What is the NPC?
The Neutrino Physics Center at Fermilab is designed will enable researchers from around the world to visit Fermilab and participate in the expanding neutrino program at the Lab.
The Center is for the neutrino community and organized by the community.
The Center serves to foster communication between experimentalists on different neutrino experiments, between experimentalists and theorists, and between theorists, within the international neutrino user community and from Fermilab.
The Neutrino Physics Center’s Goals include:
- Bring researchers to Fermilab for short term and long term stays to work on Fermilab Neutrino experiments and/or within the Fermilab Theory Community. See the details about Fellowships here
- Organize the weekly Neutrino Seminar Series and the summer “Neutrino University”
- Host experimental and theoretical topical workshops in Neutrino Physics
- Coordinate the International Neutrino Summer School and host it in odd years
- Provide facilities to host visitors, enable remote participation, and foster interaction at Fermilab
Weekly Neutrino Activities
Our weekly Neutrino Seminar Series is nominally Thursday afternoons at Thursdays from 1:00 – 2:00pm, in Wilson Hall One West.
The Neutrino Social is held at the Users Center, Wednesday evenings 6.15pm.
Durning the summer months (June – Aug) ‘The Neutrino University’ our neutrino summer lecture series is nominally held Thursdays 4:00-5:15 pm in Curia II (WH2W).
The schedules can change, check the online schedules for details.
The Fermilab colloquium are nominally 4 pm on Wednesday afternoons in the One West. The Joint Theoretical-Experimental “wine and cheese” Seminar are nominally 4pm on Friday afternoons in the One West. This colloquium and seminar are often of interest to the neutrino community.
Join the community on the Neutrino Physics Center Slack, neutrinosatfermilab.slack.com