Mar 13 – 17, 2023
Europe/Zurich timezone

"Neutrino physics is largely the art of learning a great deal by observing nothing." This quote attributed to Israeli physicist Haim Harari, while not doing justice to modern neutrino detectors for which event pile-up is an actual issue, nevertheless illustrates the fascination exuded by the lightest of all (known) fermions.

The goal of the CERN Neutrino Platform Pheno Week 2023 is to bring together those who share this fascination around the world. The focus of the workshop will be primarily on phenomenology and theory and will cover the following topics:

  • long-baseline oscillations 
  • short-baseline physics 
  • models of flavor 
  • neutrinos at the LHC (FASERν, SND@LHC)
  • neutrino interactions and cross-sections 
  • physics beyond the Standard Model (including neutrinoless double beta decay)
  • neutrino astrophysics / neutrino astronomy
  • neutrino cosmology
  • ...

Confirmed speakers include Asli Abdullahi, Akitaka Ariga, Adi Ashkenazi, K.S. Babu, John Beacom, Alexey Boyarsky, Luis Alvarez-Ruso, Basudeb Dasgupta, Enrique Fernandez-Martinez, Kohta Murase, Serguey Petcov, Noemi Rocco, Kai Schmitz, Eleonora di Valentino, Wenjie Wu, and Xunjie Xu

Format: the workshop will be in hybrid format (in-person + Zoom). In-person attendance will be limited to around 80 participants. 

Registration: There is no registration fee. Applications to attend in-person and/or give a talk will be open until February 12, 2023. For online-only participation, also later applications will be considered. If you are interested in giving a talk, please register before January 15th, indicating the proposed title, as we will begin reviewing talk requests after that date.

Travel support: limited funds are available to support some participants' expenses.