The latest Daya Bay result shows that the neutrino mixing angle
¦Č13 is significantly larger than what is anticipated by most of us. The future of neutrino physics can now be discussed with concrete plans, particularly for the measurement of the leptonic CP phase and the neutrino mass hierarchy. At this critical moment, we plan to organize an ˇ°International Symposium on Neutrino Physics and Beyondˇ± at a location very close to Daya Bay, in part to celebrate the completion of the experiment construction. Current progress of neutrino physics and related field will be reviewed, and future projects will be discussed.
The conference will cover not only neutrino physics, but also neutrinoless double beta-decays, and related topics such as dark matter searches and cosmic-ray physics. The detailed list of topics is shown below:
ˇö Neutrino Oscillations
ˇö Geo &
Neutrinos & Exotic Searches
ˇö Double Beta
ˇö Dark Matter
ˇö Cosmic Ray
The Symposium will be held at the downtown of the Shenzhen city in September 23rd - 26th, 2012. The registration and abstract submission are open now and the deadline of abstract submission is Aug. 15, 2012. A city map, as well as the nearby area including Hong Kong and Daya Bay is shown
During the conference, the afternoon of Sept. 24th , a tour to the Daya Bay Experiment will be organized.
forward to seeing you in Shenzhen.
Director, Institute of High
Energy Physics, CAS