Jul 21 – 25, 2015
Wilson Hall
US/Central timezone
Neutrino Theory and Phenomenology Workshop
In the coming decades, Fermilab will play a central role in the field of neutrino physics worldwide. Its short- and long-baseline neutrino program will provide the perfect benchmark to study neutrino interactions and oscillations, as well as to test for new physics in the neutrino sector. Additional and valuable information will come from the combination with data from atmospheric neutrinos, cosmology, neutrino telescopes, colliders and neutrinoless double beta decay experiments.
In view of the upcoming opportunities in experimental neutrino physics at Fermilab, it is very relevant to advance as much as possible in our understanding of neutrino theory and phenomenology. This will be the main goal of the workshop. The program will cover a wide variety of topics, including:
   - long-baseline neutrino experiments
   - short-baseline opportunities to test the neutrino sector
   - non-accelerator neutrinos
   - origins of neutrino mixing and masses
   - the role of neutrinos in cosmology
The deadline to request local support has already passed. Registration is open until July 21, or until the maximum allowed number of registrants is reached.
There is no registration fee.
Wilson Hall
One West, 1st floor
Hours, maps and directions to the Fermilab site can be found at: http://www.fnal.gov/pub/visiting/hours/index.html