Room: Bldg. 362
Date: from 25 Apr 10:45 to 26 Apr 17:00
25 Apr 10:45 - 12:30 PM
- Dr. Kayser, Boris Kayser (Fermilab)
25 Apr 14:00 - 3:30 PM
- Prof. Huber, Patrick (Virginia Tech)
25 Apr 16:00 - 5:00 PM
- Prof. de Gouvea, Andre (Northwestern University)
26 Apr 08:30 - 10:30 AM
- Bernstein, Adam (LLNL)
- Prof. Gershtein, Yuri (Rutgers University)
26 Apr 11:00 - 12:30 PM
- Scholberg, Kate (Duke University)
26 Apr 14:00 - 3:30 PM
- Dr. Zeller, Sam (FNAL)
Timetable | Contribution List
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- How do we communicate the importance of neutrino physics to the other Frontiers? - How do we ensure that "stovepiping" of funding within/between Frontiers doesn't limit opportunities for science? - How can we mitigate "stovepiping" within/between HEP and NP (DOE and NSF) that can limit opportunities for science? - How can we exploit opportunities at the interfaces between the frontiers? - H ... More
Presented by Doug COWEN, Reyco HENNING, Bob MCKEOWN, Andreas PIEPKE, Dr. Robert ROSER, Dr. Jonghee YOO, Michael RAMSEY-MUSOLF on 26/4/2013 at 13:30
- What is the role of neutrino theory? - What are the most pressing questions for neutrino theory today? - What should be the size of the neutrino community? - If we need to grow the neutrino theory community, how can we do it?
Presented by K.S. BABU, Prof. Baha BALANTEKIN, Prof. Patrick HUBER, Prof. Jonathan Link LINK, Prof. Hugh GALLAGHER, Jorge G. MORFIN, Dr. Harry LEE on 25/4/2013 at 21:00
- How do we communicate the importance of fundamental and applied neutrino physics to Congress and the public? - What synergies exist between fundamental neutrino physics and proposed applications of neutrinos in other fields? - How can the community best take advantage of these synergies? - What training is useful for scientists to facilitate these synergies? - What technologies - accelerator ... More
Presented by Ed BLUCHER, Dr. Zelimir DJURCIC, Glenn HORTON-SMITH, Josh KLEIN, Dick LANZA, Prof. Karl VAN BIBBER, Herman WHITE on 26/4/2013 at 14:30
- Do we need a robust program of experiments at different scales? - What are the opportunities for smaller projects? - How can we ensure that new ideas can find fertile ground? - What should be the strategy beyond the next decade?
Presented by Prof. Alan BROSS, Mrs. Amy CONNOLLY, Janet CONRAD, Prof. Joseph Formaggio FORMAGGIO, Mrs. Giorgio GRATTA, Prof. Kevin MCFARLAND, Pieter MUMM, Dr. Steve BRICE on 26/4/2013 at 16:00
- What are the most important neutrino physics goals? - How well do we need to know the standard neutrino sector parameters? - What is the relative importance of testing the 3-flavor paradigm and exploring anomalies? - How do we frame a convincing and accurate narrative regarding the importance of the PMNS phase for understanding the lepton/baryon asymmetry of the Universe?
Presented by Prof. Francis HALZEN, Ken LANDE, William LOUIS, Bill MARCIANO, Stephen PARKE, Ryan PATTERSON, Robert PLUNKETT, Prof. Jonathan ROSNER on 25/4/2013 at 16:20
- How will LBNE test the 3-flavor paradigm in the context of a long-term program? What are other alternatives? - How important is breadth of program? - What aspect of LBNE does the community most value? Underground, near detector, more target mass?
Presented by Dr. Christopher MAUGER, Prof. Mark MESSIER, Jennifer RAAF, Dr. Regina RAMEIKA, Robert SVOBODA, Prof. Robert WILSON on 25/4/2013 at 19:00
- What are the opportunities for international participation in U.S. neutrino experiments? - What are the opportunities for U.S. participation in neutrino physics experiments abroad? - How can we optimize the global program?
Presented by Francesca DI LODOVICO, Tord EKELOF, Maury GOODMAN, Steve KETTELL, Prof. Yeongduk KIM, Young-Kee KIM, Prof. Kenneth LONG, Dr. Shekhar MISHRA, Dr. Hélio DA MOTTA, Nigel SMITH, Prof. Masashi YOKOYAMA on 26/4/2013 at 19:00