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The 19th International Workshop on Neutrinos from Accelerators (NUFACT2017)

from Monday, 25 September 2017 (08:00) to Saturday, 30 September 2017 (15:00)
Uppsala University Main Building

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
25 Sep 2017
26 Sep 2017
27 Sep 2017
28 Sep 2017
29 Sep 2017
30 Sep 2017
AM
08:00
Registration (until 09:00) (Entrance hall)
09:00
Plenary session - Tord Ekelöf (Uppsala University) (until 10:00) (Room X)
09:00 Welcome - Prof. Johan Tysk (Vice-rector of the Disciplinary Domain of Science and Technology, Uppsala University)   (Room X)
09:15 Introduction to the Workshop - Tord Ekelöf (Uppsala University)   (Room X)
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09:30 Overview of Neutrino Physics - André de Gouvêa (Northwestern University)   (Room X)
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10:00
Coffee break (until 10:30) ()
10:30
Plenary session - Takashi Kobayashi (until 12:30) (Room X)
10:30 Status of Accelerator-Based Neutrino Physics - Marco Zito (IRFU/SPP CEA Saclay)   (Room X)
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11:00 Status of Current High Power Proton Drivers for Neutrino Beams - Dr Yoichi Sato (KEK/J-PARC)   (Room X)
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11:30 Status of Future High Power Proton Drivers for Neutrino Beams - Ciprian Plostinar (ESS)   (Room X)
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12:00 Leptogenesis and CP violation - Pilar Hernandez (University of Valencia)   (Room X)
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09:00
Plenary session - Alex Bogacz (until 10:30) (Room X)
09:00 Results and Prospects from NOvA - Dr Gavin S. Davies (Indiana University)   (Room X)
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09:30 Results and Prospects from T2K - Ms Kim Jiae (University of British Columbia)   (Room X)
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10:00 Results and Prospects from Atmospheric and Solar Neutrinos - Yusuke Koshio (Okoyama University)   (Room X)
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10:30
Coffee break (until 11:00) ()
11:00
WG1+WG5 - Pilar Hernandez (until 12:30) (Room X)
11:00 Sterile neutrino search at the NEOS experiment - Dr Young Ju Ko (Institute for Basic Science)   (Room X)
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11:30 Looking for Sterile Neutrinos via Neutral-Current Disappearance with NOvA - Prof. Adam Aurisano (University of Cincinnati)   (Room X)
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12:00 Latest Results from MINOS+ on Sterile Neutrinos, and Combined Analysis of MINOS, Daya Bay and Bugey-3 - Dr ANDREW BLAKE (LANCASTER UNIVERSITY)   (Room X)
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11:00
WG2: Neutrino scattering physics -Dr Marco Roda (University of Liverpool) (until 12:30) (Room IX)
11:00 Neutrino cross-section measurement prospects with SBND - Dr Nicola McConkey (University of Sheffield)   (Room IX)
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11:30 Cross Section Prospects for MicroBooNE - Mr Marco Del Tutto (University of Oxford)   (Room IX)
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12:00 Pion scattering with the LArIAT experiment - Dr Justin Hugon (Louisiana State University)   (Room IX)
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11:00
WG3: Accelerator physics -Prof. Tetsuro Sekiguchi (KEK) (until 12:30) (Room IV)
11:00 Target and beam window challenges and limits - Tristan Davenne (RAL)   (Room IV)
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11:30 RaDIATE Collaboration and Proton Irradiation Campaign at BLIP - Yongjoon Lee (ESS)   (Room IV)
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12:00 HiRadMat facility experimental programme - Yacine Kadi (CERN)   (Room IV)
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11:00
WG4: Muon physics -Dr MyeongJae Lee (Institute for Basic Science, Korea) (until 12:30) (Room VIII)
11:00 DeeMe experiment to search for muon to electron conversion at J-PARC MLF - Ms Natsuki TESHIMA (Osaka City University)   (Room VIII)
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11:22 Higgs mediated CLFV processes $\mu N (eN) \rightarrow \tau X$ via gluon operators - Dr Masato Yamanaka (Maskawa Institute)   (Room VIII)
