Key dates

  • Paper submission deadline:
    30 September 2016

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Please note that the programme is subject to change.

Sunday 3 July
Monday 4 July
Tuesday 5 July
Wednesday 6 July
Thursday 7 July
Friday 8 July
Saturday 9 July

 

Sunday 3 July

from 15:00 Registration
Exhibition Road Foyer, Royal Geographical Society
18:00 - 20:00 Welcome reception
Imperial College London, Queen's Tower Rooms
   
[Neutrino 2016 Presentation Videos - All sessions]

Monday 4 July

Royal Geographical Society

1: Welcome and introduction

Chair: Stephen Parke, Fermilab
[Session 1 Video]

09:00

Welcome
James Stirling, Imperial College London, UK

09:10 Discovery of atmospheric neutrino oscillations and future prospect on oscillation experiments
Takaaki Kajita, University of Tokyo, Japan
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
09:40 The Sudbury Neutrino Observatory: Observation of flavor change for solar neutrinos
Arthur B McDonald, Queen's University, Canada
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
10:10 Observation of gravitational waves: Discovery, near-future plans and multimessenger prospects
Imre Bartos, Columbia University, USA
[view abstract pdf] [View slides pptx]
   
10:35 Refreshment break

2: Three-flavour mixing: the Standard Neutrino Model

Chair: Antonio Masiero, INFN and Univ. Padova

[Session 2 Video]

11:05 Status, recent results and plans for T2K
Hirohisa Tanaka, University of Toronto, Canada
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
11:30 New results from NOvA
Patricia Vahle, College of William and Mary, USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
11:55 Recent results from OPERA and review of other present LBL oscillation measurements
Dominique Duchesneau, Laboratoire d’Annecy-le-vieux de Physique des Particules (LAPP), France
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pptx]
12:20 New atmospheric and solar results from Super-Kamiokande
Shigetaka Moriyama, ICRR University of Tokyo, Japan
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
   
12:45 Lunch break

3: Probing of the universe: neutrino astronomy

Chair: Kate Scholberg, Duke University
[Session 3 Video]

14:00 The Borexino experiment: past, present and future
Nicola Rossi, INFN Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso (LNGS), Italy
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
14:25 The Sun and solar neutrinos
Francesco L Villante, University of L'Aquila and INFN Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso (LNGS), Italy
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
14:45 Neutrino astronomy with IceCube and beyond
Marek Kowalski, Humboldt-University Berlin / DESY, Germany
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
15:10 High-energy neutrino searches in the Mediterranean Sea: probing the Universe with ANTARES and KM3NeT/ARCA
Antoine Kouchner, Laboratoire AstroParticule et Cosmologie Université Paris Diderot, France
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
15:35 Multimessenger astronomy with neutrinos
Anna Franckowiak, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), Germany
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
   
16:00 Refreshment break

4: Impact: wider applications of neutrino science

Chair: John Womersley, STFC
[Session 4 Video]

16:30 Introduction
John Womersley, Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), UK
16:40 Non-proliferation and reactor monitoring
Yeongduk Kim, Centre for Underground Physics, Korea
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
17:00 Neutrino geology
Andrzej K Drukier, BioTraces Inc., USA
[view abstract pdf] 
17:20

Photosensors development and application
Yuji Yoshizawa, Hamamatsu Photonics, Japan
[view abstract pdf]

17:35 Session summary
John Womersley, Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC), UK
   
17:45 - 19:15 Poster session 1 and industry reception
   
   

Tuesday 5 July

Royal Geographical Society

5: Reactor neutrinos

Chair: Caren Hagner, Hamburg University
[Session 5 Video]

09:00 Reactor antineutrino fluxes - status and challenges
Patrick Huber, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
09:20 Status of the Daya Bay experiment
Zeyuan Yu, Institute of High Energy Physics Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
09:45 Results from RENO and prospects with RENO-50
Kyung Kwang Joo, Chonnam National University, South Korea
[view abstract pdf] [view slides ppt]
10:10 Double Chooz first multi-detector results
Anatael Cabrera, lnstitut National de Physique Nucléaire et de Physique des Particules (IN2P3), France
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
   
10:30 Refreshments

6: Neutrino interactions

Chair: Maury Goodman, Argonne National Laboratory
[Session 6 Video]

11:00 Theoretical challenges in neutrino scattering studies
Juan M Nieves, IFIC (CSIC & UV), Spain
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
11:20 Review of progress in measurements of neutrino-nucleus scattering
Kendall Mahn, Michigan State University, USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
11:40 Recent results from MINERvA
Laura Fields, Fermilab, USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
12:05 First Results From MicroBooNE
Matthew Toups, Femilab, USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
12:30 Future experimental programme for neutrino cross sections
Sara Bolognesi, CEA Saclay, France
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
   
12:50 Lunch break

7. Sterile neutrino searches

Chair: Bonnie Fleming,Yale University/Fermilab
[Session 7 Video]

