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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 4 - Friday 8 July

Please note that the poster programme is subject to change.


P4.001 Effect of new physics in astrophysical neutrino flavour
Teppei Katori, Queen Mary University of London, UK
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P4.002 Neutrino statistics in a single pixel
Michael Feyereisen, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
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P4.003

Studying neutrino oscillations with atmospheric neutrinos in DUNE
Andrew, Blake, Lancaster University, UK

on behalf of DUNE collaboration

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P4.004

Atmospheric neutrinos in JUNO
Wan-Lei Guo, Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

on behalf of JUNO collaboration

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P4.005

Results on dark matter searches with the ANTARES neutrino telescope
Juande Zornoza, IFIC (UV-CSIC), Spain

on behalf of ANTARES collaboration

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P4.006

The COSINUS project: a NaI-based cryogenic calorimeter based for direct dark matter detection
Florian Reindl, Max-Planck-Institute for Physics, Germany

on behalf of COSINUS collaboration

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P4.007

Search for dark photons using data from CRESST-II phase 2
Achim Gütlein, Institute for High Energy Physics, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria

on behalf of CRESST collaboration

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P4.008

Direct dark matter search with the CRESST-III experiment - status and perspectives
Michael Willers, Technische Universita╠łt Mu╠łnchen, Germany

on behalf of CRESST collaboration

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P4.009

DEAP-3600 dark matter experiment
Peter Skensved, Queen's University, Canada

on behalf of DEAP-3600 collaboration

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P4.010

The novel trigger system of DEAP-3600
Benjamin Smith, TRIUMF, Canada

on behalf of DEAP-3600 collaboration

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P4.011

EDELWEISS-III: low mass WIMP results and perspectives
Claudia Nones, CEA/IRFU, France

on behalf of EDELWEISS collaboration

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P4.012

A search for bosonic dark matter with the Majorana Demonstrator Neutrinoless Double-Beta Decay Experiment
Reyco Henning, UNC Chapel Hill / TUNL, USA

on behalf of Majorana collaboration

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P4.013

Dark matter searches with the Super-Kamiokande detector
Katarzyna Frankiewicz, National Centre for Nuclear Research, Poland

on behalf of Super-Kamiokande collaboration

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P4.014

Search for heavy neutral leptons with the near detector complex ND280 of the T2K experiment
Alexander Izmaylov, IFIC CSIC, Spain

on behalf of T2K collaboration

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P4.015 Radon assay and radioactivity database in Kamioka
Yasuo Takeuchi, Kobe University, Japan
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P4.016 keV sterile neutrino dark matter from singlet scalar decay -- formal concepts and analyses on structure formation
Maximilian Totzauer, Max-Planck-Institute for Physics, Germany
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P4.017

Measurements of muon multiple scattering at MICE
Ryan Bayes, University of Glasgow, UK

on behalf of MICE collaboration
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P4.018

The status of MICE
Adam Dobbs, Imperial College London, UK

on behalf of MICE collaboration
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P4.019

The MICE demonstration of muon ionization cooling
Edward Overton, University of Sheffield, UK

on behalf of MICE collaboration
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P4.020

nuSTORM: Summary of capabilities
Alan Bross, Fermilab, USA

on behalf of nuSTORM collaboration
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P4.021

Atmospheric tau neutrino appearance measurement with IceCube DeepCore
Michael Larson, Niels Bohr Institute, Denmark

on behalf of IceCube collaboration
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P4.022

Physics sensitivity of a possible extended T2K Run -- T2K phase 2
Megan Friend, High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK), Japan

on behalf of T2K collaboration
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P4.023

First joint analysis of neutrino and antineutrino oscillation at T2K
Kirsty Duffy, University of Oxford, UK

on behalf of T2K collaboration
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P4.024

Probing kaon-originated neutrinos with the muons produced outside of the T2K near detector
Justyna Lagoda, National Centre for Nuclear Research, Poland

on behalf of T2K collaboration
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P4.025

Measurement of electron (anti-)neutrinos at the T2K near detector
Georgios Christodoulou, University of Liverpool, UK
on behalf of T2K collaboration
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P4.026

Optimizing the θ23 octant search in long baseline neutrino experiments
Sampsa Vihonen, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland
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P4.027

A multi-channel optical module for the Hyper-K experiment
Gianfranca De Rosa, INFN and University of Naples, Italy

on behalf of Hyper-Kamiokande collaboration
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P4.028

