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Poster sessions

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All confirmed presenting poster authors can submit a one page summary of their poster for display on screens at the conference and within the conference mobile app. Please create your one page summary in the following template and submit to conferences@iop.org before 31 May 2016.

Further information for poster presenters can be found on the presenters information page.

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 2 - Tuesday 5 July

Please note that the poster programme is subject to change.


P2.001

Search for high energy neutrinos from bright GRBs with ANTARES
Silvia Celli, INFN-Roma, Italy

on behalf of ANTARES collaboration
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P2.002

Search for a diffuse flux of astrophysical neutrinos with the ANTARES telescope
Luigi Antonio Fusco, University of Bologna and INFN - Sezione di Bologna, Italy

on behalf of ANTARES collaboration
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P2.003

A Search for Neutrinos from the Fermi Bubbles with the ANTARES Telescope
Steffen Hallmann, ECAP, University of Erlangen, Germany

on behalf of ANTARES collaboration
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P2.004

All flavour search for cosmic neutrino sources with the ANTARES neutrino telescope
Tino Michael, Nikhef, Netherlands

on behalf of ANTARES collaboration
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P2.005

Measurements of high energy neutrinos from pulsar wind nebulae
Irene Di Palma, INFN / University of Rome "La Sapienza", Italy
[view abstract pdf]

P2.006

Search for signal emission from AGN populations with the ANTARES neutrino telescope
Rodrigo G. Ruiz, APC, France

on behalf of ANTARES collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.007

Study of the Galactic Center region with the ANTARES neutrino telescope
Antoine Kouchner, Université Paris 7 Diderot, France

on behalf of ANTARES collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.008

First results from two deep Askaryan Radio Array stations
Michael DuVernois, University of Wisconsin-Madison WIPAC, USA

on behalf of ARA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.009

Study of the GERDA Phase II background spectrum
Valerio D'Andrea, Gran Sasso Science Institute, INFN, Italy
on behalf of GERDA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.010

H.E.S.S. searches for TeV gamma-ray emission associated with high-energy neutrinos
Fabian Schüssler, IRFU / CEA-Saclay, France

on behalf of H.E.S.S. collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.011

Studying the flavor ratios of high energy astrophysical neutrinos by the next generation neutrino telescopes
Hiroshi Nunokawa, Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio), Brazil
[view abstract pdf]

P2.012

Enhanced Starting Track Event Selection for Diffuse Neutrinos in IceCube
Kyle Jero, University of Wisconsin Madison, USA

on behalf of IceCube collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.013

An all-sky search for muon neutrinos coincident with observed gamma ray bursts in IceCube
Ryan Maunu, University of Maryland, USA

on behalf of IceCube collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.014

Withdrawn

P2.015

First results of the first KM3NeT detection line
Karel Melis, Nikhef, Netherlands

on behalf of KM3NeT collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.016

KM3NeT/ARCA sensitvity to point-like neutrino sources
Agata Trovato, LNS-INFN, Italy
on behalf of KM3NeT collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.017

What is the galactic contribution to IceCube neutrino events?
Andrea Palladino, Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy
[view abstract pdf]

P2.018

Neutrino flavor evolution in a binary neutron star merger remnant
Maik Frensel, University of Basel, Switzerland
[view abstract pdf]

P2.019 Diffuse neutrino emission from the Galaxy above the TeV
Daniele Gaggero, GRAPPA - University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
[view abstract pdf]
P2.020 Very High Energy Neutrinos from nearby long GRB afterglows
Jessymol K Thomas, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
[view abstract pdf]
P2.021

Sensitivity of new physics by joint analysis of neutrino oscillation on Hyper-Kamiokande
Miao Jiang, Kyoto University, Japan

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

P2.022

Constraining neutrino oscillation parameters with IceCube/DeepCore
Philipp Eller, Penn State University, USA

on behalf of IceCube collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.023

Atmospheric muon and electron neutrino energy spectrum measured by first year of IceCube-86 detector
Takao Kuwabara, Chiba University, Japan

on behalf of IceCube collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.024

Search for sterile neutrinos with IceCube DeepCore
Andrii Terliuk, DESY, Germany

on behalf of IceCube collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.025

Tomography of the Earth from the study of atmospheric neutrino oscillations with KM3NeT-ORCA
Simon Bourret, APC - Université Paris-Diderot, France

on behalf of KM3NeT collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.026

Probing new physics with atmospheric neutrinos at KM3NeT-ORCA
Joao Coelho, APC - Université Paris-Diderot, France

on behalf of KM3NeT-ORCA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.027

Sensitivity of atmospheric neutrino experiments to neutrino non-standard interactions
Shinya Fukasawa, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan
[view abstract pdf]

P2.028

Measurements of the atmospheric neutrino flux by Super-Kamiokande: energy spectra, geomagnetic effects, and solar modulation
Kimihiro Okumura, ICRR - University of Tokyo, Japan

