Neutrino Summer Lecture series
The Neutrino Physics Center Summer Presentations are informal lectures for students at all levels interested in finding out more about neutrino physics in general, with some emphasis on neutrino experiments being carried out at Fermilab. The lectures are geared towards visiting undergraduate and graduate students.
Regularly scheduled Neutrino University lectures will be held on Thursdays 4:00-5:15 pm in Curia II (WH2W) unless stated otherwise (see below). Snacks and light beverages will be provided at the end of the lecture!
Organizers: Simone Marcocci and Jessica Turner.
|June 14||Introduction and History of Neutrinos||Boris Kayser, Fermilab||slides video|
|June 21||Neutrino Sources||Stephen Parke, Fermilab|
|June 28||Neutrino Detection Techniques||Jennifer Raaf, Fermilab|
|July 5||Why are neutrinos important for physics beyond the Standard Model?||Mu-Chun Chen, UC Irvine|
|July 12||Neutrino Interactions and Cross Sections||Camillo Mariani, Virginia Tech|
|July 19||Neutrino Production at Accelerators||Tom Kobilarcik, Fermilab|
|July 26||Neutrino Oscillation Experiments||Georgia Karagiorgi, Columbia University|
|Astrophysical Neutrinos||Olga Mena, Valencia University|
|August 9||Low-Energy Neutrino Investigations||Juan Jose Gomez Cadenas, Valencia University|
Please email the organizers if you have any questions or concerns.
The schedule, slides, videos of Neutrino University’s past series can be found here.