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11:45 Construction of new DC muon beamline, MuSIC-RCNP, for muon applied science - Dr Dai Tomono (Osaka University)   (Room VIII)
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12:08 New limits on heavy neutrinos from NA62 - Antonino Sergi (Uni Birmingham)   (Room VIII)
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09:00
Plenary session - Joakim Cederkäll (until 10:30) (Room X)
09:00 Proton interactions and Neutrino Flux Determination - Alexander Radovic (College of William & Mary)   (Room X)
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09:30 Neutrino Interactions and Cross-Sections - Kevin McFarland (University of Rochester)   (Room X)
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10:00 Neutrino-Nucleus Scattering Theory - Luis Alvarez Ruso (IFIC Valencia)   (Room X)
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10:30
Coffee break (until 11:00) ()
11:00
Plenary session - Joakim Cederkäll (until 11:30) (Room X)
11:00 Systematic Uncertainties in Neutrino Oscillation Measurements - Dr David Hadley (University of Warwick)   (Room X)
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11:30
WG1: Neutrino oscillation physics - Francesca Di Lodovico (Queen Mary University of London) (until 12:30) (Room X)
11:30 Details of the NOvA oscillation analyses and systematic uncertainties - Dr Linda Cremonesi (University College London)   (Room X)
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12:00 Oscillation results and plans from the T2K experiment - Patrick Dunne (Imperial College London)   (Room X)
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11:30
WG2: Neutrino scattering physics -Prof. Maria Benedetta Barbaro (University of Turin and INFN) (until 12:30) (Room IX)
11:30 GENIE models and global fits of neutrino scattering data - Dr Marco Roda (University of Liverpool)   (Room IX)
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12:00 Electromagnetic and neutral-current responses from Quantum Monte Carlo - Dr Alessandro Lovato (INFN & Argonne National Laboratory)   (Room IX)
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11:30
WG3: Accelerator physics -Prof. Jingyu Tang (Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS) (until 12:30) (Room IV)
11:30 Update on MOMENT target station studies - Dr Nikolaos Vassilopoulos (IHEP, CAS)   (Room IV)
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12:00 Towards nuSTORM facility - overview of accelerator designs - Dr Jaroslaw Pasternak (Imperial College London/ISIS-RAL-STFC)   (Room IV)
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11:30
WG4: Muon physics -Dr Angela Papa (PSI) (until 12:30) (Room VIII)
11:30 The Muon g-2 Experiment Overview and Status - Dr Jenny Holzbauer (University of Mississippi)   (Room VIII)
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12:00 Muon g-2/EDM Experiment at J-PARC - Dr Katsuhiko Ishida (RIKEN)   (Room VIII)
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11:30
WG5: Neutrinos beyond PMNS - Antonio Palazzo (until 12:30) (Room XI)
11:30 Parameter degeneracy and hierarchy sensitivity of NOvA in presence of sterile neutrino - Monojit Gosh (Tokyo Metropolitan University)   (Room XI)
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12:00 DUNE Sensitivities to the mixing between Sterile and Tau Neutrinos - Dr David Vanegas Forero (Instituto de Física Glew Wataghin, UNICAMP)   (Room XI)
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09:00
Plenary session - Jorge Morfin (until 10:30) (Room X)
09:00 Status of DUNE - Michel Sorel (IFIC (CSIC and U. Valencia))   (Room X)
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09:30 Status of Hyper-Kamiokande - Erin O´Sullivan (Stockholm University)   (Room X)
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10:00 Status of ESSnuSB - Marcos Dracos (IPHC-IN2P3/CNRS Université de Strasbourg)   (Room X)
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10:30
Coffee break (until 11:00) ()
11:00
Plenary session -Dr Hélio da Motta (Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Físicas) (until 12:30) (Room X)
11:00 Status of eV-mass Sterile Neutrino Experiments - Prof. Marco Pallavicini (Università di Genova and INFN)   (Room X)