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

P2.029

Calculation of atmospheric neutrino flux with recent observation of primary cosmic rays
Morihiro Honda, ICRR - University of Tokyo, Japan
[view abstract pdf]

P2.030

Prompt atmospheric neutrino flux and its theoretical uncertainties
Yu Seon Jeong, KISTI, Korea, South Korea
[view abstract pdf]

P2.031

SHiP: a new facility with a dedicated detector for studying tau-neutrino properties and nucleon structure functions
Daniel Bick, Universität Hamburg, Germany

on behalf of SHiP collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.032

Measuring neutron backgrounds with ANNIE
Matthew Malek, University of Sheffield, UK

on behalf of ANNIE collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.033

The Accelerator Neutrino Neutron Interaction Experiment (ANNIE)
Carrie McGivern, Iowa State University, USA

on behalf of ANNIE collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.034

Neutron run in Mini-CAPTAIN
Babu Bhandari, University of Houston, USA

on behalf of CAPTAIN collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.035

An overview of the CAPTAIN experimental program
Jelena Maricic, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA

on behalf of CAPTAIN collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.036 Withdrawn

P2.037

Physics with naI detectors at a stopped pion neutrino source
Jason Detwiler, University of Washington, USA

on behalf of COHERENT collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.038

COHERENT at the Spallation Neutron Source
Kate Scholberg, Duke University, USA

on behalf of COHERENT collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.039

Measurements of neutrino-induced neutron production processes by the COHERENT collaboration
Phil Barbeau, Triangle Universities Nuclear Lab, USA

on behalf of COHERENT collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.040

High precision neutrino flux measurements with ENUBET
Michele Pozzato, INFN - Sezione di Bologna, Italy

on behalf of ENUBET collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.041

Progress towards a retune of the comprehensive neutrino interaction model in the GENIE Monte Carlo Generator
Christopher Barry, University of Liverpool, UK

on behalf of GENIE collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.042

Improvements of simulation of pion production in GENIE
Libo Jiang, University of Pittsburgh, United States

on behalf of GENIE collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.043

Probing nuclear effects in few GeV neutrino-nucleus interactions using single-transverse kinematic imbalance with the MINERvA experiment
Xianguo Lu, University of Oxford, UK

on behalf of MINERvA collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.044

MINERvA measurements of partonic nuclear effects with neutrinos in in the higher energy ME NuMI Beam
Anne Norrick, The College of William and Mary, USA

on behalf of MINERvA collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.045

Low energy atomic response in neutrino scattering
Cheng-Pang Liu, National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan

on behalf of NCTS-ECP4 collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.046

Single pion production in neutrino reactions
Monireh Kabirnezhad, National Center for Nuclear Research, Poland

[view abstract pdf]

P2.047

Progress towards a muon neutrino inclusive charged current cross section measurement using NOvA's near detector
Enrique Arrieta Díaz, Southern Methodist University, USA

on behalf of NOvA collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.048

Muon neutrino on electron elastic scattering in the NOvA near detector and its applications beyond the Standard Model
Biao Wang, Southern Methodist University, USA

on behalf of NOvA collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.049

Low energy neutrino physics and dark matter searches with sub-kev germanium detectors
Lakhwinder Singh, Institute of Physics Academia Sinica, Taiwan

on behalf of TEXONO collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.050

New experiment at J-PARC to measure the muon neutrino cross section ratio between water and hydrocarbon
Ken'ichi Kin, Osaka City University, Japan

on behalf of WAGASCI collaboration

[view abstract pdf]

P2.051

Status of global sterile neutrino fits
Gabriel Collin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

[view abstract pdf]

P2.052

Atmospheric neutrino oscillations for earth tomography
Walter Winter, DESY, Germany

[view abstract pdf]

P2.053

Mind the Gap on IceCube: Cosmic neutrino spectrum and muon anomalous magnetic moment
Toshihiko Ota, Saitama University, Japan
[view abstract pdf]

P2.054 MeV sterile neutrino decays at the Fermilab SBN complex
Mark Ross-Lonergan, IPPP-Durham University, UK
[view abstract pdf]
P2.055 Implications of non-unitary lepton mixing matrix using a new parametrization which separates "new-physics" from "standard" physics
Francisco Escrihuela, AHEP CSIC Universitat de Valencia, Spain
[view abstract pdf]
P2.056

Search for time-varying v̅e → v̅e oscillation probability and lorentz-CPT violation at Daya Bay
Aaron Higuera, University of Houston, USA

on behalf of Daya Bay collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.057

Calibration and reconstruction of the Daya Bay antineutrino detector
Bei-Zhen Hu, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

on behalf of Daya Bay collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.058

Cosmogenic neutron production at the Daya Bay experiment
Ian Mitchell, University of Houston, USA

on behalf of Daya Bay collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.059

