Date: Monday, 15th December
Title: Large Underground Detectors for Proton Decay, Neutrino Physics and Neutrino Astrophysics
Time: 10.30 coffee for 11.00 start
Fee: there will be a small fee for coffee and sandwiches
Travel assistance: there is a small fund available to help studenttravel if necessary
The meeting aims to provide an overview of current developments, particularly in Europe, of the physics potential and technological feasibility of a new generation of proposed very large, 50-1000 kton, underground detectors. Physics topics include CP violation, dark matter, neutrino mixingparameters, relic supernova neutrino detection, proton decay, geo-neutrinos. Technology topics include new advances in liquid argon, scintillators and water cherenkov.
Talks: Suggestions for talks should be sent to Neil Spooner and Gary Barker