentrum Jülich, Germany

on behalf of JUNO collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.014

JUNO PMT system and prototyping test
Zhimin Wang, IHEP, China

on behalf of JUNO collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.015

Scattering length monitoring at the SNO+ detector
Stefanie Langrock, Queen Mary University of London, UK

on behalf of SNO+ collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.016

Benefits of Gd for high energy neutrinos
Pablo Fernández Menéndez, UAM, Spain

on behalf of Super-Kamiokande collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.017 Occulting light concentrators in liquid scintillator neutrino detectors
Buizza Avanzini, CNRS/LLR, France
[view abstract pdf]
P1.018 Probing the Cherenkov and Scintillation Light Separation for Next-Generation Neutrino Detectors
Javier Caravaca, UC Berkeley/LBNL, USA
[view abstract pdf]
P1.019 Neutrino physics with accelerator driven subcritical reactors
Emilio Ciuffoli, IMP/CAS, China
[view abstract pdf]
P1.020 Neutrino telescopes with the deepest overburden: The Jinping neutrino experiment
Linyan Wan, Tsinghua University, China
[view abstract pdf]
P1.021 Spectrometry of the Earth using neutrino oscillations
Carsten Rott, Sungkyunkwan University, South Korea
[view abstract pdf]
P1.022

Prototype detection unit for the CHIPS experiment
Maciej Pfutzner, University College London, UK

on behalf of CHIPS collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.023

The protoDUNE single-phase detector and beam measurement program at CERN
Thomas Kutter, Louisiana State University, USA

on behalf of DUNE collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.024

Electron diffusion measurements in the ICARUS T600 detector
Marta Torti, University of Pavia/INFN Pavia, Italy

on behalf of ICARUS collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.025

Muon neutrino disappearance at NOvA analysis details
Kirk Bays, Caltech, USA

on behalf of NOvA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.026

A search for sterile neutrinos at the NOvA far detector
Gareth Kafka, Harvard University, USA

on behalf of NOvA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.027

Looking at two beams in the NOvA near detector
Ryan Murphy, Indiana University, USA

on behalf of NOvA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.028

Charge current electron neutrino event identification in the NOvA detectors
Alexander Radovic, College of William and Mary, USA

on behalf of NOvA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.029

NOvA results on muon neutrino disappearance
Luke Vinton, University of Sussex, UK

on behalf of NOvA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.030

Electron neutrino appearance in NOvA
Erika Catano-Mur, Iowa State University, USA

on behalf of NOvA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.031

Calibration in the NOvA detectors
Diana Patricia Méndez, University of Sussex, UK

on behalf of NOvA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.032

The Convolutional Visual Network (CVN) algorithm and its applications to NOvA event identification and reconstruction
Fernanda Psihas, Indiana University, USA

on behalf of NOvA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.033

Event reconstruction in NOvA
Gavin Davies, Indiana University, USA

on behalf of NOvA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.034

Overview of the nuPRISM detector design
Thomas Lindner, TRIUMF, Canada

on behalf of nuPRISM collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.035

Search for muon neutrino disappearance at the OPERA experiment in the CNGS beam
Budimir Klicek, Rudjer Boskovic Institute, Croatia

on behalf of OPERA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.036

Anti-neutrino beam direction and intensity measurement with the T2K on-axis near Detector
Tatsuya Hayashino, Kyoto University, Japan

on behalf of T2K collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.037

Estimating the pion and kaon contributions to the T2K neutrino beam
Alasdair Knox, Lancaster University, UK

on behalf of T2K collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.038

Recent T2K flux predictions with NA61/SHINE thin graphite target measurements
Magdalena Posiadala-Zezula, University of Warsaw, Poland

on behalf of T2K and NA61/SHINE collaborations
[view abstract pdf]

P1.039

Muon neutrino and antineutrino selection in the tracker of the T2K off-axis near detector
Pawel Przewlocki, National Centre for Nuclear Research, Poland

on behalf of T2K collaboration
[view abstract pdf]
P1.040

Improving T2K oscillation analyses using fiTQun: A new maximum-likelihood event reconstruction for Super-Kamiokande
Andrew Missert, University of Colorado Boulder, USA

on behalf of T2K collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.041

Muon antineutrino disappearance and electron antineutrino appearance searches at T2K
Raj Shah, STFC, UK

on behalf of T2K collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.042

A CCPi0 inclusive analysis at the T2K near detector
Dave Shaw, Lancaster University, UK

on behalf of T2K collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.043

Towards T2K neutrino flux predictions using the replica target measurements by NA61/SHINE
Laura Zambelli, LAPP/CNRS/Université Savoie Mont Blanc, France

on behalf of T2K and NA61/SHINE collaborations
[view abstract pdf]

