XXth International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics

Conference Program

Scientific Scope:

The program will consist of invited plenary talks and a poster session. Among the subjects covered are:

Conference Schedule for May 24 - 30, 2002

Friday May 24    Registration and refreshments
Saturday May 25 Plenary sessions I Alte Pinakothek & welcome reception
Sunday May 26 Plenary sessions II  
Monday May 27 Plenary sessions III Reception by the State of Bavaria
Tuesday May 28 Conference excursion Public evening lecture
Wednesday May 29 Plenary sessions IV + poster session   Conference dinner
Thursday May 30 Plenary sessions V, Closing  

Conference Location:

All talks will take place in the Werner von Siemens Auditorium (Audimax) on the central campus of the Technische Universität München (TUM), located in the central part of Munich.

Registration will open in front of the Werner von Siemens Auditorium on Friday, May 24 at 15:oo. The precise opening hours of the registration desk can be found under the menu item 'Conference Facilities'.

Scientific Program

Abstracts of most talks can be found under the following link

Saturday, 25.5.02

 9:oo Welcome Addresses  W.Herrmann,  N.Schmitz,  F.v.Feilitzsch   20´
  Low Energy Neutrinos I:  (Chair: F.v.Feilitzsch)  
  9:20 The Sudbury Neutrino Observatory A.Hallin   40'
  10:10 Start of Kamland J.Shirai   30'
  10:50 Coffee Break     30'
  Low Energy Neutrinos II:  (Chair: S.Bilenky)  
  11:20 Super-Kamiokande's Solar Neutrino Results M.Smy   25'
  11:55 Progress in GNO T.Kirsten   20'
  12:20 Measurement of the Solar Neutrino Capture Rate by the Russian-American Gallium Solar Neutrino Experiment During One Half of the 22-year Cycle of Solar Activity V.Gavrin   20'
  12:45 Lunch Break     95'
  Low Energy Neutrinos III:  (Chair: A.McDonald)  
  14:20 Homestake K.Lande   20'
  14:45 Recent Developments in the Borexino Project G.Bellini   20'
  15:10 Future Projects and Summary of the Heidelberg Workshop S.Schönert   25' +5'
  15:45 Coffee Break     30'
  Low Energy Neutrinos IV:  (Chair: D.Caldwell)  
  16:15 Fusion Cross Section Measurements C.Rolfs   20'
  16:40 Solar Models: An Overview J.Bahcall   20'
  17:05 Solar Neutrinos: Interpretation of Results A.Smirnov   30'
  18:30 Guided Tours of the Alte Pinakothek    
  20:00 Welcome Reception in the Immatriculation Hall    

Sunday, 26.5.02

  Atmospheric Neutrinos I:  (Chair: G.Fogli)  
 9:oo Superkamiokande M.Shiozawa   25'
  9:35 Other Atmospheric Neutrino Experiments M.Goodman   25'
  10:10 Coffee Break     35'
  Atmospheric Neutrinos II:  (Chair: E.Otten)  
  10:45 Atmospheric Neutrino Fluxes T.Gaisser   35'
  11:30 Future Projects T.Tabarelli de Fatis   25'
  12:05 Lunch Break     105'
  Experiments at Accelerators I:  (Chair: M.Roos)  
  13:50 K2K Results K.Nishikawa   30'
  14:30 Nomad and Chorus G.Fiorillo   20'
  14:55 LSND and Karmen G.Drexlin   20'
  15:20 Coffee Break     30'
  Experiments at Accelerators II:  (Chair: J.Peoples)  
  15:50 The miniBooNE Experiment: Status and Plans R.Tayloe   20'
  16:15 Results from NuTeV D.Naples   30'
  Global Analyses of Oscillation Experiments:    
  16:55 Neutrino oscillations - Global Analyses E.Lisi   35'
  17:45 Satellite Meeting: Plans for a new Journal on Astroparticle Physics (public, Lecture Hall) Contact: H.Rubinstein  

