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Aspen Winter Workshop--New Directions in Neutrino Physics
Aspen Center for Physics
Aspen Center for Physics
700 West Gillespie Street, Aspen, CO 81611
Andre de Gouvea
(Northwestern University), Carter Hall
(University of Maryland), Cristina Volpe
(APC-Astroparticule et Cosmology, Paris), David Saltzberg
(Univ. of California Los Angeles), Gail McLaughlin
(North Carolina State University), Kate Scholberg
(Duke University), Ryan Patterson
Nearly a decade ago, a clear path forward was developed by the neutrino physics community. Exciting new results have recently come out as early steps along that path. The time is now ripe to look at new experimental ideas that have arisen and the performance of current experiments. This conference will take the current status of experiment as its launching point. We will examine new accelerator and reactor oscillation results, prospects for learning about mass hierarchy and leptonic CP violation, and potential for new physics in oscillation experiments. We will also cover the latest developments in neutrino physics, astrophysics and cosmology more broadly, including neutrinoless double beta decay, neutrino interactions, and supernovae. The emphasis of the conference will be on how new experimental techniques and theoretical ideas will impact the future directions of the field.
Neutrino-Nucleus Coherent Scattering as a Probe of Nuclear Neutron Density Distributions25m
(North Carolina State University)
Searches for new physics through coherent scattering at pion decay-at-rest neutrino sources25m
A new way to probe the sterile neutrino: kaon decay-at-rest25m
First Measurement of θ<sub>13</sub> from Delayed Neutron Capture on Hydrogen in Double Chooz25m
Using Large-Area Fast Photosensors in Future Neutrino Detectors25m
(Iowa State University / ANL)
New photon detection solutions for future neutrino detectors25m
"Nonstandard" Neutrino Interactions25m
(Los Alamos National Laboratory)
A new method for a sterile neutrino search in a 2-reactor 1-detector configuration25m
POSTER SESSION AND COCKTAIL PARTY1h 30m
--> J. J. Cherry (LANL/UNM-Albuquerque) "The Scattered Neutrino Halo"
--> Konstantin Goulianos (Rockefeller Univ.) "The total cross section and its diffractive components"
--> David Martinez (CBPF) and Deborah Harris (Fermilab) "Inclusive Charged Current Interactions at MINERvA"
--> Shunsaku Horiuchi (UC Irvine) "Supernova Neutrino Detection Prospects at Current and Future Neutrino Detectors"
--> David Kaleko (Columbia) "MicroBooNE and Liquid Argon Time Projection Chambers"
--> Ranjan Laha (Ohio State Univ.), "PeV cascades at IceCube: atmospheric prompt or astrophysical neutrinos?"
--> Benjamin Laroque (UC Santa Barbara), "Investigation of an active radio frequency technique for electron spectroscopy"
--> Reina Maruyama (Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison) "Status of CUORE"
--> Kevin McFarland (U. Rochester) "Quasi-Elastic Scattering at MINERvA"
--> Kate Scholberg (Duke) "SNOwGLoBES: SuperNova Observatories with GLoBES"
--> Taritree Wongjirad (Duke) "Measuring Scintillation Light From Quantum Dot Nanocrystals"