Paper submission deadline:30 September 2016
Neutrino 2016 Public Lecture - Professor Brian Cox
As part of the conference programme, and in celebration of the award of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics for neutrinos, Professor Brian Cox will present an evening public lecture on neutrino physics and astrophysics at the Royal Geographical Society on Wednesday 6 July 2016.
Neutrinos are tiny, light and fast -- and they're everywhere, passing benignly through our bodies every day. Nearly every process in nuclear physics creates neutrinos, from natural radioactive decay inside the Earth, to fission reactors and high-energy particle collider experiments on its surface, fusion in the Sun and massive cosmic explosions like supernovae. Neutrino physicists from around the world are meeting in London to discuss the latest searches for new kinds of neutrinos, measurements of their extremely small masses and interactions, and their role in the physics of astronomical bodies. Professor Cox will take the audience on a tour of the world of the neutrino, explaining how such a little particle manages to live so large.
Friday 17 June 2016: Ballot Entry closes
Friday 24 June 2016: Tickets issued
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