Neutrino Summer Lecture series
The Neutrino Physics Center Summer Lectures are informal presentations 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 undergraduate and graduate students.
Regularly scheduled Neutrino University lectures will be held on Thursdays at 1:00-2:00pm CT, with options for both in-person and Zoom attendance. Please subscribe to our mailing list to get lecture announcements and Zoom connection information here (the name of the mailing list is “NEUTRINO_UNIVERSITY”). For further information, you can email the organizers.
Organizers: Ryan Plestid and Lauren Yates.
|June 9||Introduction to Neutrino Physics||Joachim Kopp, CERN and
Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
|June 16||Neutrino Detectors||Nicola McConkey, University of Manchester||slides, video|
|June 23||Neutrinos & Flavor Physics||Yuval Grossman, Cornell University||slides, video|
|June 30||Atmospheric and High-Energy
|Francis Halzen, University of Wisconsin
|July 7||Solar Neutrinos & Recent Results
|Andrea Pocar, University of Massachusetts
|July 14||Lepton Number Violation &
Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay
|André de Gouvêa, Northwestern University||slides, video|
|July 21||Supernovae & Neutrinos||Evan O’Connor, Stockholm University||slides, video|
|July 28||Neutrino Beams & Sources||Joshua Spitz, University of Michigan
at Ann Arbor
|August 4||Neutrino Mass Generation &
Connections to New Physics
|Mu-Chun Chen, University of California
|August 11||Neutrino Interactions||Kirsty Duffy, Oxford University||slides, video|
The schedule, slides, videos of Neutrino University’s past series can be found here.