Please read the Final Bulletin of the NNN10 workshop carefully.
If you are one of speakers of plenary sessions or poster presenters,
please check your name, affiliation, and title of the talks at the following URL:
Instructions of oral and poster presentations are described in the attached bulletin.
We wish you a nice trip to Toyama.
Registration was closed on Nov. 10th.
Early registration has been finished on Oct. 17th.
Late registration will close on November 10th.
The deadline for the abstract submission was postponed until Oct. 6.
The deadline for the early registration was postponed until Oct. 17.
As Chairpersons of the 11th International Workshop on Next generation Nucleon Decay and Neutrino Detectors (NNN10), we are pleased to invite you to participate in the workshop which will be held at the Toyama International Conference Center in Toyama, Japan, from December 14 to 16, 2010. Participants are encouraged to arrive on December 13th, as a welcome reception is scheduled that evening.
The registration page is open now.
We have reserved a block of hotel rooms for participants. Accommodation will be filled on a first come, first served basis. If you plan to attend the workshop, please register at your earliest convenience. The early (discounted) registration deadline is October 10, and we will accept regular registration until November 10 at a non-discounted rate.
The workshop consists of invited plenary talks, a small number of contributed talks, and 10-20 poster presentations addressing the following topics:
- Proton decays,
- High intensity neutrino beams,
- Supernova neutrinos,
- Solar neutrinos,
- Atmospheric neutrinos,
- Reactor neutrinos, and
- Large detectors R&D
If you wish to contribute a talk or a poster on one of these topics, we invite you to submit an abstract in pdf format as soon as possible via email:
The abstract submission will be closed on September 30.
We will organize an optional tour of the Kamioka underground observatory on the afternoon of the last day (December 16th). Details have not yet been determined, but you will visit Super-K, XMASS, and so on. After the visit, the bus will stop at the Toyama airport and at the hotel in Toyama. You may sign up for the tour on the registration page.
Details and updated information will be available on the workshop website.
For any communication, please contact the Local Organizing Committee via email:
The 11th International Workshop on Next generation Nucleon Decay and Neutrino Detectors (NNN10) will be held at Toyama International Conference Center in Toyama, Japan from December 14 to 16, 2010. The reception is scheduled in the evening of 13th. Participants are encouraged to arrive on December 13th.
The primary purpose of this series of workshops is to discuss future large scale detectors for research on nucleon decays and neutrino physics. Following the successful format of the previous workshops, the workshop will consist of invited plenary talks and a small number of contributed talks addressing the following topics:
- Proton decays
- High intensity neutrino beam
- Supernova neutrinos
- Solar neutrinos
- Atmospheric neutrinos
- Reactor neutrinos
- Large detectors R&D
We are looking forward to seeing you in Toyama.
Y. Suzuki and H. Aihara (co-chairs of the workshop)