NExT Seminar Meeting

Europe/London (Zoom)



NExT Seminar Meeting

This half-day meeting of the NExT Institute will gather experienced and early career researchers to discuss recent progress and developments in particle physics.

The meeting will be held on Zoom, and participation is free of charge. Participants are kindly asked to register to help the organisation of the event.

Talks will run from 13:30 - 17:00.

Zoom link: All participants will be sent the connection details via email. Logged-in users will also be able to access the details here.

The NExT Institute is a regional alliance in the South-East of England (SEPnet) to promote Particle Physics at the interface between theory and experiment.

NExT Seminar Meeting (24 March 2021)
  • Ahmad Alachkar
  • Alexander Belyaev
  • Alexander Lind
  • Alexis Manuel Navarro Ruiz
  • Andrea Banfi
  • angelo maggi
  • Arran Charles Freegard
  • Bill Murray
  • Billy Ford
  • Bowen Fu
  • Charis Pooni
  • Ciara Byers
  • Dalius Stulga
  • Daniel Litim
  • Eloy de Jong
  • Ewan Miller
  • Francesca Di Lodovico
  • Francisco Martínez López
  • Giorgio Cerro
  • Giovanna Salvi
  • Harri Waltari
  • Huchan Lee
  • Ivana Hristova
  • Jacan Chaplais
  • Jack Holden
  • Jacob Linacre
  • James Alvey
  • Joanna Gao
  • John Ellis
  • Jonas Lindert
  • Josh McFayden
  • Joshua Davies
  • Jost Migenda
  • José Luis Carrasco Huillca
  • Ken Mimasu
  • Klaudia Wawrowska
  • Konstantinos Manolopoulos
  • Kristian Harder
  • Linda Cremonesi
  • Linda Cremonesi
  • Lorenzo Mai
  • Louis Hamaide
  • Malcolm Fairbairn
  • Manuel Reichert
  • Mauricio A. Diaz
  • Michael Soughton
  • Muhammad Ibrahim Abdulhamid
  • Nakorn Thongyoi
  • Nikolaos Mavromatos
  • Nikolas Kauer
  • Oscar Dias
  • Rajnandini Mukherjee
  • Robert Clemenson
  • Robert Kralik
  • Ryan Wood
  • Sammy Valder
  • Sarah Alanazi
  • Sarthak Choudhary
  • Shubhani Jain
  • Stefano Moretti
  • Steve King
  • Yannick Kluth
  • Yasar Hicyilmaz
  • Yi Liu
    • Neutrino and g-2
      Convener: Claire Shepherd-Themistocleous (RAL)
      • 1
        Latest neutrino interaction cross section measurements with NOvA
        Speaker: Linda Cremonesi (Queen Mary University of London)
      • 2
        Observing Supernova Neutrinos with Hyper-Kamiokande and SNEWS 2.0

        Hyper-Kamiokande is a next generation neutrino and nucleon decay experiment that is expected to start taking data in 2027. In this talk, I will introduce the experiment and discuss its capability to detect neutrinos from the next galactic supernova and how well this lets us identify the most realistic computer model of the supernova explosion. Finally, I will discuss upgrades to the SuperNova Early Warning System (SNEWS)—a network of neutrino detectors that will give astronomers advance notice when the next galactic supernova occurs.

        Speaker: Jost Migenda (King’s College London)
      • 3
        Fermion mass hierarchies from vector-like families with an extended 2HDM and a possible explanation for the electron and muon anomalous magnetic moment
        Speaker: Huchan Lee (The university of Southampton)
    • 3:00 PM
    • Dark matter and SMEFT
      Convener: Jacob Thomas Linacre (Science and Technology Facilities Council STFC (GB))