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11:30 Status of Heavy Neutrinos Experiments - Dr Benjamin Wynne (University of Edinburgh)   (Room X)
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12:00 The COHERENT Experiment - Kate Scholberg (Duke University)   (Room X)
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09:00
Plenary session - Tommy Ohlsson (until 10:30) (Room X)
09:00 Cosmic Neutrinos - Prof. Ofelia Pisanti (Università di Napoli Federico II)   (Room X)
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09:30 Recent experimental advances on neutrinos as dark matter - Alexey Boyarsky (Leiden University)   (Room X)
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10:00 Beyond Standard Neutrino Theory - Dr Toshihiko Ota (Yachay Tech)   (Room X)
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10:30
Coffee break (until 11:00) ()
11:00
WG1+WG2 - Francesca Di Lodovico (Queen Mary University of London) (until 12:30) (Room X)
11:00 Upgrade of the T2K near detector ND280: effect on oscillation and cross-section analyses - Mr Mathieu Lamoureux (CEA Saclay, IRFU)   (Room X)
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11:30 Reducing neutrino interaction uncertainties in oscillation measurements with the E61 experiment - Cristovao Vilela (Stony Brook)   (Room X)
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12:00 DUNE Near Detector with focus on cross section and prospects from the oscillation perspective - Dr Hongyue Duyang (University of South Carolina)   (Room X)
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11:00
WG3: Accelerator physics -Dr Ben Freemire (Northern Illinois University) (until 12:30) (Room IX)
11:00 The MICE Experiment: Status and Prospects - Dr Jaroslaw Pasternak (Imperial College London/ISIS-RAL-STFC)   (Room IX)
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11:22 Recent Results from MICE on Multiple Coulomb Scattering and Energy Loss - John Nugent (University of Glasgow)   (Room IX)
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11:45 Recent Results from the Study of Emittance Evolution in MICE - Christopher Hunt (Imperial College London)   (Room IX)
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12:07 Measurement of Phase Space Density Evolution in MICE - François Drielsma (University of Geneva)   (Room IX)
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11:00
WG4: Muon physics -Dr Angela Papa (PSI) (until 12:30) (Room IV)
11:00 Overview of Lepton Flavor Violation - Paride Paradisi (INFN Padova)   (Room IV)
11:30 SMEFT and charged lepton flavour violation - Giovanni Marco Pruna   (Room IV)
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11:50 Fully differential NLO predictions for rare and radiative lepton decays - Mr Yannick Ulrich (Paul Scherrer Institut / Universität Zürich)   (Room IV)
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12:10 A proposal of a New Charged Lepton Flavor Violation Experiment: μ− e− → e− e− in muonic atom - Joe Sato (Saitama University)   (Room IV)
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11:00
WG5: Neutrinos beyond PMNS -Dr Walter Marcello Bonivento (INFN Cagliari) (until 12:30) (Room VIII)
11:00 Prospects of the SHiP and NA62 experiments at CERN for hidden sector searches - Philippe Mermod (University of Geneva)   (Room VIII)
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11:30 A connection between neutrino mass and the recent B physics anomalies - Michael Schmidt (The University of Sydney)   (Room VIII)
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12:00 Connections between low-energy CP violation, lepton number violating collider signals and genesis mechanisms - Claudia Hagedorn (CP3-Origins, University of Southern Denmark)   (Room VIII)
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09:00
Plenary session - Roumen Tsenov (until 10:30) (Room X)
09:00 Working Group 1 - Francesca Di Lodovico (Queen Mary University of London)   (Room X)
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09:30 Working Group 2 - Dr Marco Martini (ESNT, CEA, IRFU, Université de Paris-Saclay)   (Room X)
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10:00 Working Group 3 - Prof. Tetsuro Sekiguchi (KEK)   (Room X)
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10:30