Hyper-Kamiokande and neutrino astrophysics
Takatomi Yano, Kobe University, Japan

on behalf of Hyper-Kamiokande collaboration
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P4.029 Single-pion production in the NEUT neutrino interaction generator
Clarence Wret, Imperial College London, UK
on behalf of T2K collaboration
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P4.030 An accelerator-produced, sub-GeV dark matter search with the MiniBooNE neutrino detector
Robert Cooper, New Mexico State University, USA
on behalf of MiniBooNE collaboration
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P4.031 Neutrino spin and flavor mixing and oscillations in longitudinal magnetic field
Alexander Studenikin, Lomonosov Moscow State University & JINR, Russia
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P4.032 Bounds on electromagnetic dipole moments of the tau-neutrino in a U(1)_(B-L) model
Maria A Hernandez-Ruiz, Universidad Autonoma de Zacatecas, Mexico
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P4.033 Short-baseline neutrinooscillations, Planck, and Icecube
Alexander Friedland, SLAC, USA
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P4.034 Astrophysical probes of electromagnetic neutrinos
Konstantin Kouzakov, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
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P4.035 QCD running in neutrinoless double beta decay: Short-range mechanisms
Marcela Paz González, UTFSM, Chile
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P4.036

Violation of the leggett-garg inequality in neutrino oscillations
Talia Weiss, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
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P4.037

Background simulations for the ECHo experiment
Stephan Scholl, Kepler Center for Astro and Particle Physics, Germany

on behalf of ECHo collaboration
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P4.038

The electron capture in Ho-163 experiment ECHo: towards sub-eV sensitivity on the electron neutrino mass
Loredana Gastaldo, Kirchhoff Institute for Physics, Heidelberg University, Germany

on behalf of ECHo  collaboration
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P4.039

HOLMES: neutrino mass measurement with 163Ho
Marco Faverzani, Università di Milano-Bicocca, Italy

on behalf of HOLMES collaboration
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P4.040

Search for sterile neutrinos with KATRIN
Susanne Mertens, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

on behalf of KATRIN collaboration
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P4.041

A Pre-KATRIN search for keV-scale sterile neutrinos
Anton Huber, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

on behalf of KATRIN collaboration
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P4.042

The SuperNEMO calorimeter
Christine Marquet, CENBG/CNRS, France
on behalf of SuperNEMO collaboration
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P4.043

Neutrino mass analysis strategy for the Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino Experiment (KATRIN)
Marco Kleesiek, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

on behalf of KATRIN collaboration
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P4.044

Results of the first cool-down of the KATRIN cryogenic pumping section
Carsten Röttele, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

on behalf of KATRIN collaboration
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P4.045

Monitoring the KATRIN source properties within the beamline
Enrico Ellinger, Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany

on behalf of KATRIN collaboration

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P4.046 Neutrinos in the review of particle properties
Maury Goodman, Argonne, USA
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P4.047

Project 8 phase III design concept
Brent VanDevender, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, USA

on behalf of Project 8 collaboration
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P4.048 Sensitivity of 163-Ho experiments to a eV-scale sterile neutrino
Carlo Giunti, INFN, Italy
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P4.049

Status of the AMoRE experiment
Hyon-Suk Jo, Institute for Basic Science, South Korea

on behalf of AMoRE collaboration
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P4.050

AXEL: neutrinoless double beta decay search with a high pressure Xe gas TPC
Sheng Pan, Kyoto University, Japan

on behalf of AXEL collaboration
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P4.051

The CUORE slow monitoring system
Laura Gladstone, MIT, USA

on behalf of CUORE collaboration
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P4.052

Analysis techniques for the evaluation of the neutrinoless double-beta decay lifetime in 130Te with CUORE-0
Stefano Pozzi, INFN/Università Milano Bicocca, Italy

on behalf of CUORE collaboration
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P4.053

The CUORE cryostat: a 10 mK infrastructure for large bolometric arrays
Stefano Dell'Oro, INFN, Italy

on behalf of CUORE collaboration
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P4.054

CUPID: CUORE Upgrade with particle identification
Yury Kolomensky, UC Berkeley/LBNL, USA

on behalf of CUPID collaboration
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P4.055

Status and improved detector performance of EXO-200
Yi-Hsuan Lin, Drexel University, USA

on behalf of EXO-200 collaboration
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P4.056

The sensitivity of the nEXO experiment to majorana neutrinos
Caio Licciardi, Carleton University, Canada

on behalf of EXO-200 and nEXO collaborations
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P4.057

Active background suppression with the liquid argon scintillation veto of GERDA Phase II
Christoph Wiesinger, TU München, Germany

on behalf of GERDA collaboration
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P4.058

A neutrinoless double beta decay search based on ZnMoO4 and Li2MoO4 scintillating bolometers
Andrea Giuliani, CNRS/CSNSM, France

on behalf of LUMINEU collaboration
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P4.059

Background model for the MAJORANA demonstrator
Clara Cuesta, University of Washington, USA

on behalf of MAJORANA collaboration
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P4.060

The status and initial results of the MAJORANA demonstrator neutrinoless double-beta decay experiment
Matthew Green, NC State University & Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA

on behalf of MAJORANA collaboration
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P4.061

Measurement of the double-beta decay half-life and search for the neutrinoless double-beta decay of Ca-48 with the NEMO-3 detector
David Waters, University College London, UK

on behalf of NEMO-3 collaboration
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P4.062

