December 5, 2016
Lancaster University
GMT+0 timezone
Most of the neutrino oscillation experiments use two detectors (near and far) to measure the mixing matrix elements. The primary goal of the near detectors is to measure the composition of the un-oscillated neutrino flux. However, the near detectors are capable of performing many other measurements. The aim of the workshop is to explore what measurements are possible with existing near detectors of the neutrinos experiments. In addition to the discussion on the sterile neutrinos search, we will cover Lorentz Violation, muon neutrino magnetic moment and milli-charges, strange quark contribution to proton spin measurements, coupling to the dark sector and the New Physics search. Part of the discussion will include a possibility of upgrading of the current detectors and modification to the future detector to expand their sensitivities to the discussed measurements.
Lancaster University
PG Training Room, Science and Technology Building
Lancaster University, Bailrigg, Lancaster, LA14YW, United Kingdom
The workshop is funded by the IOP HEPP group.