Coffee break (until 11:00) ()
11:00
Plenary session - Tord Ekelöf (Uppsala University) (until 12:00) (Room X)
11:00 Working Group 4 - Dr Angela Papa (PSI)   (Room X)
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11:30 Working Group 5 - Dr Walter Marcello Bonivento (INFN Cagliari)   (Room X)
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PM
12:30
Lunch break (until 14:00) ()
14:00
WG1: Neutrino oscillation physics -Dr Miao He (IHEP) (until 16:00) (Room X)
14:00 Latest results of the Double Chooz reactor neutrino experiment - Dr Cecile Jollet (IPHC Strasbourg)   (Room X)
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14:24 Recent Results from RENO - Prof. Myoung Youl Pac (Dongshin University)   (Room X)
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14:48 Latest results from the Daya Bay experiment - J. Pedro Ochoa (Pontifical Catholic University of Chile)   (Room X)
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15:12 Physics prospects of the JUNO experiment - Barbara Clerbaux (Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB))   (Room X)
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15:36 Status of the JUNO experiment - J. Pedro Ochoa (Pontifical Catholic University of Chile)   (Room X)
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14:00
WG2: Neutrino scattering physics -Dr Marco Martini (ESNT, CEA, IRFU, Université de Paris-Saclay) (until 16:00) (Room IX)
14:00 Recent Results from the MINERvA Experiment - Edgar Valencia-Rodriguez (William and Mary)   (Room IX)
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14:30 T2K recent results of cross section measurements - Ciro Riccio (Napoli University)   (Room IX)
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15:00 NOvA recent results of cross section measurements - Dr Linda Cremonesi (University College London)   (Room IX)
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15:30 Status of Monte Carlo Generators - Yoshinari Hayato (Tokyo University)   (Room IX)
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14:00
WG3: Accelerator physics -Prof. Alan Bross (Fermilab) (until 16:00) (Room IV)
14:00 Operational Experience of J-PARC Neutrino Beamline - Ken Sakashita (KEK)   (Room IV)
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14:30 Upgrade of J-PARC Accelerator and Neutrino Beamline toward 1.3 MW - Prof. Tetsuro Sekiguchi (KEK)   (Room IV)
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15:00 Beam Delivery for the Fermilab Mu2e Experiment - Kevin Lynch (York College, CUNY)   (Room IV)
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15:30 Status of the LBNF Beamline - Tristan Davenne (RAL)   (Room IV)
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14:00
WG4: Muon physics - Craig Group (University of Virginia) (until 16:00) (Room VIII)
14:00 Status and prospects of charged lepton flavor violation searches with the MEG-II experiment - Dr Cecilia Voena (INFN Roma)   (Room VIII)
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14:24 Searching for Lepton-Flavour Violation with the Mu3e Experiment - Ms Ann-Kathrin Perrevoort (Physics Institute, Heidelberg University)   (Room VIII)
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14:48 Mu2e: Using Rare Muon Decays to Probe the Energy Frontier - Prof. E. Craig Dukes (University of Virginia)   (Room VIII)
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15:12 COMET muon conversion experiment in J-PARC - Dr MyeongJae Lee (Institute for Basic Science, Korea)   (Room VIII)
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15:36 Towards realising PRISM based muon to electron conversion experiment - Dr Jaroslaw Pasternak (Imperial College London/ISIS-RAL-STFC)   (Room VIII)
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14:00
WG5: Neutrinos beyond PMNS -Prof. Sanjib Kumar Agarwalla (Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar) (until 16:00) (Room XI)
14:00 Invisible and Visible Neutrino Decay and Constraints on them from Oscillation Experiments - Prof. Orlando Luis Goulart Peres (UNICAMP)   (Room XI)
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14:30 Probing the revamped A4 symmetry at long-baseline neutrino experiments - Dr Mehedi Masud (Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular)   (Room XI)
