Programme


Monday 19 May

   

08:30

Registration and arrival refreshments

09:00

Welcome address

09:20

Topic: Neutrino interaction systematics for oscillation experiments

 

Controlling neutrino interaction systematics: The MiniBooNE experience
T Katori, Queen Mary University of London, UK

09:40

Controlling neutrino interaction systematics: The T2K experience
T Dealtry, University of Oxford, UK

10:00

Effect of neutrino interaction systematics for future long baseline searches for CP-violation and mass hierarchy determination
M Bass, Colorado State University, USA

10:30

Morning refreshment break

10:50

Effect of neutrino interaction systematics for future sterile neutrino searches
C Adams, Yale University, USA

11:10

Neutrino interaction systematics for future experiments: The theory perspective
J Nowak, Lancaster University, UK

11:40

Neutrino interaction systematics for future experiments: The path forward
D Autiero, Institute of Nuclear Physics of Lyon (IPNL), France

12:10

Lunch

13:10

Topic: Inclusive measurements

  MINERvA CC inclusive
J Mousseau, University of Florida, USA

13:40

Argoneut CC inclusive
E Church, Yale University, USA

14:10

T2K CC numu inclusive
T Kikawa, Kyoto University, Japan

14:40

Afternoon refreshment break

15:00

T2K CC nue inclusive
B Smith, Imperial College London, UK

15:30

Theory: nue inclusive (discussion session)

16:00

Theory: anti-nu inclusive (discussion session)

16:30

Close of day one

18:30

Welcome drinks reception

19:00

Conference dinner


Key dates

  • Early registration deadline:
    18 April 2014
  • Poster abstract submission deadline:
    12 May 2014
  • Registration deadline:
    12 May 2014

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