14:00

New results from the MINOS+ experiment
Justin Evans, University of Manchester, UK
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]

14:25 Solar neutrino detectors as sterile neutrino hunters
Marco Pallavicini, Università degli Studi di Genova/INFN, Italy
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
14:50 Review of short-baseline reactor antineutrino experiments
Nathaniel Bowden, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
15:10 The Short Baseline Neutrino Program at Fermilab 
David Schmitz, University of Chicago, USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
15:35 Breaking news: new results from DANSS
Mikhail Danilov, ITEP, Russia
15:40 Refreshments

8: Searches for phenomena beyond the Standard Neutrino Model

Chair: Morimitsu Tanimoto, Niigata University
[Session 8 Video]

16:05 Oscillations beyond three-neutrino mixing
Carlo Giunti, INFN Sezione di Torino, Italy
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
16:30 Neutrino-nucleus coherent scattering at reactors and accelerators
Louis Strigari, Texas A&M University, USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
16:50 Prospects for the search for sterile neutrinos below the Fermi scale at the intensity frontier
Richard Jacobsson, CERN, Switzerland
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
17:10 Searches for heavy neutrinos at the LHC
Mitesh Patel, Imperial College London, UK
[view abstract pdf]
   
17:30 Roadmap for the international, accelerator-based neutrino programme; discussion document
Hirohisa Tanaka, University of Toronto, Canada
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
   
17:40 - 19:00 Poster session 2
   
from 18:00 - 20:00 Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) and SNOLAB exhibition and reception
Canada House
Pre-booked delegates only
   
   

Wednesday 6 July

Royal Geographical Society

9: Determination of the mass ordering and search for CP-invariance violation

Chair: Ed Kearns, Boston University
[Session 9 Video]

09:00 Long baseline neutrino oscillation phenomenology
Enrique Fernández Martínez, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
09:20 DUNE: Status and prospects
Jon Urheim, Indiana University, USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
09:45 The Hyper-Kamiokande experiment
Francesca Di Lodovico, Queen Mary University of London, UK
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
10:10 Hadron production experiments to constrain accelerator-based neutrino flux
Laura Zambelli, Laboratoire d’Annecy-le-Vieux de Physique des Particules (LAPP), France
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
   
10:30 Refreshments

10: Future neutrino oscillation experiments and their phenomenology

Chair: Agnieszka Zalewska, Institute of Nuclear Physics in Krakow
[Session 10 Video]

11:00 Status and prospects of the JUNO experiment
Gioacchino Ranucci, INFN Sezione di Milano, Italy
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
11:20 Physics of neutrino oscillations with atmospheric neutrino detectors
Soebur Razzaque, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
11:40 Atmospheric neutrino results from IceCube/DeepCore and plans for PINGU
David Jason Koskinen, Niels Bohr Institute - University of Copenhagen, Denmark
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
12:05 Neutrino mass hierarchy determination with KM3NeT/ORCA
Paschal Coyle, Centre de Physique des Particules de Marseille (CPPM), France
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
12:25 The status of INO
Srubabati Goswami, Physical Research Laboratory, India
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
   
12:45 Lunch break

11: Theory of neutrino mass, mixing, CP-invariance violation and leptogenesis

Chair: Jose Bernabeu, University of Valencia
[Session 11 Video]

14:00 Neutrino masses from different energy scales
André de Gouvêa, Northwestern University, USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
14:25 Theory of leptonic flavor mixing
Ferruccio Feruglio, INFN Sezione di Padova, Italy
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
14:50 Leptonic CP violation theory
Claudia Hagedorn, University of Southern Denmark, Demark
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
15:10 High energy see-saw models, GUTs and Leptogenesis
Pasquale Di Bari, University of Southampton, UK
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
   
15:30 Refreshments

12: Charged-lepton flavour violation and other experimental searches

Chair: Jenny Thomas, University College London
[Session 12 Video]

16:00 Theory of CLFV
Ana M Teixeira, lnstitut National de Physique Nucléaire et de Physique des Particules (IN2P3), France
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
16:20 Review of experimental CLFV searches
Wataru Ootani, University of Tokyo, Japan
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
16:45 Future decay-at-rest neutrino sources and their physics opportunities
Taritree Wongjirad, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA
[view slides pdf]
17:05 Physics potential of novel neutrino beams from pion and muon decay
Steve Boyd, University of Warwick, UK
[view abstract pdf]
   
17:30 - 19:00 Posters session 3
   
18:45 - 20:00 Public lecture - Professor Brian Cox
Online booking required
   

Thursday 7 July

Free day
   
18:30 - 21:30 Conference dinner
National Maritime Museum (arrival by Thames boat recommended, coach return to South Kensington provided)
   

