19-21 December 2018
Cavendish Centre
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Poster List

ID 1   Harisree Krishnamoorthy (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research)

Muon Induced Neutron measurement setup at TIFR (MINT)

ID 2   Timo Kärkkäinen (University of Helsinki)

A natural neutrino sector of 331-model with Froggatt-Nielsen mechanism

ID 3   Andrew Smith (University of Cambridge)

The Pandora consolidated multi-algorithm approach to pattern recognition in MicroBooNE

ID 4   Rhiannon Jones (University of Liverpool)

A preliminary νμ CC 0π event selection in SBND

ID 5   Teppei Katori (Queen Mary University of London)

Neutrino Interferometry for High-Precision Tests of Lorentz Symmetry with IceCube

ID 6   Matteo Tenti (University of Milano Bicocca)

The ENUBET narrow band neutrino beam

ID 7   Talal Ahmed Chowdhury (University of Dhaka)

Charged Lepton Flavor Violation in a class of Radiative Neutrino Mass Generation Models

ID 8   Thomas Brooks (University of Sheffield)

Cosmic background removal with the cosmic ray tagger system in the Short-Baseline Near Detector

ID 9   Ivania Maturana (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and IFIC-UV/CSIC)

Discrimination between the Scotogenic model and the IDM

ID 10   Alexander Goldsack (University of Oxford and Kavli IPMU)

Neutron Capture Coincidence Trigger in Super-K

ID 11   Lino Miramonti (Milano University and INFN)

Recent results of solar pp-neutrino flux with the Borexino detector

ID 12   Matheus Hostert (IPPP, Durham University)

New Physics Explanations of MiniBooNE at MINERvA and CHARM-II

ID 13   Emilio Ciuffoli (IMP, CAS)

Measuring the Neutron Distribution from Coherent Elastic Neutrino Nucleus Scattering

ID 14   Kristian Moffat (IPPP, Durham University)

Leptogenesis from Low Energy CP Violation

ID 15   Kareem Farrag (Queen Mary University of London and University of Southampton)

21 cm Cosmology and radiative neutrino decays

ID 16   Josephine Paton (University of Oxford)

Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay at the SNO+ Experiment

ID 17   Jost Migenda (University of Sheffield)

Supernova Model Discrimination with Hyper-Kamiokande

ID 18   Lorna Nolan (Queen Mary University of London)

SNO+ Water Phase Results

ID 19   Salvador Rosauro (IFT-UAM/CSIC)

Neutrino-Dark Matter Portals

ID 20   Lauren Anthony (University of Liverpool)

Optical Calibration of Water Cherenkov Detectors: A multi-optics system designed for Hyper-Kamiokande with deployment in Super-Kamiokande

ID 21   Laura Manenti (New York University Abu Dhabi)

Multilayer optical haloscope for light dark matter detection

ID 22   Sabya Sachi Chatterjee (IPPP, Durham University)

Is it possible to measure the octant of θ23 in 3+1 framework?

ID 23   Billy Liggins (Queen Mary University of London)

Cosmic muon induced neutrons in SNO+ water phase

ID 24   Sammy Lee Valder (University of Warwick)

Diffuser Research and Development for Optical Calibration Systems in Hyper-K

ID 25   Billy Vinning (University of Warwick)

The narrow-beam diffuser subsystem of a prototype optical calibration system for the Hyper-Kamiokande detector

ID 26   Giulia Brunetti (INFN Padova)

Design of the ENUBET hadronic beamline

ID 27   Susana Molina Sedgwick (Queen Mary University of London and University of Southampton)

Matter density profile effects on neutrino oscillations at T2HK and T2HKK

ID 28   Francis Bench (University of Liverpool)

T2K Three-Flavour Oscillation Analysis for the Determination of δCP

ID 29   Giel Vandierendonck (Ghent University)

Commissioning the SoLid Detector Using Cosmic Ray Muons

ID 30   Roman Berner (University of Bern)

ArgonCube — A Modular Approach for Large Liquid Argon Time Projection Chambers

ID 31   Patrick Koller (University of Bern)

ArgonCube — Neutron Tagging in the DUNE Liquid Argon Near Detector

ID 32   Evangelia Drakopoulou (University of Edinburgh)

ANNIE Phase I: Neutron Background Measurements

ID 33   Tom Lord (University of Warwick)

Near Detector Neutrino Flux Superposition at the DUNE Experiment

ID 34   Antonio Capolupo (University of Salerno and INFN)

Geometric phase of neutrinos: differences between Dirac and Majorana neutrinos

ID 35   Gaetano Lambiase (University of Salerno and INFN)

Consequences of Modified Cosmologies in DM abundance and PeV IceCube signals

ID 36   Ye-Ling Zhou (University of Southampton)

Leptonic flavour mixing in gauged SO(3)

ID 37   David Henaff (Subatech)

Calibration of the SoLid detector

ID 38   Andrew Furmanski (University of Manchester)

Recent Cross Section Measurements at MicroBooNE

ID 39   Julien Alcaide (University of Valencia - IFIC/CSIC)

Fitting flavour symmetries: texture zeros in the neutrino mass matrix

ID 40   Thomas Mettler (University of Bern)

The Cosmic Ray Tagger of MicroBooNE