Programme


Programme

Thursday 19 December 2013

 09.00   Welcome 
 09.10  Theory Prospective on Flavour
 Ferruccio Feruglio, University of Padua, Italy
 09.50   Latest results on the neutrino mass-mixing parameters
 Eligio Lisi, University of Bari, Italy
 10.20  Present and Future Reactor Experiments
 Yifang Wang, IHEP, China
   
 11.00  Refreshments
   
 11.30  Neutrino Reactor Flux
 Muriel Fallot, Subatech-Nantes, France
 12.00  Atmospheric neutrinos present and future
 Stefan Soldner-Rembold, University of Manchester, UK
 12.30  Latest results on MINOS/NOvA
 Christopher Backhouse, Caltech, USA
   
 13.00  Lunch
   
 14.30  Future prospects on long-baseline neutrino experiments in the US
 Robert Wilson, Colorado State University, USA
 15.00  Current and future prospects on long-baseline neutrino experiments in Japan
 Tsuyoshi Nakaya, Kyoto University, Japan
 15.40  Current and future prospects on long-baseline neutrino experiments in Europe
 David Wark, University of Oxford/ STFC-RAL, UK
 16.20  Statistical issues in long baseline neutrino physics
 Alessandra Tonazzo, APC - Universite' Paris 7, France
   
 16.50  Refreshments
   
 17.20  Short Baseline Neutrino Experiments Present and Future
 Teppei Katori, Queen Mary, University of London, UK
 17.50  From Nu-Storm to neutrino factory
 Alan Bross, Fermilab, USA
 18.30  Neutrino physics at high energy colliders
 Alain Blondel - University of Geneva, Switzerland
   
 19.00  Poster reception
   
 20.30  Conference dinner

 Friday 20 December 2013

 09.00  Sterile neutrinos
 Joachim Kopp, Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics, Germany
 09.30  Solar neutrinos: review and prospectives 
 Marco Pallavicini, University degli Studi di Genova, Italy
 10.10  Theory Prospective on Masses
 Serguey Petcov, SISSA, Italy
   
 10.50  Refreshments
   
 11.20  Direct neutrino mass determination present and future
 Guido Drexlin, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Germany
 11.50  Neutrinoless double beta decay experiments
 Mark Chen, Queen's University, Canada
 12.30  Nuclear matrix elements for neutrinoless double beta decays
 Fedor Simkovic, BLTP, JINR, Russia
   
 13.00  Lunch
   
 14.30  Neutrino masses at the LHC
 Frank Deppisch, University College London, UK
 15.00  Neutrino Mass from Cosmology
 Licia Verde, ICC - Universidad de Barcelona, Spain
 15.30  Charged Lepton Flavour Violation future
 Yoshi Uchida, Imperial College London, UK
 16.00  Summary and Prospectives
 Chang Kee Jung, The State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA
 16.30  Outlook
 16.40  Refreshments

 


Key dates

  • Proceedings submission deadline:
    25 April 2014