P1.044 Wire-cell tomographic event reconstruction for large LArTPCs
Xin Qian, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA
[view abstract pdf]
P1.045 Silicon photomultipliers characterization for future neutrino detectors
Koun Choi, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA
[view abstract pdf]
P1.046

Optimization of metallic magnetic calorimeters arrays with embedded Ho-163 for the ECHo experiment
Christian Enss, Heidelberg University, Germany

on behalf of ECHo collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.047

Development of transition edge sensors with rf-SQUID based multiplexing system for the HOLMES experiment
Andrei Puiu, University of Milan-Bicocca, Italy

on behalf of HOLMES collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.048

Commissioning of the KATRIN main spectrometer with an angular-selective photo-electron source
Jan David Behrens, WWU Münster, Germany

on behalf of KATRIN collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.049

Background processes in the KATRIN main spectrometer
Florian Fraenkle, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

on behalf of KATRIN collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.050

Thermal properties of the KATRIN source section
Moritz Hackenjos, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

on behalf of KATRIN collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.051

The Windowless Gaseous Tritium Source (WGTS) for the KATRIN experiment
Florian Heizmann, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

on behalf of KATRIN collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.052

The condensed krypton source for the KATRIN experiment
Philipp Chung-On Ranitzsch, University of Muenster, Germany

on behalf of KATRIN collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.053

Gaseous 83mKr generator based on 83Rb deposited in zeolite
Jana Sentkerestiova, Nuclear Physics Institute of the CAS, v.v.i., Czech Republic

on behalf of KATRIN collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.054

Tritium ion blocking and detection in the KATRIN experiment
Manuel Klein, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

on behalf of KATRIN collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.055

Energy calibration of the KATRIN experiment
Oliver Rest, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany

on behalf of KATRIN collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.056

Results from the Project 8 phase-1 cyclotron radiation emission spectroscopy detector
Benjamin LaRoque, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

on behalf of Project 8 collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.057

Project 8: Towards a neutrino mass limit using the cyclotron radiation from tritium beta decays
Noah Oblath, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA

on behalf of Project 8 collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.058

Development of the front-end board of a Xenon gas Time Projection Chamber at the AXEL neutrinoless double beta decay search experiment
Shunsuke Tanaka, Kyoto University, Japan

on behalf of AXEL collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.059

CALDER: Kinetic inductance light detectors to search for double beta decay
Marco Vignati, INFN Roma, Italy

on behalf of CALDER collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.060

Development of scintillating bolometer for 48Ca neutrinoless double beta decay search
Konosuke Tetsuno, Osaka University, Japan

on behalf of CANDLES collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.061

Pulse shape discrimination techniques for the COBRA experiment
Stefan Zatschler, TU Dresden, Institute for Nuclear and Particle Physics, Germany

on behalf of COBRA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.062

The LUCIFER/CUPID-0 demonstrator: searching for the neutrinoless double-beta decay with Zn82Se scintillating bolometers
Karoline Schaeffner, GSSI- Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy

on behalf of CUPID collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.063 The potential of discrimination methods in a high pressure xenon TPC for the search of the neutrinoless double-beta decay of Xe-136
Francisco Jose Iguaz Gutierrez, University of Zaragoza, Spain
[view abstract pdf]
P1.064

Preparation for KamLAND-Zen 800
Shingo Hayashida, Tohoku University, Japan

on behalf of KamLAND-Zen collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.065

Delayed charge recovery discrimination of passivated surface alpha events in P-type point-contact detectors
Julieta Gruszko, University of Washington, USA

on behalf of MAJORANA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.066

The SuperNEMO light injection and monitoring system
Thibaud Le Noblet, LAPP / Université Savoie Mont-Blanc, France

on behalf of NEMO-3/SuperNEMO collaborations
[view abstract pdf]

