AGENDA for NEUTRINOS AND ARMS CONTROL WORKSHOP

5-7 February 2004, Pacific Room, East-West Center, UHM Campus


Click on the links for talks. More to come, 9 February 2004.

  Time

Subject

Speaker

 Thur 

 5 Feb

 

 0930

 Introductions

 John Learned, UHM

 0940

 Welcome

 Dr. Charles Helsely, for UHM Chancellor Englert  

 0950

 UH Neutrino Group Activities

 Peter Gorham, UHM

 1000

 Introduction to DTRA

 Arthur Wendel, DTRA

 1030

 Anti-Neutrino Detection, Earth Reactor

 Gene Guillian, UH

 1100

 coffee break

 

 1130

 Large Anti-Neutrino Detector

 Franz von Feilitzsch, TUM

 1200

 Future Large Underwater Nu Telescopes

 Leo Resvanis, U. Athens

 1230

 lunch break

 

 

 Session Chair

 Steve Olsen, UHM

 1330

 Monitoring Nearby Reactors

 Adam Bernstein, LLNL

 1400

 Monitoring All Earth Reactors

 John Learned, UH

 1430

 Science with a Low Energy Gigaton Detector

 Sandip Pakvasa, UH

 1500

 coffee break

 

 1530

 Getting Serious about Coherent Neutrino-
 Nucleus Scattering Detectors

 Juan Collar, Chicago

 1600

 Arms Control, Monitoring and Treaty (slides, transcripts)
 Verification; National Tech. Means & Intell.

 Richard Garwin, IBM

 

 1700

 Eliminating Nuclear Bombs with Ultra-High
 Energy Neutrinos

 Hiroyuki Hagura, KEK

 1730

 Future UHE Neutrino Beams

 Kirk McDonald, Princeton

 1800

 dinner (downstairs at EWC)

 

 

 

 

 Fri

 6 Feb

 

 0900

Technology Sessions: Photodetection

 Chair: Gary Varner, UHM

 0900

 Photomultipliers

 Yuji Yoshizawa, Hamamatsu

 0930

 Photomultipliers

 Paul Hink, Burle

 1000

 New Photodetectors

 Daniel Ferenc, UCD

 1030

 Micro-Pattern Detectors

 Phil Barbeau, U. Chicago

 1100

 coffee break

 

 1130

 Adv. Flexible Circuit Mtls as Components for Particle Detectors and Other Applications

 Mark Richmond, MMM

 1200

 Micromachined Large Area PMT

 David Winn, Fairfield

 1230

 lunch break

 

 1330

Technology Sessions: Ocean Engineering

 Chair: Mike Peters, UHM

 1330

 Giant Deep Ocean Balloons

 Joe van Ryzin, MOE

 1400

 H2O and Low Cost Scintillator/Cherenkov
 Liquid Media

 David Winn, Fairfield

 1430

 Water Doping for Increased Light

 Art McDonald, Queens

 1500

 Coffee break

 

 1530

 Cl Loaded Anti-Neutrino Detector and SN Early Warning System

 Mark Vagins, UCI

 1600

 Organize working groups

 John Learned, leader

 1730

 end of session

 

 1800

 barbecue (at jgl’s house)

 

 

 

 

Sat

 7 Feb

 

0930

 Comments

 Richard Garwin, IBM

1000

 Photodetector discussion

 Juan Collar, leader

1100

 coffee break

 

1130

 Ocean Challenges

 Hugh Bradner, leader

1230

 lunch break

 

1330

 Neutrino Beams

 Kirk  McDonald, leader

1500

 coffee break

 

1530

 Summary and Plans

 All

1630

 End of Workshop