First discussion of nuSTORM in the context of the Physics Beyond Colliders workshop
Seminar Room 119 (Sir Alexander Fleming Building, Imperial College London)
Seminar Room 119
Sir Alexander Fleming Building, Imperial College London
Sir Alexander Fleming Building
Imperial College London
London, SW7 2AZ
Kenneth Richard Long
(Imperial College (GB))
The physics potential of nuSTORM was presented in the September 2016 "Physics Beyond Colliders" (PBC) workshop kick-off meeting. A work-package has been created in the PBC workshop to consider the feasibility of implementing nuSTORM in the North Area at CERN and to evaluate its performance.
The meeting will review briefly the neutrino physics of nuSTORM and the work that has been done to date on its design. Time has been set aside in the agenda of the meeting for the discussion of the studies to be pursued in the context of the PBC workshop.
Please make your way to the Exhibition Road entrance of Imperial College London. The Sir Alexander Fleming (SAF) building (building 33 on the Campus map) is located on the road that leads from entrance to the College on the left-hand side. It is a large, modern glass structure. Please see the map of the College below.
To reach Seminar Room 119, enter the SAF building and go up the short flight of stairs directly opposite the entrance. Walk to the end of the mezzanine. Seminar Room 119 is located on the right hand side towards the end of the passage.
The times in the agenda below are local times; i.e. all times are in GMT.
Phone conference details for remote participants are listed in the second attachment below.