Presentations (Xenon01 / NOON2001)

Dec. 3    Xenon01

8:00-17:00 registration
9:00-9:05 Welcome Y.Suzuki (ICRR, U. Tokyo)
9:05-10:05 The basic properties of liquid xenon as related to its application in radiation detectors W.F.Schmidt (Freie Univ. Berlin)
10:05-10:35 Non-linearity response of liquid xenon for gamma-rays and its energy resolution T.Doke (Waseda Univ.)
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11:00-11:40 Development of liquid xenon detectors for PET and other applications  V.Chepel (Coimbra Univ.)
11:40-12:20 Large Scale Liquid Xe detector and Infra Red detection in Xenon G.Carguno (Padova)
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14:00-14:30 The LXeTPC of the Balloon-Borne LXeGRIT  Compton Telescope E.Aprile (Columbia Univ.)
14:30-15:00 Liquid Xe detector for mu e gamma search K.Ozone (ICEPP, U. Tokyo)
15:00-15:20 Pulse tube refrigerator for liquid xenon T.Haruyama (KEK)
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15:50-16:50 DAMA experiment I, II R.Bernabei (Roma)
16:50-17:30 The UKDM Xe dark matter programme - towards one ton N.J.C.Spooner (Sheffield Univ.)
17:30-18:10 The DRIFT directional dark matter detector with Xe, R&D on GEMs, and micro-megas B. Morgan (Sheffield Univ.)

Dec. 4    Xenon01,  conference dinner

8:30-17:30 registration
9:00-10:00 Electron-Ion Recombination in Liquid Rare Gases Y.Hatano (Kyushu Univ.)
10:00-11:00 Liquid Xe (Ar) detectors, low background conditions, and Russian activities A.Barabash (ITEP)
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11:30-12:00 Refractive index of liquid xenon in the vuv region A.Hitachi (Kochi Med. Scl.)
12:00-12:30 Solid xenon detector M.Miyajima (Fukui Univ.)
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14:00-14:40 XMASS experiment I  S.Moriyama (ICRR, U. Tokyo)
14:40-15:20 XMASS experiment II M.Yamashita (Waseda Univ.)
15:20-16:00 DECAY4 and application to evaluation of XMASS experiment  Y.Zdesenko (INR)
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16:30-17:00 XENON: A 1-ton Liquid Xenon Experiment for Dark Matter E.Aprile (Columbia Univ.)
17:00-17:40 EXO S.Waldman (Stanford Univ.)
conference dinner

Dec. 5    NOON2001

(Solar neutrinos)

8:00-17:00 registration
9:00-9:30 Super-Kamiokande Y. Koshio (ICRR, U. Tokyo)
9:30-10:00 SNO S. Oser (Penn)
10:00-10:30 Recent status of astrophysical S17 T. Motobayashi (Rikkyo)
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11:00-11:20 Weak current in Deuterium and SNO experiment T. Sato (Osaka)
11:20-11:50 Solar model based on Helioseismology S. Watanabe (Tokyo)

(Solar neutrino phenomenology and future)

14:00-14:30 Two flavor solar neutrino global analysis I M. Smy (UCI)
14:30-15:00 Two flavor solar neutrino global analysis II M. C. Gonzalez-Garcia(CERN)
15:00-15:15 Comment A. Marrone (Bari)
15:15-15:45 The status of Resonant Spin Flavor Precession  C. S. Lim (Kobe)
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16:20-16:40 KamLAND J. Goldman (Tohoku)
16:40-17:10 Future Low energy solar neutrino measurements S. Schoenert (MPI)
17:10-17:30 Value and sensitivity of the future low energy solar neutrino experiment M. Nakahata (ICRR, U. Tokyo)

Dec. 6    NOON2001

(Atmospheric neutrinos)

8:30-17:00 registration
9:00-9:30 Present status of the atmospheric neutrino studies M. Messier (Harvard)
9:30-10:00 Primary cosmic ray measurements K. Abe (Tokyo)
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10:30-11:00 Primary proton spectrum of 0.4-30TeV deconvolved from atmospheric gamma-ray spectrum at balloon latitude K. Yoshida (Kanagawa)
11:00-11:30 Systematic uncertainty in calculation of the atmospheric neutrino flux P. Lipari (Rome)

(Oscillation phenomenology I)

13:30-14:00 Oscillation-enhanced search for new interaction with neutrinos J. Sato (Kyushu)
14:00-14:25 Three & four flavor analysis of solar and atmospheric neutrinos M. C. Gonzalez-Garcia (CERN)
14:25-14:50 Three flavor analysis of solar and atmospheric neutrinos A. Marrone (Bari)
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15:20-15:50 Implications of the recent results of the solar neutrino experiments S. T. Petcov (SISSA)

(Absolute neutrino mass)

15:50-16:20 Absolute neutrino mass determination H. Paes (Wuerzburg)


Dec. 7    NOON2001, conference dinner

(Accelerator neutrinos, CPV)

8:10-17:00 registration
8:30-9:00 K2K J. Hill (ICRR & SUNY, StonyBrook)
9:00-9:30 MINOS M. Messier (Harvard)
9:30-10:00 Future CERN-based accelerator experiments M. Campanelli (CERN)
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10:30-11:00 JHF-neutrino experiment T. Kajita (ICRR, U. Tokyo)
11:00-11:30 Prospects of future long baseline neutrino oscillation experiments using KEK-JAERI HIPA M. Aoki (KEK)
11:30-12:00 Neutrino Factory; physics potentials and present status O. Yasuda (Tokyo Metro.)

(Models and GUTs)

13:50-14:30 Neutrino oscillations and extra dimensions Q. Shafi (Bartol)
14:30-15:00 Semi-simple unification T. Watari (Tokyo)
15:00-15:30 Leptogenesis via LHu flat direction M. Fujii (Tokyo)
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16:00-16:30 Predictive texture of realistic neutrino mixings Z. Tavartkilads (WAI)
16:30-17:00 The GUT? neutrino bi-large mixing and proton decay N. Maekawa (Kyoto.)
17:00-17:30 Neutrino bimaximal texture and mu into e gamma N. Shimoyama(Niigata)
19:00- conference dinner

Dec. 8    NOON2001   

(Lepton flavor violation)

8:10-12:00 registration
8:30-9:00 tau -> mu gamma: status and prospects T. Ohshima (Nagoya)
9:00-9:30 mu -> e conversion: status and prospects K. Yoshimura (KEK)
9:30-10:00 mu -> e gamma: status and prospects W. Ootani (ICEPP, U. Tokyo)
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10:30-11:00 Lepton physics in super symmetric models J. Hisano (KEK)

(Oscillation phenomenology II)

11:00-11:30 Classification of neutrino-mixing models and bimaximal mixing S. Barr (Bartol)

 (Supernova neutrinos)

11:30-12:00 Supernova Neutrinos J. Beacom (Fermilab)


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