Energy response model of the Daya Bay experiment
Nicolás Viaux, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile

on behalf of Daya Bay collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.060

Search for a light sterile neutrino at Daya Bay
Henoch Wong, University of California, Berkeley, USA

on behalf of Daya Bay collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.061

Measurement of sin2(2θ13) via neutron capture on hydrogen at Daya Bay
Mengting Yang, Shandong University, China

on behalf of Daya Bay collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.062

Improved measurement of reactor antineutrino flux and spectrum at Daya Bay
Liang Zhan, Institute of High Energy Physics, China

on behalf of Daya Bay collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.063

Oscillation analysis in Daya Bay experiment
Maxim Gonchar, JINR, Russia

on behalf of Daya Bay collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.064

Sterile neutrino search with the Double Chooz experiment
Denise Hellwig, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

on behalf of Double Chooz collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.065

Reactor spectral rate and shape measurement with the Double Chooz detectors
Anthony Onillon, APC - Université Paris Diderot-Paris 7, France

on behalf of Double Chooz collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.066

Double Chooz - detectors
Emmanuel Chauveau, CENBG, France

on behalf of Double Chooz collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.067

Neutrino detection systematics in the two detector phase of the Double Chooz experiment
Diana Navas Nicolás, CIEMAT, Spain

on behalf of Double Chooz collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.068

IBD background rejection and tagging at the Double Chooz experiment
Adrien Hourlier, APC - Université Paris Diderot, France

on behalf of Double Chooz collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.069

The 9Li/8He predicted spectra and their yield measurements with the Double Chooz experiment
Valérian Sibille, CEA Saclay, France

on behalf of Double Chooz collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.070

Prompt energy calibration at RENO
Sang Yong Kim, Seoul National University, South Korea

on behalf of RENO collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.071

Precise measurement of reactor antineutrino flux and spectrum
Eunhyang Kwon, Seoul National University, Korea, South Korea
[view abstract pdf]

P2.072

Spectral measurement of theta13 and |dm_ee^2| at RENO
Hyunkwan Seo, Seoul National University, South Korea

on behalf of RENO collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.073

Measurement of theta13 using RENO reactor neutrino events with neutron capture on hydrogen
Changdong Shin, Chonnam National University, South Korea

on behalf of RENO collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.074

Search for sterile neutrinos at RENO
Insung Yeo, Chonnam University, South Korea

on behalf of RENO collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.075

Status of the DANSS project
Yuriy Shitov, Imperial College London, UK

on behalf of DANSS collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.076

The Fermilab Short-Baseline Neutrino Program
David Schmitz, University of Chicago, USA

on behalf of ICARUS, MicroBooNE and SBND collaborations
[view abstract pdf]

P2.077

Model uncertainties at MicroBooNE
Marco Del Tutto, University of Oxford, UK

on behalf of the MicroBooNE collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.078

Measurements of muon neutrino charged-current interactions by the MicroBooNE experiment
Adam Lister, Lancaster University, UK

on behalf of the MicroBooNE collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.079

Vertex reconstruction algorithm development for the MicroBooNE single photon event search
Robert Murrells, University of Manchester, UK

on behalf of the MicroBooNE collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.080

The Pandora multi-algorithm approach to automated pattern recognition in LAr TPC detectors
John Marshall, University of Cambridge, UK

on behalf of MicroBooNE collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.081

NOvA short-baseline tau-neutrino appearance search
Adam Aurisano, University of Cincinnati, USA

on behalf of NOvA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.082

NOvA short-baseline electron-neutrino appearance search
Louise Suter, FNAL, USA

on behalf of NOvA collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.083

Improvements in the simulation code of the SOX experiment
Alessio Caminata, INFN Genoa, Italy

on behalf of SOX collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.084 Direct detection of the cosmic neutrino background
Yufeng Li, Institute of High Energy Physics, China
[view abstract pdf]
P2.085

MAGIC gamma-ray telescopes hunting for neutrinos and their sources
Dariusz Gora, DESY/HU, Germany

on behalf of MAGIC collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.086

SBND: status of the Fermilab short-baseline near detector
Nicola McConkey, University of Sheffield, UK

on behalf of SBND collaboration
[view abstract pdf]

P2.087 High scale mixing relations as a natural explanation for large neutrino mixing
Mehran Zahiri Abyaneh, University of Valencia, Spain
[view abstract pdf]
P2.088 Reactor antineutrino detector: iDREAM
Alexander Chepurnov, M.V.Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
[view abstract pdf]
P2.089 Search for muon antineutrino disappearance due to sterile antineutrino oscillations with the MINOS/MINOS+ experiment
Alex Sousa, University of Cincinnati, USA
on behalf of MINOS collaboration
[view abstract pdf]
   
   

 


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