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  • Paper submission deadline:
    30 September 2016

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   1: Welcome and introduction 5: Reactor neutrinos 9. Determination of the mass ordering and search for CP-invariance violation Free day 13: Neutrino properties I : searches for neutrinoless double beta decay 17: Neutrinos as probes of the universe
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2: Three-flavour mixing; the Standard Neutrino Model 6: Neutrino interactions 10: Future neutrino oscillation experiments and their phenomenology 14: Neutrino properties II: searches for neutrinoless double beta decay (continued) and direct mass measurements 18: Innovation in the generation of neutrino beams
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Registration 3: Probing of the universe: neutrino astronomy 7: Sterile neutrino searches 11: Theories of neutrino mass, mixing, CP violation and leptogenesis 15: Neutrino cosmology 19: Summary and closing
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4: Impact: wider applications of neutrino science 8: Searches for phenomena beyond the Standard Neutrino Model 12: Charged-lepton flavour violation and other experimental searches 16: Global parameter estimation, statistics and detector development
 
Welcome reception
Imperial College London

Poster session and industry reception
RGS


Poster session
RGS

SNO and SNOLAB exhibition and reception
Canada House

Poster session
RGS

Public lecture
Ondaatje Theatre, RGS

Conference dinner
National Maritime Museum
Poster session
RGS

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