Neutrino Geoscience 2019 Prague

from Monday, October 21, 2019 (8:30 AM) to Wednesday, October 23, 2019 (1:00 PM)
Conference center of the Czech Association of Scientific and Technical Societies (Room 319 (3rd floor))

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Oct 21, 2019
Oct 22, 2019
Oct 23, 2019
8:30 AM --- check-in / on-site registration ---
9:30 AM Welcome + official kick-off - Prof. Vladimír Baumruk Ondřej Šrámek (Charles University)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
9:40 AM Introduction to Geoneutrinos - Prof. Mark Chen (Queen's University)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
10:00 AM Geoneutrino measurement with KamLAND - Hiroko Watanabe (Tohoku University)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
10:30 AM Borexino: Latest Improvements of the Geoneutrino Results - Ms Sindhujha Kumaran (IKP-2, Forschungszentrum Jülich)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
11:00 AM --- coffee break ---
11:30 AM The Mantle's Radioactive Power - Understanding the Geoneutrino Signal - Prof. William McDonough (University of Maryland)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
9:00 AM --- registration desk opened ---
9:15 AM --- GROUP PHOTO on the Charles Bridge ---
9:30 AM Geo-neutrinos in SNO+ - Ingrida Semenec (Queen's University)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
10:00 AM Geoneutrino Measurement at JUNO - Bedrich Roskovec (University of California, Irvine)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
10:30 AM Progress of Jinping Neutrino Experiment Program - Prof. Benda Xu (Tsinghua University)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
11:00 AM --- coffee break ---
11:30 AM Old Truths and new Views on the Formation and Evolution of the Earth - Dr Christoph Burkhardt (Institut für Planetologie WWU Münster)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
9:00 AM --- registration desk opened ---
9:30 AM Antineutrino Directional Measurement - Hiroko Watanabe (Tohoku University)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
10:00 AM Dynamics and Energetics of Earth's Core - Dr Davies Chris (University of Leeds)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
10:30 AM Hunting the K40 Geoneutrinos - Zhe Wang (Tsinghua University)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
11:00 AM --- coffee break ---
11:30 AM Detecting 40K geoneutrinos with LiquidO - Mr Andrea Serafini (on behalf of LiquidO collaboration) (University of Ferrara & INFN)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
12:00 PM Mantle convection, plate tectonics and the thermo-chemical evolution of the Earth - Paul Tackley (ETH Zurich)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
12:30 PM Earth tomography with KM3NeT/ORCA - Mr Lukas Maderer (Lukas)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
1:00 PM --- lunch break ---
2:30 PM Reactor Antineutrino Flux and Spectrum - Dr Chao Zhang (Brookhaven National Laboratory)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
3:00 PM Crust modeling with quantitative and objective uncertainty estimation - Nozomu Takeuchi (University of Tokyo)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
3:20 PM --- group photo ---
3:35 PM Geochemical modeling for no-bias balance calculation - Dr Kenta Ueki (JAMSTEC)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
3:55 PM Geoneutrino flux integration without underestimation of errors - Sanshiro Enomoto (University of Washington)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
4:15 PM Neutrino Research in the Czech Republic - Jaroslav Zalesak (Insitute of physics, Czech Academy of Sciences (CZ))   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
4:40 PM poster mini-presentations   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
5:00 PM --- welcome drink ---
5:30 PM
Poster session (until 7:30 PM) (Room 319 (3rd floor))
5:30 PM Analysis Strategies for the Updated Geoneutrino Measurement with Borexino: - Ms Sindhujha Kumaran (IKP-2, Forschungszentrum Jülich)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
5:30 PM Crustal density structure of South China and South China Sea - Dr Ya Xu ( Insititute of geology and geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
5:30 PM Effect of the overburden on the geoneutrino signal at SNO+ - Dr Virginia Strati (University of Ferrara, Department of Physics and Earth Sciences, Ferrara, Italy; INFN, Ferrara Section, Ferrara, Italy)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
5:30 PM Geoneutrino measurements with Borexino: implications for geoscience - Prof. Fabio Mantovani (on behalf of Borexino collaboration) (University of Ferrara - INFN Ferrara)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
5:30 PM Heat flow from the core and the thermal evolution of the Earth - Vojtěch Patočka   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
5:30 PM Ocean Bottom Detector : toward direct measurement of mantle geoneutrinos - Hiroko Watanabe (Tohoku University) Dr Kenta Ueki (JAMSTEC)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
5:30 PM Probing the Earth Core Composition with Neutrino Oscillation Tomography - Veronique Van Elewyck (Universite Paris Diderot)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
12:00 PM Geo-neutrino program at Baksan Neutrino Observatory - Yury Malyshkin (INR RAS, INFN)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
12:30 PM Global Crustal Thickness and Velocity Structure From Geostatistical Analysis of Seismic Data - Wolfgang Szwillus (Kiel University)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
1:00 PM --- lunch break ---
2:00 PM WINTERC-grav: a new upper mantle thermochemical model constrained coupled geophysical-petrological inversion of seismic waveforms, heat flow, surface elevation and gravity satellite data - JAVIER FULLEA URCHULUTEGUI (Physics of the Earth and Astrophysics deparment, Faculty of Physics, UCM (Spain))   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
2:30 PM JULOC:A Local 3-D High-Resolution Crustal Model in South China for Forecasting Geoneutrino Measurements at JUNO - Prof. Zhiwei LI   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
3:00 PM GIGJ: a crustal gravity model of the Guangdong Province for predicting the geoneutrino signal at the JUNO experiment - Prof. Mirko Reguzzoni (Politecnico di Milano)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
3:30 PM --- coffee break ---
4:00 PM Reference Models for Lithospheric Geoneutrino Signal - William McDonough (University of Maryland)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
4:25 PM Geoneutrino Contributions from the Deep Lithosphere - Laura Sammon (University of Maryland College Park)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
4:50 PM Terrestrial 40K geoneutrinos and Solar CNO neutrinos - Valery Sinev   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
5:15 PM discussion   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
8:00 PM --- Conference dinner ---
12:00 PM Quantifying Geochemical Anomalies in the Mantle Using Geoneutrinos - Bedrich Roskovec (University of California, Irvine)   (Room 319 (3rd floor))
12:30 PM discussion and closing remarks   (Room 319 (3rd floor))