P1.067

Radioassay program for nEXO – the next generation double beta decay experiment
Hei-man Tsang, University of Alabama, USA

on behalf of nEXO collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.068

Ba-ion extraction from a high pressure Xe gas for double-beta decay studies with nEXO
Thomas Brunner, McGill University, Canada

on behalf of nEXO collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.069

Photon detection in nEXO
Fabrice Retiere, TRIUMF, Canada

on behalf of nEXO collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.070

NuDot: A prototype directional liquid scintillator detector
Lindley Winslow, MIT, USA

on behalf of NuDot collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.071

SINGLE: single photon sensitive cryogenic light detectors
Matteo Biassoni, INFN Milano Bicocca, Italy

on behalf of SINGLE collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.072

Commissioning the SNO+ Detector
Ian Coulter, University of Pennsylvania, USA

on behalf of SNO+ collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.073

Pulse shape analysis techniques in liquid scintillator for the identification and suppression of radioactive backgrounds to neutrinoless double beta decay
Jack Dunger, University of Oxford, UK

on behalf of SNO+ collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.074

A new technique to load 130Te in liquid scintillator for neutrinoless double beta decay experiments
Steven Biller, University of Oxford, UK

on behalf of SNO+ collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.075

Radon mitigation strategy and results for the SuperNEMO experiment
Xinran Liu, University College London, UK

on behalf of SuperNEMO collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.076

The SuperNemo 82Se ββον-source-foils and their radiopurity measurement with the BiPo-3 detector
Pia Loaiza, Laboratoire de l'Accelerateur Lineaire, LAL, CNRS, France

on behalf of SuperNEMO collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.077

Cherenkov light identification in TeO2 crystals with Si low-temperature detectors
Chiara Brofferio, Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca and INFN, Italy
[view abstract pdf]

P1.078

The design of the JUNO veto system
Haoqi Lu, Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

on behalf of JUNO collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.079

Radioactivity evaluation and control for the JUNO detector components and materials
Jie Zhao, Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

on behalf of JUNO collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.080

Status of experiment NEUTRINO-4 search for sterile neutrino
Anatolii Serebrov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Russia

on behalf of NEUTRINO-4 collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.081

Light yield and energy resolution studies for SoLid phase 1
Delphine Boursette, LAL University Paris Sud Orsay, France

on behalf of SoLid collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.082

Antineutrino monitoring of spent nuclear fuel
Vedran Brdar, JGU Mainz, Germany
[view abstract pdf]

P1.083 Results from the VIDARR near-field antineutrino detector at Wylfa Power Station
Matthew Murdoch, University of Liverpool, UK
[view abstract pdf]
P1.084 VIDARR reactor antineutrino detector upgrade
Yan-Jie Schnellbach, University of Liverpool, UK
[view abstract pdf]
P1.085 TPB thickness and Quantum Efficiency measurements for the new Icarus T600 light detection system in the SBN project
Maura Spanu, Università di Pavia, Italy
[view abstract pdf]
P1.086

Performance study of the new light collection system for the ICARUS T600 detector
Andrea Falcone, University of Texas Arlington, USA

on behalf of ICARUS collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.087

Signal processing in the MicroBooNE LAr TPC
Craig Thorn, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA

on behalf of the MicroBooNE collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.088

Light detection system simulations for SBND
Diego Garcia-Gamez, University of Manchester, UK

on behalf of SBND collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.089

Triggers and readout electronics for the STEREO experiment
Victor Helaine, LPSC/UGA/CNRS, France

on behalf of STEREO collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.090

Going low : measurement of the solar pp-neutrino flux with liquid scintillator detector
Oleg Smirnov, JINR, Russia

on behalf of Borexino collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.091

Low energy triggering for Hyper-Kamiokande
Thomas Dealtry, Lancaster University, UK

on behalf of Hyper-Kamiokande collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.092

Towards 14C-free liquid scintillator
Timo Enqvist, University of Oulu, Finland
[view abstract pdf]

P1.093

The DUNE 35-ton LArTPC prototype: Data acquisition, online software and monitoring
Jonathan Davies, University of Sussex, UK

on behalf of DUNE collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P1.094

The joint search for gravitational wave and low energy neutrino signals from core-collapse supernovae: Methodology and status report
Maxim Gromov, SINP-MSU, Russia

on behalf of LIGO/VIRGO, IceCube, LVD, Borexino and KamLAND-Zen collaborations
[view abstract pdf]
P1.095

The KM3NeT multi-PMT digital optical module
Ronald Bruijn, University of Amsterdam FOM/Nikhef, Netherlands
on behalf of KM3NeT collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

   
   

 

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