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25-27 April 2013
Argonne National Laboratory
US/Central timezone

Session

IF3: Neutrinos

Apr 25, 2013, 10:45 AM
Bldg. 362 Auditorium (Argonne National Laboratory)

Bldg. 362 Auditorium

Argonne National Laboratory

9700 S. Cass Avenue Lemont, IL 60439

Conveners

IF3: Neutrinos

  • Boris Kayser Kayser (Fermilab)

IF3: Neutrinos

  • Patrick Huber (Virginia Tech)

IF3: Neutrinos

  • Andre de Gouvea (Northwestern University)

IF3: Neutrinos

  • Adam Bernstein (LLNL)
  • Yuri Gershtein (Rutgers University)

IF3: Neutrinos

  • Kate Scholberg (Duke University)

IF3: Neutrinos

  • Sam Zeller (FNAL)

IF3: Neutrinos

  • There are no conveners in this block

Presentation Materials

Kate Scholberg (Duke University)
4/25/13, 10:45 AM
Sudeep Das (ANL)
4/25/13, 10:50 AM
Dr Christopher Mauger (LANL), Jennifer Raaf (Fermilab), Prof. Mark Messier (Indiana University), Dr Regina Rameika (Fermilab), Robert Svoboda (UC Davis), Prof. Robert Wilson (Colorado State University)
4/25/13, 2:00 PM
- 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?
Prof. Baha Balantekin (University of Wisconsin), Dr Harry Lee (Argonne National Lab), Prof. Hugh Gallagher (Tufts University), Prof. Jonathan Link Link (Virginia Tech), Jorge G. Morfin (Fermilab), K.S. Babu (Oklahoma State University), Prof. Patrick Huber (Virginia Tech)
4/25/13, 4:00 PM
- 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?
Prof. Alan Bross (Fermilab), Mrs Amy Connolly (OSU), Mrs Giorgio Gratta (Stanford University), Janet Conrad (MIT), Prof. Joseph Formaggio Formaggio (MIT), Prof. Kevin McFarland (University of Rochester), Pieter Mumm (NIST), Dr Steve Brice (FNAL)
4/26/13, 11:00 AM
- 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?
Francesca Di Lodovico (Queen Mary, University of London), Dr Hélio da Motta (CBPF), Prof. Kenneth Long (Imperial College London), Prof. Masashi Yokoyama (University of Tokyo), Maury Goodman (Argonne), Nigel Smith (SNOLAB), Dr Shekhar Mishra (Fermilab), Steve Kettell (BNL), Tord Ekelof (Uppsala U.), Prof. Yeongduk Kim (Sejong University), Young-Kee Kim (FNAL)
4/26/13, 2:00 PM
- 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?
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