Invited speakers

  • R&D for High Power Neutrino Beams 
    Phil Adamson, FNAL

  • Status of the DUNE Near Detectors
    Jonathan Asaadi, Uni. of Texas at Arlington

  • Liquid Argon Simulation/Reconstruction
    Andy Blake, Lancaster

  • Global Analysis of Neutrino Mixing Parameters: Recent results and prospects
    Francesco Capozzi, Munich MPI
  • Status of the Ptolemy Experiment
    Alfredo Cocco, INFN Naples
  • Status report on KM3NeT/ORCA
    Paschal Coyle, CPPM, Marseille
  • Latest Results From Double Chooz
    Jaime Dawson (APC, Paris)

  • Status of the Neutrinoless Double β Decay Programme
    Stefano Dell'Oro, Virginia Tech

  • MW Neutrino Targets for LBNF/JPARC
    Chris Densham, RAL

  • Status/Potential of the ESS Neutrino Facility
    Marcos Dracos, Strasbourg

  • Recent Results from NA62 on Sterile Neutrinos from K-Decays
    Slava Duk, CERN

  • Review of Reactor Neutrino Oscillation Experiments
    Miao He, IHEP, Beijing
  • Review of Proton Decay
    Junji Hisano, Nagoya
  • Liquid Argon Electronics and DAQ
    Jose Ignacio Crespo Anadon, Columbia
  • Status of IceCube-Gen2/PINGU
    Jason Koskinen, Niels Bohr Inst.
  • Solar+SN Neutrinos: Detection Methods and Prospects
    Shirley Li, OSU

  • Status of the Jingping Neutrino Experiment
    Qian Liu, UCAS
  • Theoretical Review of Neutrino Oscillations 
    Jacobo Lopez-Pavon, CERN

  • Indirect Neutrino Mass Determination Using Cosmological Surveys
    Marilena Loverde, Stonybrook
  • Status/Potential of SHIP
    Anne-Marie Magnan, IC
  • Photo-Detector Devlopments (Incl. LAPPD)
    Matthew Malek, Sheffield
  • Status of Single Phase and Dual Phase DUNE Protodectors at CERN
    Laura Molina, ETHZ
  • Machine Learning
    Ryan Murphy, Indiana
  • Gd loaded SuperK: Status and Plan
    Yasuhiro Nakajima, ICRR, Tokyo
  • Engineering Challenges for Underground Projects
    Shoei Nakayama, ICRR, U. of Tokyo
  • Latest Results and Future Plans
    Evan Niner, Indiana
  • GPU in Modern Detectors
    Federico Nova, RAL
  • Supernova Neutrino Production
    Evan O'Connor, Stockholm

  • T2K: Latest Results and Future Plans
    Helen O'Keeffe, Lancaster

  • R&D for Short Baseline near Detectors (SBND) at FNAL
    Joleen Pater, Manchester

  • Upgrade of the T2K Near Detector ND280
    Benjamin Quilain, LLR

  • JUNO: Recent Progress in Detector R&D
    Zhonghua Qin, IHEP Beijing

  • Review of eV-Scale Sterile Neutrino Physics
    Thomas Schwetz, Karlsruhe

  • Neutrino Astronomy with Dark Matter Experiments
    Marco Selvi, Bologna
  • Status of the Hyper-K Experiment
    Itaru Shimizu, Tohoku Uni.
  • Closing remarks
    Stefan Soldner-Rembold, Manchester
  • Status of the DUNE Experiment
    Dorota Stefan, CERN
  • Superconducting Tunnel Junction Detectors
    Yuji Takeuchi, Tsukuba
  • Reactor Experiment SoliD
    Simon Vercaemer, Uni. Antwerp/Vrije Uni. Brussels
  • The Physics of Neutrinoless Double β-Decay
    Francesco Vissani, INFN, Gran Sasso
  • Summary
    Zhimin Wang, IHEP, Beijing 
  • High Pressue TPC
    Morgan Wascko, Imperial College
  • Summary
    Matt Wetstein, Iowa State
  • Overview of Neutrino-Nucleus Interaction Physics
    Callum Wilkinson, AEC, BERN

  • FNAL Short Baseline Programme (with emphasis on recent results from MicroBooNE)
    Joseph Zennamo, University of Chicago

Key dates

  • Poster abstract submission deadline {EXTENDED}: 
    30 September 2017
  • Early registration deadline {EXTENDED}:
    30 September 2017
  • Registration deadline:
    20 October 2017