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UK Neutrino Interaction Workshop

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10:00 – 18:00 20 Jul 2015
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Queen Mary University of London, Mile End campus, G. O. Jones building 410, E1 4NS London, UK

This is a workshop dedicated to understand neutrino interactions. 

Understanding of neutrino interactions is important for all neutrino experiments, from oscillation searches to astrophysics. Here, experts from different experiments get together to share their experiences to tackle on key problems. Detector and analysis challenges from past and current experiments (MINOS, T2K, NOvA) are very beneficial for future experiments (MicroBooNE, PINGU, Hyper-Kamiokande, DUNE).

On the other hand, there is a growing demands to nuclear physics community to help understanding on neutrino interactions. Open questions in neutrino physics might be 30 years old problem in nuclear physics community!

Therefore, the goal of this workshop is to communicate and interact with people beyond projects, experiments, theories, to exchange information about neutrino cross-sections. The potential outcome include a possibility to form a coherent effort to solve neutrino interaction open problems in UK.

Event type: Conference
Organised by: IOP High Energy Particle Physics group, IOP Nuclear Physics group and Queen Mary University of London

http://pprc.qmul.ac.uk/research/uk-neutrino-interaction-workshop


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Queen Mary University of London, Mile End campus, G. O. Jones building 410, E1 4NS London, UK
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10:00 – 18:00 20 Jul 2015

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