Friday 8 July

Royal Geographical Society

13. Neutrino properties I: searches for neutrinoless double beta decay

Chair: Giorgio Gratta, Stanford University
[Session 13 Video]

09:00 Looking for lepton number violation
Frank Deppisch, University College London, UK
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
09:25 First results from GERDA Phase II
Matteo Agostini, Gran Sasso Science Institute and National Laboratory (GSSI/LNGS), Italy
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
09:45 Results and future plans for the KamLAND-Zen experiment
Junpei Shirai, Tohoku University, Japan
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
10:05 Status and prospects for the EXO-200 and nEXO experiments
Liang Yang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
10:25 Latest results from NEMO-3 and status of the SuperNEMO Neutrinoless Double-Beta Decay experiment
David Waters, University College London, UK
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
   
10:45 Refreshments

14. Neutrino properties II: searches for neutrinoless double beta decay (continued) and direct mass measurements

Chair: Nigel Smith, SNOLAB
[Session 14 Video]

11:15 Status and prospects for CUORE
Lucia Canonica, INFN Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso (LNGS), Italy
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
11:35 Initial Results from the MAJORANA DEMONSTRATOR
Steve Elliott, Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
11:55 Future neutrinoless double beta decay search experiments
Alex Wright, Institute of Particle Physics and Queen’s University, Canada
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
12:20 Direct mass searches: KATRIN and Project 8 and searches with Holmium
Kathrin Valerius, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
   
12:45 Lunch break

15: Neutrino cosmology

Chair: Jenni Adams, University of Canterbury
[Session 15 Video]

14:00 Neutrino properties from cosmology
Anze Slosar, Brookhaven National Laboratory, USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
14:25

The neutrino cosmological background: impact on structure
Matteo Viel, Trieste Observatory (INAF-OATS), Italy
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]

14:45 Neutrino mass from cosmological surveys
Ofer Lahav, University College London, UK
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
15:05 Sterile neutrinos as WDM and the 3.5 keV x-ray line
Alexey Boyarsky, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
   
15:30 Refreshments

16. Global parameter estimation, statistics and detector development

Chair: Masayuki Nakahata, University of Tokyo
[Session 16 Video]

16:00 Status and prospects of global analyses of neutrino mass-mixing parameters
Antonio Marrone, INFN Sezione di Bari, Italy
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
16:25 Statistical quantification of discovery in neutrino physics
David van Dyk, Imperial College London, UK
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
16:50 A review of progress in R&D for neutrino detectors
Tsutomu Fukuda, Nagoya University, Japan
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
17:10 Review of progress in the development of liquid-argon detectors and the CERN Neutrino Platform
Francesco Pietropaolo, CERN, Switzerland
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
17:30

Novel compact neutrino detector development
Antonin Vacheret, Imperial College London, UK
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]

   
17:50 - 19:20 Poster session 4
   
   

Saturday 9 July

Royal Geographical Society

17: Neutrinos as probes of the universe

Chair: Mayly Sanchez, Iowa State University
[Session 17 Video]

09:00 Review of indirect detection of dark matter with neutrinos
Matthias Danninger, University of British Columbia, Canada
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]

09:20

Neutrino signals at dark matter direct detection experiments
Peter Sorensen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
09:45 Supernova neutrinos: New challenges and future directions
Irene Tamborra, Niels Bohr Institute, Denmark
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
10:05 Supernova neutrinos in SK-Gd and other experiments
Hiroyuki Sekiya, Institute for Cosmic Ray Research University of Tokyo, Japan
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
   
10:25 Refreshments

18: Innovation in the generation of neutrino beams

Chair: Soo-Bong Kim, Seoul National University
[Session 18 Video]

10:55 J-PARC Accelerator and Neutrino Beamline Upgrade Programme
Megan Friend, KEK, Japan
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
11:20 FNAL Proton Improvement Plan
Vladimir Shiltsev, Fermilab, USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
11:45 Targetry challenges for the generation of high intensity neutrino beams
Patrick Hurh, Fermilab, USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
12:05 Development of muon accelerators for neutrino experiments
Durga Rajaram, Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), USA
[view abstract pdf] [view slides pdf]
   
12:30 Lunch break

19: Summary and closing

Chair: Gary Feldman, Harvard University
[Session 19 Video]

13:30 Prize-winning posters
[view slides pdf]
14:00 Experimental outlook
Mauro Mezzetto, INFN Sezione di Padova, Italy
[view slides pdf]
14:30

Theoretical outlook
Belén Gavela, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
[view slides pdf]

15:00 INC report and Neutrino 2018
Stephen Parke, Fermilab, USA
[view slides pdf]
15:15 Closing remarks
Ken Long, Imperial College London, UK and Silvia Pascoli, IPPP Durham University, UK (Neutrino 2016 Conference Co-chairs)
[view slides pptx]
   
15:30 Refreshments and close of conference
   
16:00 Conference closed

 

 

 

 

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