Jul 26 – 28, 2017
University of Geneva
Europe/Zurich timezone
Please register before July 15!

This workshop will focus on development of the physics program for the NA61/SHINE detector in the years after CERN's Long Shutdown 2. This versatile detector has been used in recent years for heavy ion physics as well as particle production measurements for understanding neutrino beams and cosmic ray air showers. The collaboration is open to new potential physics opportunities from these or other physics communities. This workshop will provide a forum to present plans and ideas to current and potential new collaborators. A tour of the detector will be conducted.

Contributions on relevant physics, detector options, or related measurements are welcome. Please contact the organizing committee at the address below.

University of Geneva
Section de Physique, Quai Ernest-Ansermet 24, 1205 Genève

Organizing committee:

  • Antoni Aduszkiewicz (University of Warsaw)
  • Alain Blondel (University of Geneva)
  • Marek Gazdzicki (Goethe-Univ. Frankfurt)
  • Alysia D. Marino (University of Colorado)
  • Vittorio Paolone (University of Pittsburgh)
  • Boris Popov (LPNHE (Paris) / JINR (Dubna)) 
  • Szymon Puławski (Silesia Univ.)
  • Michael Unger (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
  • Philip von Doetinchem (University of Hawaii)
  • Eric D. Zimmerman (University of Colorado)