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Applied Antineutrino Physics 2015

December 7-8, 2015 at the Virginia Tech Research Center in Arlington, VA.

The 11th workshop on Applied Antineutrino Physics will be held from December 7, Monday morning till December 8, Tuesday afternoon at the Virginia Tech Research Center in Arlington, VA in the Ballston conference room.

The Applied Antineutrino Physics workshops are focused on applications of neutrinos such as non-proliferation or geophysics. As a result of these workshops and the recent interest in sterile neutrinos, several small antineutrino detectors, designed explicitly for operation very close to a reactor, are being built or operated worldwide. Applications to the detection of hidden nuclear reactor and nuclear explosion are also being investigated. With an eye to this maturing technology base, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has convened an international Working Group to consider possible applications of antineutrino detectors in current and future safeguards regimes. The Working Group consists of IAEA, National Laboratories and academic participants.

The field of geoneutrinos made significant progress over the last ten years thanks to the measurements by KamLAND and Borexino. Future experiments will further improve these results and constrain Earth models.

To stay as lively as in the previous editions, we would like to limit the number of invited participants to 60 persons maximum. We kindly ask you to register at your earliest convenience.


Early registration through October 16, 2015

Online registration ends November 29, 2015

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