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15:00 New upper bound for the neutrino magnetic moment from its Dirac/Majorana nature and Borexino data - Juan Barranco (University of Guanajuato)   (Room XI)
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15:30 Fuzzy Dark Matter at neutrino experiments - Mr Vedran Brdar (Uni Mainz)   (Room XI)
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16:00
Coffee break (until 16:30) ()
16:30
Round table - David Wark (University of Oxford) (until 18:00) (Room X)
16:30 Round Table Discussion - André de Gouvêa (Northwestern University) John Womersley (ESS) Yifang Wang (IHEP) Prof. Takashi Kobayashi (J-PARC) Tord Ekelöf (Uppsala University)   (Room X)
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18:00
Welcome reception (until 19:00) ()
12:30
Lunch break (until 14:00) ()
14:00
WG1+WG2 - Kevin McFarland (until 15:30) (Room X)
14:00 MINERVA cross section - Bravar Sandro (University of Geneva)   (Room X)
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14:22 The T2K cross-section results and prospects from the oscillation perspective - Keigo Nakamura (Kyoto University)   (Room X)
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14:45 MicroBooNE cross section - Xiao Luo (Yale)   (Room X)
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15:08 NOvA cross section - Kirk Bays (California Institute of Technology)   (Room X)
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14:00
WG3: Accelerator physics - Alex Bogacz (until 15:30) (Room IV)
14:00 ENUBET: high precision neutrino flux measurements in conventional neutrino beams - Fabio Pupilli (INFN, Padova)   (Room IV)
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14:30 EMuS in CSNS - Guang Zhao (IHEP)   (Room IV)
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15:00 Accelerator R&D Toward Proton Drivers for Future Particle Accelerators - Dr Ben Freemire (Northern Illinois University)   (Room IV)
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14:00
WG4: Muon physics -Dr MyeongJae Lee (Institute for Basic Science, Korea) (until 15:30) (Room VIII)
14:00 Search for lepton favour violation with the ATLAS detector - Geert Jan Besjes   (Room VIII)
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14:30 Search for heavy neutrinos and charged lepton flavour violation processes at CMS - Prof. Barbara Clerbaux (ULB)   (Room VIII)
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15:00 Lepton flavour universality tests at LHCb - Preema Rennee Pais   (Room VIII)
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14:00
WG5: Neutrinos beyond PMNS - André de Gouvea (until 15:30) (Room IX)
14:00 Study of non-standard charged-current interactions at the MOMENT experiment - Prof. JIAN TANG (Sun Yat-Sen University)   (Room IX)
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14:30 The sensitivity of the T2HKK experiment to the flavor-depednent non-standard interactions - Osamu Yasuda (Tokyo Metropolitan University)   (Room IX)
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15:00 Non-Standard Interactions with High-energy Atmospheric Neutrinos at IceCube - Nuria Rius (Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular, Valencia)   (Room IX)
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15:30
Poster session (until 17:00) (Entrance hall)
17:00
Plenary session -Prof. Alan Bross (Fermilab) (until 18:00) (Room X)
17:00 Results and prospects of Reactor Neutrinos - Dr Zeyuan Yu (Institute of High Energy Physics, China)   (Room X)
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17:30 Global Neutrino Oscillation Fits - Antonio Palazzo (INFN Bari)   (Room X)
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12:30
Excursion and lunch (until 18:00) ()
12:30
Lunch break (until 14:00) ()
14:00
WG1: Neutrino oscillation physics - Francesca Di Lodovico (Queen Mary University of London) (until 16:00) (Room X)
14:00 Hadro-production measurements for neutrino experiments - Alain Blondel (University of Geneva)   (Room X)
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14:24 DUNE Oscillation Physics - Nick Grant (University of Warwick)   (Room X)
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14:48 Physics potential of Hyper-Kamiokande for neutrino oscillation measurements - Christoph Bronner (ICRR Kamioka)   (Room X)