Monday, 27.5.02

  Future Long Baseline Experiments I:  (Chair: A.Bettini)  
  9:oo Minos D.Michael   25'
  9:30 CNGS S.Katsanevas   25'
  10:00 Coffee Break     30'
  Future Long Baseline Experiments II:  (Chair: J.Schneps)  
  10:30 The Physics Potential of Future Long Baseline Experiments M.Lindner   35'
  11:15 Future Experiments with Super Neutrino Beams T.Nakaya   35'
  12:00 Lunch Break     105'
  Future Long Baseline Experiments III:  (Chair: D.Vignaud)  
  13:45 Neutrino Factory Designs and R&D S.Geer   30'
  14:25 Detectors and Experiments at Future Neutrino Facilities F.Dydak   30'
  15:05 Coffee Break     30'
  Theory:  (Chair: L.Okun)  
  15:35 Neutrino Oscillations Beyond Two Flavours E.Akhmedov   30'
  16:15 Standard and Non-Standard Neutrino Properties J.W.F.Valle   35'
  17:00 Neutrino Mass Models S.King   30'
  17:45 Satellite Meeting: JHF-Kamioka neutrino oscillation experiment (public, Lecture Hall) Contact: K.Nishikawa  
  20:00 Reception by the Bavarian State Government (Staatskanzlei)    

Tuesday, 28.5.02

 8:30 Conference Excursions   (all day; return at 19:30 or somewhat earlier)
 19:oo Public Evening Lecture (in German)
Neutrinos - Neues von den Geisterteilchen
Georg Raffelt   60'

Wednesday, 29.5.02

  Intrinsic Neutrino Properties:  (Chair: S.Pakvasa)  
  9:oo Direct Neutrino Mass Experiments: Present and Future Ch.Weinheimer   25'
  9:35 Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay: review and future O.Cremonesi   30'
  10:15 Another Look at Neutrino Properties J.Vuilleumier   20'
  10:40 Coffee Break     30'
  Neutrinos in Astrophysics and Cosmology:  (Chair: S.Petcov)  
  11:10 Supernovae and Neutrinos J.Beacom   25'
  11:40 Neutrino Physics from Cosmological Observations S.Hannestad   25'
  12:10 Baryon Asymmetry T.Yanagida   25'
  12:40 Lunch Break     105'
  Dark Matter:  (Chair: E.Fiorini)  
  14:25 Theory: Candidates, indirect Methods L.Bergström   30'
  15:05 WIMP Direct Detection Overview Y.Ramachers   30'
  15:45 Experimental Searches for Axions and Axion-Like Particles: An Update J.Collar   20'
  16:10 Poster Session (with coffee)     90'
  20:00 Conference Dinner (Hofbräuhaus)    

Thursday, 30.5.02

  Cosmic Rays and Neutrino Telescopes I:  (Chair: K.Pretzl)  
  9:oo Sources of UHE-Neutrinos E.Waxman   30'
  9:40 Recent Results and Status of the Baikal Experiment G.Domogatsky   20'
  10:05 Results from the AMANDA Neutrino Telescope at the South Pole D.Cowen   30'
  10:45 Coffee Break     30'
  Cosmic Rays and Neutrino Telescopes II:  (Chair: N.Schmitz)  
  11:15 Neutrino Telescopes in the Mediterranean J.Carr   25'
  11:50 Icecube - Status of the Next Generation Neutrino Telescope at the South Pole A.Karle   25'
  12:25 Lunch Break     105'
  Cosmic Rays and Neutrino Telescopes III:  (Chair: C.Albright)  
  14:10 Air Shower Arrays as Neutrino Detectors A.Letessier-Selvon   25'
  14:40 Alternative Techniques J.Learned   25'
  15:10 Coffee Break     30'
  Conference Conclusions and Outlook:  (Chair: A.Morales)  
  15:40 Where do ee stand, where are we going? - Experiments M.Spiro   45'
  16:30 Where do we stand, where are we going? - Theory B.Kayser   45'
  17:20 Concluding Remarks G.Marx  
 18:00 Satellite Meeting: IUPAP Section C12 (non-public, Grosser Senatssaal) Contact: P.Kienle  

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