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NuFACT 2022


Welcome to the 23rd International Workshop on Neutrinos from Accelerators

  • NuFact: July 31st - Aug. 6th, 2022
    Pre-workshops, including MMTE Workshop: July 30th - 31st, 2022

NuFACT 2022 is the 23rd in the series of yearly international workshops which started in 1999 and which had previously been called the International Workshop on Neutrino Factories. The change of name to International Workshop on Neutrinos from Accelerators is related to the fact that the workshop program has, over the years, come to include all current and future accelerator and also reactor based neutrino projects, including also muon projects, not only the Neutrino Factory project.

The main goal of the workshop is to review the progress of current and future facilities able to improve on measurements of the properties of neutral and charged lepton flavor violation, as well as searches for new phenomena beyond the capabilities of presently planned experiments. The workshop is both interdisciplinary and interregional in that experimenters, theorists, and accelerator physicists from all over the world share expertise with the common goal of reviewing the results of currently operating experiments and designing the next generation of experiments. To allow for worldwide participation we plan to broadcast plenary sessions and make at least some selected parallel sessions available. Plenary sessions will be mostly held in the mornings in Utah, which translates into convenient times for international participants from the Americans and Europe/Africa regions.

Before and during the conference we will also have several mini-workshops and panel discussions. Currently we plan to have a mini-workshop on Multi-Messenger Tomography of Earth and a workshop on Muon Colliders, and plan to have a panel discussion on the Snowmass exercise.

We are currently envisioning a fully in-person event. Plenary and selected parallel sessions will be streamed for world-wide participation. NuFact will include some dedicated hybrid events  with opportunities for remote participants to give presentations and to discuss with the in-person participants.

The NuFact 2022 workshop is divided into seven Working Groups covering the following topics:

  1. Neutrino Oscillations (WG1)
  2. Neutrino Scattering Physics (WG2)
  3. Accelerator Physics (WG3)
  4. Muon Physics (WG4)
  5. Neutrinos beyond PMNS (WG5)
  6. Detectors (WG6)
  7. Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Education, & Outreach (IDEEO; WG7)

Plenary speakers and invited speakers to MMTE and ESSnuSB workshop include:

  • Sanjib Kumar Agarwalla
  • Joao Coelho
  • Andrea Donini
  • Marcos Dracos
  • Tord Ekelöf
  • George Fanourakis
  • Sowjanya Gollapinni
  • Francis Halzen
  • Tao Han
  • Samuel Hedges
  • Kei Hirose
  • Kotoyo Hoshina
  • Kevin Jones
  • Edward Kearns
  • Keith D. Koper
  • Laura Kormos
  • Jonathan Kriewald
  • Anil Kumar
  • Meredith Lee
  • Vedran Lekic
  • Kayla Leonard
  • Mingming Li
  • Livia Ludhova
  • Kevin Lynch
  • Ivan Martinez-Sole

 

 

 

  • Bill McDonough
  • Michele Montuschi
  • Takeshi Nakadaira
  • Takashi Nakagawa
  • Francis Nimmo
  • Maja Olvegard
  • Vishvas Pandey
  • Angela Papa
  • Jungsic Park
  • Rebekah Pestes
  • Serguey Petcov
  • Noemi Rocco
  • Mark Ross-Lonergan
  • Andrea Serafini
  • Michael Smy
  • Zahra Tabrizi
  • Akimichi Taketa
  • Kazuhiro Terao
  • Francesco Terranova
  • Mike Thorne
  • Tamer Tolba
  • Wenzhong Wang
  • Stephanie Wissel
  • Jeremy Wolcott
  • Minfang Yeh

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