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15:12 Physics potential of the ESSnuSB - Mattias Blennow (Royal Institute of Technology)   (Room X)
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15:36 Analytic Neutrino Oscillation Probabilities in Matter Revisited - Stephen Parke (Fermilab)   (Room X)
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14:00
WG2: Neutrino scattering physics - Luis Alvarez-Ruso (until 16:00) (Room IX)
14:00 Neutrino-nucleus interactions at intermediate energies - Dr Raúl González-Jiménez (Ghent University)   (Room IX)
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14:30 Meson-exchange currents and quasielastic predictions for neutrino-nucleus scattering - Prof. Maria Benedetta Barbaro (University of Turin and INFN)   (Room IX)
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15:00 Electromagnetic responses and scaling functions - Noemi Rocco (Surrey University)   (Room IX)
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15:30 Semi-phenomenological spectral functions in neutrino-nucleus inclusive reactions - Ms Joanna Sobczyk (IFIC)   (Room IX)
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14:00
WG3: Accelerator physics - Tord Ekelöf (Uppsala University) (until 16:00) (Room IV)
14:00 Status of the ESS Project - Mats Lindroos (ESS)   (Room IV)
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14:30 The ESS Linac and Upgrades for the Neutrino Facility - Mohammad Eshraqi (ESS)   (Room IV)
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15:00 The ESSnuSB Accumulator - Dr elena wildner (cern)   (Room IV)
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15:30 The ESSnuSB Switchyard, Target Station, and Facility Performance - Eric Baussan (IPHC, Université de Strasbourg, CNRS/IN2P3)   (Room IV)
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14:00
WG4: Muon physics - Craig Group (University of Virginia) (until 16:00) (Room VIII)
14:00 Prospects of LFV studies at Belle II - Dr Dmitri LIVENTSEV (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)   (Room VIII)
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14:24 Searches for charged Lepton Flavor Violation at BESIII - Mr Xiaoshen Kang (Nankai University)   (Room VIII)
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14:48 Precision measurement of muonium hyperfine structure at J-PARC - Mr Shun Seo (The University of Tokyo)   (Room VIII)
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15:12 Development of the magnetic field mapping method for the precise spectroscopy of the muonium hyperfine splitting with 1.7 T magnetic field - Toya Tanaka (University of Tokyo)   (Room VIII)
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15:36 Precision laser spectroscopy of the ground state hyperfine splitting in muonic hydrogen - Dr Sohtaro Kanda (RIKEN)   (Room VIII)
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14:00
WG5: Neutrinos beyond PMNS -Prof. Stefan Antusch (University of Basel) (until 16:00) (Room XI)
14:00 Dark Matter Search in the Miniboone Proton Beam Dump experiment - Prof. Robert Cooper (New Mexico State University)   (Room XI)
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14:30 Mini-review on boosted Dark Matter signatures at neutrino experiments - Yue Zhao (University of Michigan)   (Room XI)
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15:00 Indirect searches of Galactic diffuse dark matter in INO-MagICAL detector - Prof. Sanjib Kumar Agarwalla (Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar)   (Room XI)
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15:30 Neutrino Lines from Majoron Dark Matter - Julian Heeck (Université Libre de Bruxelles)   (Room XI)
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16:00
Coffee break (until 16:30) ()
16:30
Plenary session - Vittorio Palladino (until 18:00) (Room X)
16:30 Synergies and Complementarities between Proposed Future Neutrino Projects - Dr Sushant Raut (IBS CTPU)   (Room X)
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17:00 Sterile neutrino searches at future colliders - Prof. Stefan Antusch (University of Basel)   (Room X)
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17:30 Future Neutrino Facilities and Synergies with Other Experimental Projects - Prof. Jingyu Tang (Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS)   (Room X)
