December 8, 2008
Europe/Zurich timezone
We will bring together experts in both theory and experiment to evaluate the prospects for measuring the absolute neutrino mass with new (post-KATRIN) technologies, and for eventually detecting cosmological neutrino relics with radioactive isotopes. These technologies include radioactive ion storage rings, crystallized beams, beta beams, atomic spectroscopy, low-Q isotopes, laser atomic trapping, laser detection, and evaporative cooling. The goal of this workshop will be to identify promising directions for detector and beams technology development, stimulate theoretical work useful towards these measurements, identify the technologies which can reach the next orders of magnitude over KATRIN sensitivity and possibly discover neutrino relics, and to sketch a design for a next-generation neutrino mass instrument or research that could lead in this direction.
6-2-024 AB Auditorium