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Fermilab Physics Advisory Committee Meeting - June 20-21, 2016
from to (US/Central)
at Gleacher Center, Chicago
at Gleacher Center, Chicago
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10:30 - 12:20
Open Session: Ongoing Accelerator-based Program (110’)
POT / Accelerator expectations for FY17
Speaker: Mary Convery (Fermilab) Material: Slides
Speaker: Dr. Peter Shanahan (Fermilab) Material: Slides
(including items from January PAC report)
Speaker: Prof. Bonnie Fleming (Yale University) Material: Slides
- 10:30 POT / Accelerator expectations for FY17 45'
14:50 - 16:30
Open Session: Non-Accelerator Program and Possibilities (130’)
Particle Astrophysics Plan
Speaker: Dr. Scott Dodelson (Fermilab) Material: Slides
Neutrinoless double-beta-decay overview
Speaker: Donald Geesaman (Argonne National Laboratory) Material: Slides
Beyond neutrino oscillation physics with scintillator-based neutrino detectors.
Speaker: Josh Klein (University of Pennsylvania) Material: Slides
- 14:50 Particle Astrophysics Plan 40'
- 10:30 - 12:20 Open Session: Ongoing Accelerator-based Program (110’)
08:30 - 10:30
Open session: Future Neutrinos (120’)
Speaker: Christopher Mossey (FNAL) Material: Slides Video
DUNE update including Near Detector TF report + focus areas from January PAC report
Speaker: Prof. Mark Thomson (University of Cambridge) Material: Slides
LBNC Report on DUNE & SBN
Speaker: Dr. David MacFarlane (SLAC National Accelerator Lab) Material: Slides
- 08:30 LBNF update 30'
10:50 - 14:10
Open Session: Accelerator-based program and Theory (120’)
ANNIE update / request
Speaker: Prof. Mayly Sanchez (Iowa State University) Material: Slides
Speakers: Dr. Deborah Harris (Fermilab), Prof. Kevin McFarland (University of Rochester) Material: Slides
Muon g-2 inflector
Speakers: Prof. Bradley Lee Roberts (Boston University), Prof. David Hertzog (University of Washington) Material: Slides
Theory Plan: Fermilab
Speaker: Dr. Marcela Carena (Fermilab) Material: Slides
Theory activities: SLAC
Speaker: Prof. JoAnne Hewett (SLAC) Material: Slides
- 10:50 ANNIE update / request 30'
CMB Stage 4 Status
Speaker: Prof. John Carlstrom (University of Chicago) Material: Slides
- 08:30 - 10:30 Open session: Future Neutrinos (120’)