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18:00
SPC meeting (until 19:00) (Room IX)
12:30
Lunch break (until 14:00) ()
14:00
WG1: Neutrino oscillation physics -Prof. Jianming Bian (UC Irvine) (until 15:30) (Room IV)
14:00 Recent Results from Super-Kamiokande - Dr Flor de Maria Blaszczyk (Boston University)   (Room IV)
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14:27 IceCube/DeepCore Results and PINGU - Mr Thomas Ehrhardt (Mainz University)   (Room IV)
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14:50 Tau Neutrino Appearance in IceCube - PHILIPP DAVID ELLER   (Room IV)
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15:03 Measuring the Neutrino Mass Ordering and other oscillation parameters with KM3NeT-ORCA - Dr Marco Circella (INFN Bari)   (Room IV)
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14:00
WG2: Neutrino scattering physics - Keigo Nakamura (until 15:30) (Room IX)
14:00 Charged-current quasi-elastic scattering at MINERvA - Dr Cheryl Patrick (UCL)   (Room IX)
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14:22 Measurement of gamma-rays from neutron-oxygen reaction for neutrino-nucleus interaction - Mr Yosuke Ashida (Kyoto University)   (Room IX)
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14:44 Baby MIND: A magnetised spectrometer for the WAGASCI experiment - Mr Sven-Patrik Hallsjö (University of Glasgow)   (Room IX)
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15:07 Neutrino-nucleus scattering at nuSTORM - Prof. Kenneth Long (Imperial College London/STFC)   (Room IX)
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14:00
WG3+WG4 -Dr Jaroslaw Pasternak (Imperial College London/ISIS-RAL-STFC) (until 15:30) (Room X)
14:00 The high-intensity muon beam line (HiMB) project at PSI - Andreas Knecht (Paul Scherrer Institut)   (Room X)
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14:22 muCool: A novel high-brightness low-energy muon beam - Ms Ivana Belosevic (Institute for Particle Physics, ETH Zurich)   (Room X)
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14:45 Muon Acceleration: Neutrino Factory and Beyond - Alex Bogacz (JLAB)   (Room X)
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15:07 Low Emittance Muon Beams from Positrons - Francesco Collamati (INFN ROMA)   (Room X)
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14:00
WG5: Neutrinos beyond PMNS - Kate Scholberg (until 15:30) (Room VIII)
14:00 COHERENT constraints on non-standard neutrino interactions - Jiajun Liao   (Room VIII)
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14:30 COHERENT and the LMA-dark solution - Peter Bennert Denton   (Room VIII)
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15:00 Probing light dark sectors with coherent neutrino-nucleus scattering - Adam Ritz (University of Victoria)   (Room VIII)
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15:30
Coffee break (until 16:00) ()
16:00
Plenary session - Alain Blondel (until 18:00) (Room X)
16:00 Synergy and complementarity between neutrino physics and low energy intensity frontiers - Ana M. Teixeira (LPC Clermont)   (Room X)
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16:30 Pulsed muon beam related physics and experiments on cLFV and g-2/EDM - Robert Bernstein (Fermilab)   (Room X)
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17:00 DC muon beam related physics and experiments - Toshiyuki Iwamoto (Tokyo University)   (Room X)
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17:30 Neutrinos from Decay at Rest - Dr Daniel Winklehner (MIT)   (Room X)
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19:00
Workshop dinner (until 23:00) (Stockholm Nation, Drottninggatan 11)
12:00
Closing - Tord Ekelöf (Uppsala University) (until 13:00) (Room X)
12:00 Future Outlook - Mauro Mezzetto (INFN Padova)   (Room X)
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12:30 Invitation to NUFACT2018 - Prof. Sanjib Kumar Agarwalla (Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar)   (Room X)
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12:45 Closing remarks - Tord Ekelöf (Uppsala University)   (Room X)
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