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12-14 May 2011
Fermilab
US/Central timezone
The workshop will cover recent short-baseline neutrino results,theoretical interpretations, future neutrino facilities, and future short baseline neutrino experiments. The goal of the workshop will be to discuss future facilities and experiments that can be built at Fermilab and elsewhere to explore short-baseline neutrino physics (including neutrino oscillations, CP violation, sterile neutrinos, axion searches, cross sections, etc.).
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US/Central
Fermilab
One West
Wilson and Kirk Roads Batavia, IL 60510-5011
For any additional information please call Bill Louis at +1 505 667 6723 or Richard Van de Water at +1 505 667 6375, or send them an email.