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Determination of the absolute electron (anti)-neutrino mass

Registration closed 05/03/2018.

Secretariat

Susan Driessen
+39 0461 314722
Monday, 26 March, 2018 - 08:30 to Friday, 30 March, 2018 - 14:00
Abstract: 

The absolute neutrino mass scale could be the key for the theory beyond the Standard Model. Since the analysis of cosmological observations is approaching sensitivities close to the minimal allowed sum of neutrino masses and experiments searching for neutrinoless double beta decay are getting more sensitive, the quest for results from direct searches for the electron (anti-)neutrino mass by means of kinematic analysis is becoming very pressing. Presently two isotopes are in the spotlight: H-3 and Ho-163. KATRIN, Project 8 and PTOLEMY using H-3 and ECHo, HOLMES and NuMECS using Ho-163 aim to reach subeV sensitivity within the next few years.

The objective of this 2nd workshop is to foster the exchange between theorists and experimentalists in the light of new results achieved by experiments and to open a platform for discussions about future approaches to extend the sensitivity of kinematic measurements of the neutrino mass below 100 meV.

Registration period: 
08 Jan 2018 to 04 Mar 2018

Organizers

Loredana Gastaldo Universität Heidelberg
Kathrin Valerius Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

Attendees

Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
BehrensJanKarlsruhe Institute of Technolgy (KIT)Germany
BiasottimicheleUniversità di GenovaUniversità di Genova
BraßMartinInstitute for theoretical physics University of HeidelbergGermany
BrofferioChiaraUniversità di Milano BicoccaItaly
BöserSebastianJohannes Gutenberg Universität, MainzGermany
CoccoAlfredoINFNItaly
De GeroneMatteoIstituto Nazionale di Fisica NucleareItaly
DorrerHolgerJohannes Gutenberg-Universität MainzGermany
DrexlinGuidoKITGermany
EliseevSergeyMax-Planck Institute for Nuclear PhysicsGermany
FaesslerAmandUniversity of TuebingenGermany
FaverzaniMarcoUniversità Milano-Bicocca and INFNItaly
FerriElenaUniversità degli Studi di Milano-BicoccaItalia
FraenkleFlorianKarlsruhe Institute of TechnologyGermany
GallucciGiovanniINFN -Sezione di GenovaItaly
GastaldoLoredanaKirchhoff Institute for Physics, Heidelberg UniversityGermany
GiuntiCarloINFNItaly
hannestadsteenaarhus universitydenmark
HasselClemensKirchhoff Institute for Physics, Heidelberg UniversityGermany
HaverkortMaurits W. Institute for Theoretical Physics - Heidelberg UniversityGermany
KempfSebastianKirchhoff-Institute for Physics, Heidelberg UniversityGermany
KleinManuelKarlsruhe Institute of TechnologyGerman
KoehlerKatrinaLos Alamos National LaboratoryUSA
lasserrethierryCEAFrance
LindmanAlecUniversität MainzGermany
MantegazziniFedericaKirchhoff Institute for PhysicsGermany
MertensSusanneMax Planck Institute for PhysicsGermany
NucciottiAngelo EnricoUniversità di Milano-BicoccaItaly
ParnoDianaCarnegie Mellon UniversityUS
PuiuAndreiUniversità degli Studi di Milano-BicoccaItaly
RabinMichaelLos Alamos National LaboratoryUnited States
RanitzschPhilipp Chung-OnMünster UniversityGermany
RodejohannWernerMPIKGermany
SackRudolfWWU MuensterGermany
SaldanaLuisYale UniversityUnited States of America
SchlösserMagnusKarlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Technical Physics, Tritium Laboratory KarlsruheGermany
SellentinElenaUniversité de GenèveSwitzerland
SimkovicFedorComenius UniversitySlovakia
SlezákMartinMax Planck Institute for PhysicsGermany
SteinbrinkNicholasUni Münster, Institut für KernphysikGermany
ThümmlerThomasKarlsruhe Institute of TechnologyGarmany
TullyChristopherPrinceton UniversityUSA
ValeriusKathrinKarlsruhe Institute of TechnologyGermany
VissaniFrancescoLNGS & GSSIItaly
WegnerMathiasKirchhoff-Institute for PhysicsGermany
WendtKlausUniversity of Mainz Germany
ZiegenbeinAlexanderEberhard Karls University TübingenGermany