Neutrino Seminar Series

Neutrino Seminar Series and Neutrino Discussions

The Neutrino Seminar Series and Neutrino Discussions are intended to provide an opportunity to communicate ideas between the neutrino experiments and inject insight from relevant outside experts.

Regularly scheduled seminars will be held for bi-weekly on Thursdays from 1:00 – 2:00, in Wilson Hall One West. Discussions will be scheduled as needed and provide expanded time (up to 2 hrs) for detailed discussion.

Please see the schedule below for details. Discussions are marked accordingly.

Remote connection for seminars: 866-740-1260 and use ID listed below. For remote presentation viewing visit www.readytalk.com. International participants dial: Toll Number: 303-248-0285 Or International Toll-Free Number: http://www.readytalk.com/intl .

The organizers for this season are:

  • Raquel Castillo Fernandez
  • Evan Niner

For scheduling, questions and comments concerning this season of talks, please email the organizers.

 

Zoom Connection Details

Connection details will be sent in seminar announcement emails. If you are unsure how to connect please contact the organizers.

SIP: 7984168149@zoomcrc.com

Next Event

Date and Location Topic Speaker Files
May 25,
1:00 pm
WH One West
Collecting Light from Neutrino Interactions Denver Whittington, Indiana University

2016/2017 Schedule

Schedule for the upcoming 2016/2017 season. Slots listed as OPEN are available for speakers. Please email the organizers if you are interested in filling one of these available slots.

 

Date and Location Topic Speaker Files
June 1,
1:00 pm
WH One West
NC-Gamma studies at the T2K experiment Teppei Katori, Queen Mary University of London

2016/2017 Completed Talks

Date Topic Speaker Files
Aug 11,
1:30 pm
RENO and RENO-50 Seon-Hee Seo, Seoul National University  Slides

 

Sep 29,
1:30 pm
WH Curia II
LArIAT Roberto Acciarri, Fermilab  Slides
Oct 13,
1:30 pm
WH8XO
Leggett-Garb inequality testing using neutrino oscillations David Kaiser, MIT  Slides
Nov 10,
1:00 pm
WH8XO (Hornet’s Nest)
Deep Learning in NOvA Alexander Radovic,  University William and Mary  Slides
Dec 1,
1:00 pm
WH One West

It’s 1 in 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000, but it just might work

Ben Jones,  University of Texas at Arlington
Dec 8,
1:00 pm
WH One West
Going Deep on Spallation Backgrounds John Beacom, Ohio State University

  Abstract

Slides

Dec 13,
1:00 pm
WH One West
A bit of a NUISANCE: constraining neutrino cross section systematics Callum Wilkinson, Bern University, Switzerland

Slides

Dec 15,
1:00 pm
One West
INT Workshop on Neutrino-Nucleus Interactions Minerba Betancourt, Fermilab. Andreas Kronfeld, Fermilab

Slides

Jan 19,
1:00 pm
WH One West
ANITA  Abby Vieregg, University of Chicago

Slides

Feb 16,
1:00 pm
WH One West
Searches for new physics in neutrino experiments Pilar Coloma, Fermilab

Slides

Mar 16,
1:00 pm
WH One West
State and future of dual-phase liquid argon technology  Giulia Brunetti, Fermilab

Slides

Mar 21,
1:00 pm
WH One West

GiBUU – A Theory and Method for Neutrino-Nucleus Interactions

 Ulrich Mosel, Institut für Theoretische Physik der Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen

Slides

April 6,
1:00 pm
WH One West
T2K’s Interaction Model for Oscillation Measurements Kevin McFarland, University of Rochester

Slides

Apr 13,
1:00 pm
WH One West
Unfolding Techniques: A Statistician’s Perspective Mikael Kuusela, University of Chicago

Slides

May 11,
12:30 pm
WH One West
Can we improve descriptions of nuclear effects in neutrino interactions using electron-scattering data? Artur Ankowski, Virginia Tech University

Slides

For previous seasons, please visit the links below:

  • 2015-2016 (Organizers: Minerba Betancourt, Anne Schukraft, Keith Matera)
  • 2014-2015 (Organizers: Minerba Betancourt, Anne Schukraft)
  • 2013-2014 (Organizers: Minerba Betancourt, Mathew Muether)