Poster programme



Two particle-two hole distribution in phase space for neutrino and electron scattering
C Albertus-Torres, Universidad de Granada, Spain


   The LBNE Fast MC
   D Cerdack, Colorado State University, USA


Parity-violating effects in the DIS process
H Haider, Aligarh Muslim University, India


   Neutrino interactions in argon gas at T2K
   P Hamilton, Imperial College London, UK


MC study for measuring the Δ++-like cross-section in T2K
M Hierholzer, University of Bern, Switzerland


   Neutrino-energy reconstruction within a CRPA framework
   N Jachowicz, Ghent University, Belgium


Results and perspectives of the GERDA experiment
A Lubashevskiy, Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik, Germany


  Inclusive and pion production neutrino-nucleus cross sections at MiniBooNE
  and T2K energies
M Martini, Ghent University, Belgium


   Charged-current inclusive cross section ratios between 2Enu20GeV and muon angle less than 17 degress
   J Mousseau, University of Florida, USA


   Extraction of neutrino flux from the inclusive muon cross section
   T Murata, Osaka University, Japan


Relativistic analysis of nuclear effects in neutrino CCQE scattering data from low to high-energy data
G D Megias, University of Seville, Spain


Inclusive quasielastic neutrino-nucleus scattering in a continuum random phase approximation approach
V Pandey, Ghent University, Belgium


Quasielastic contribution to antineutrino-nucleus scattering
V Pandey, Ghent University, Belgium


Charged current quasi-elastic scattering at MINERvA
C Patrick, Northwestern University, USA


Relativistic effects and meson exchange currents in two-particle emission with neutrinos
I Ruiz, University of Granada, Spain


Lepton mass effect in theν/ν¯Quasielastic scattering process
M Sajjad Athar, Aligarh Muslim University, India


  Short-range correlations and two-nucleon knockout in neutrino-nucleus scattering
   T Van Cuyck, Ghent University, Belgium


   CCQE Model fitting for T2K
   C Wilkinson, University of Sheffield, UK


   A method to remove neutrino interaction model uncertainties from oscillation experiments
   M Wilking, TRIUMF, Canada