Workshop on Long Baseline Neutrino Experiments

 

March 6-7, 2006 – Fermilab

Hornet’s Nest – Wilson Hall  8 North

 

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Agenda

(talks will be posted as available)

Monday, March 6, 2006

 

Session Chair: 0830 – 1030 – G. Rameika

0845

Welcome, Why are we here?

S. Dawson – BNL

H. Montgomery – FNAL

0900

Getting the Most from Long Baseline Neutrino Experiments at Fermilab

O. Mena - FNAL

0930

Comparison of Physics of Wideband/Off-Axis Beams

P. Huber- U Wisconsin

1000

The International Scoping Study: Status, Plans, and Prospects

K. Long

Imperial College/London

1030

Break

Session Chair: 1100 – 1230 – S. Aronson

1100

NuMI Beam Characteristics

J. Hylen - FNAL

1130

Proton Driver:  Emphasis on Deliverables

G. Apollinari - FNAL

1200

Main Injector and NuMI Upgrades and Beyond

A. Marchionni - FNAL

1230

Lunch

Session Chair: 1400 – 1530 – D. Finley

1400

Long Baseline Experiments with Wideband Beams

M. Diwan - BNL

1445

Liquid Argon and the Second Oscillation Maximum

B. Fleming - Yale

1530

Break

1600

Discussion of Study Organization, Setup of Working Groups, etc.

M. Diwan – BNL

R. Rameika - FNAL

1730

Adjourn

 

 

Tuesday, March 7, 2006

 

Session Chair: 0900 – 1030 – N. Samios

 

Notes on DUSEL

J. Kotcher

0900

Henderson DUSEL: Vision, Infrastructure and Plan for Large Multipurpose Detectors

C.-K. Jung

SUNY/Stonybrook

0945

The Homestake Underground Laboratory: Options for Large Detectors in the Underground

K. Lesko

LBL/Homestake

1030

Break

Session Chair: 1100 – 1230 – S. Geer

1100

Water Cerenkov

C. Yanagisawa

SUNY/Stonybrook

1145

Concluding Talk

S. Parke-FNAL

1230

Adjourn

 

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Last Update: March 15, 2006

 

M. Smith