Measurement of the Double-Beta Decay Half-Life and Search for the Neutrinoless Double-Beta Decay of Cd-116 with the NEMO-3 Detector
Alberto Remoto, Laboratoire d’Annecy-le-Vieux de Physique des Particules (LAPP), France

on behalf of NEMO-3 collaboration
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P4.063

Informing nEXO R&D through simulations
Samuele Sangiorgio, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA

on behalf of nEXO collaboration
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P4.064

Topological signature in the NEXT high pressure xenon TPC
Paola Ferrario, IFIC, Spain

on behalf of NEXT collaboration
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P4.065

Sensitivity of the NEXT100 detector to neutrinoless double beta decay
Neus Lopez March, IFIC - Universitat de Valencia, Spain

on behalf of NEXT collaboration
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P4.066

The NEW detector: construction, commissioning and first results
Miquel Nebot-Guinot, Instituto de Física Corpuscular (IFIC), CSIC & Universitat de València, Spain

on behalf of NEXT collaboration
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P4.067

Physics capabilities of the SNO+ experiment
Ashley Back, Queen Mary University of London, UK

on behalf of SNO+ collaboration
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P4.068

Background analysis for the SNO+ experiment
Jeanne Wilson, Queen Mary University of London, UK

on behalf of SNO+ collaboration
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P4.069

Calibration of the SNO+ experiment
Jose Maneira, LIP-Lisbon, Portugal

on behalf of SNO+ collaboration
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P4.070

Status of the SuperNEMO integration in the modane underground laboratory
Mathieu Bongrand, LAL / CNRS / Univ Paris Sud, France

on behalf of SuperNEMO collaboration
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P4.071

Gamma-tracking and sensitivity to gamma-emitting backgrounds in SuperNEMO
Steven Calvez, Université Paris-Saclay, LAL, France

on behalf of SuperNEMO collaboration
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P4.072

Construction and commissioning of the SuperNEMO demonstrator module tracker
Ashwin Chopra, University College London, UK

on behalf of SuperNEMO collaboration
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P4.073

Development of an optical simulation for the SuperNEMO calorimeter
Arnaud Huber, CENBG/CNRS/Université de Bordeaux, France

on behalf of SuperNEMO collaboration
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P4.074

Search for double beta decay processes of 124Xe with XENON100 &XENON1T
Alexander Fieguth, WWU Muenster, Germany

on behalf of XENON collaboration
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P4.075 A next-generation 76Ge double-beta decay experiment
Steven Ray Elliott, Los Alamos National Laboratory, United States
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P4.076 Neutrinoless double beta decay, nuclear environment and structure
Fedor Simkovic, Comenius University + JINR Dubna, Slovakia
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P4.077 Measurement of neutron capture on 136Xe
Sean Daugherty, Indiana University, USA
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P4.078

Experimental study of decoherence effect with reactor neutrino experiment data
Chan Fai Wong, Sun Yat-Sen University, China

on behalf of SYSU, JINR and CUHK collaborations
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P4.079

Oscillation analysis with two detectors in the Double Chooz experiment
Pau Novella, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
on behalf of Double Chooz collaboration
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P4.080

Combining different reactor experiments to resolve the spectral anomaly
Julia Haser, MPIK Heidelberg, Germany
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P4.081

VALOR joint oscillation analysis using multiple LAr-TPC detectors in the Booster Neutrino Beam at Fermilab
Lorena Escudero, University of Cambridge, UK
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P4.082

Supernova neutrinos at the deep underground neutrino experiment
Michael Baird, University of Sussex, UK

on behalf of DUNE collaboration
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P4.083

Present and future lead-based supernova detectors
Clarence Virtue, Laurentian University / SNOLAB, Canada

on behalf of HALO collaboration
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P4.084

Detecting fast time variations in the supernova neutrino flux with Hyper-Kamiokande
Jost Migenda, University of Sheffield, UK

on behalf of Hyper-Kamiokande collaboration
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P4.085

Supernova Neutrino Observation at JUNO
Liangjian Wenlj, Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

on behalf of JUNO collaboration
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P4.086 The core collapse supernova rate from 24 years of data of the Large Volume Detector
Carlo Francesco Vigorito, University and INFN Torino, Italy
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P4.087

Supernova neutrino detection in NOvA experiment
Andrey Sheshukov, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia

on behalf of NOvA collaboration
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P4.088

Results from the search for eV-sterile neutrinos with IceCube
Carlos Argüelles Delgado, MIT, USA

on behalf of IceCube collaboration
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P4.089

Emissivity of neutrinos in supernova in the pair-annihilation process beyond the standard model
Alejandro Gutiérrez Rodríguez, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, Mexico
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P4.090

Observations of presupernova neutrinos relating to the final evolution of massive stars
Takashi Yoshida, University of Tokyo, Japan
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P4.091

Withdrawn

P4.092

Anti-reflective coatings for scintillating bolometers
Alexander Leder, MIT, USA
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P4.093 Sensitivity of liquid xenon dark matter detectors to supernova neutrinos
Shayne Reichard, Purdue University, USA
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