Several future neutrino experiments are planned worldwide to address unresolved issues in neutrino physics and to shape the future direction of particle physics. NuPhys2019 will discuss the current status of these experiments, with a particular focus on their prospective performance and physics reach.
This conference will be unique in addressing the synergy between the planned experiments and their phenomenological aspects and very timely as the design of those experiments is currently ongoing. The latest results will be presented from both theory and experiment.
To encourage and facilitate the participation of early-career researchers and PhD students, a poster session will be a key activity of the meeting. 30 poster presenters (those who register first) will also give a short presentation on their poster. Prizes to the best two experimental and best two theory posters, based on the participants' votes, will be awarded.
- Theoretical and phenomenological perspectives
- Future long- and short-baseline neutrino oscillation experiments
- Reactor neutrinos and fluxes
- Neutrinoless double beta decay
- Solar, atmospheric and supernova neutrinos
- Neutrino cosmology
The 2015 Nobel Prize in Physics laureate Takaaki Kajita will participate in the conference.