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SNOLAB Virtual Seminar Series

SNOLAB runs a virtual series of research seminars bringing together experimental and theoretical physicists from across Canada and around the world to present their most recent research.

Seminars are typically held on Mondays at 1:00 PM ET. To receive reminders and connection info or to be added to the SNOLAB Seminar Series email-list, contact Andy Kubik (andy.kubik@snolab.ca), and/or Aleksandra Bialek (aleksandra.bialek@snolab.ca), and/or Pietro Giampa (pietro.giampa@snolab.ca).

2022 Seminars

DateSpeakerTitle
Jan.16Pawel Moskal (Jagiellonian U) Positronium imaging for studies of human brain and matter-antimatter asymmetry
December 19thLogan Lebanowski
(UC Berkeley)
Observation of Antineutrinos from Distant Reactors using Pure Water at SNO+
December 12thRyan Wang
(U of Alabama)
LZ Results Seminar
December 5thMark Hartz
(TRIUMF)
The Hyper-Kamiokande Neutrino Observatory and Experiment
November 28th Jeff Martin
(U of Winnipeg)
Ultracold Neutrons and the Universe
November 21stDoug Pinckney
(UMass Amherst)
Progress Towards HeRALD: The Helium Roton Apparatus for Light Dark Matter
November 14thKatherine Pachal
(TRIUMF)
The DarkLight experiment and the hunt for a new boson
November 7thJuliette Mammei
(University of Manitoba)
Neutron matter matters – the PREX and CREX results
June 27thCarsten Krauss
(U of Alberta)
The P-ONE neutrino observatory
June 13thProf. Gray Rybka
(U of Washington)
The search for axion dark matter – ADMX and beyond
May 30thDr. Brigitte Vachon
(McGill)
Canadian perspective on the high-luminosity LHC project
May 16thDr. Spencer Axani
(MIT)
The KAMLAND-ZEN 800 Experiment
April 25thChris Wilson
(U of Waterloo)
Generating quantum microwaves using superconducting circuits
March 7thProf. Jess McGiver
(UBC)
Recent results from LIGO and VIRGO
March 21stProf. Cliff Burgess
(McMaster + PI)
Surprisingly Dark Implications of a Supersymmetric Gravity Sector
April 4thProf. Michela Lai
(Caligari U)
New constrains on heavy, multi-scattering dark matter particles

2021 Seminars

DateSpeakerTitle
August 16th Dr. Noah Kurinsky
(FNAL)
Design and characterization of a phonon-mediated cryogenic particle detector with an EV-scale threshold and 100 KEV-scale dynamic range
July 15thProf. Fabio Iocco
(University of Napoli)
Dark matter in the Milky Way
June 28th Dr. Bjoern Lehnert
(LBL)
New neutrino mass constraints from the KATRIN experiment
June 14thProf. Louis Lyons
(Oxford University)
TRISEP colloquium: What is probability? Bayes and frequentist approaches
June 14thProf. Justin Read
(University of Surrey)
Galaxy formation simulations for probing the nature of dark matter
May 17thDr. Aldo Ianni
(INFN-LNGS)
High sensitivity characterization of a NaI(Tl) scintillator for dark matter direct search
April 19thDr. Giulia Brunetti
(Milano Bicocca University)
The ENUBET Project – monitored neutrino beams
April 12thDr. Maria Laura Divacri (PNNL)Direct method for the quantitative analysis of surface contamination on ultra-low background materials from exposure to dust
March 29thProf. Karim S. Karim
(U of Waterloo)
BrillianSe – development and applications of the world’s highest spatial resolution direct conversion x-ray detector
March 22thDr. Daniel Egana-Ugrinovic (Perimeter Institute)Sources of low-energy events in low-threshold dark matter detectors
March 8thProf. Stefan Schönert
(Tu München)
The quest for majorana neutrinos with GERDA and LEGEND
March 1stDr. Javier Tiffenberg
(FNAL)
New sub-GeV dark matter results from SENSEI
February 8thProf. Gwen Grinyer
(Regina U.)
Radioactivity at the limits of nuclear stability
February 1stProf. Alison Lister
(UBC)
Dark sector searches on ATLAS
January 25thProf. Irene Tamborra (Copenhagen U.)Ghostly messengers of the cosmos
January 18thProf. Alfredo D. Ferella (L’Aquila U.)Status and science program of the XENON experiments
January 11thProf. Phil S. Barbeau
(Duke U.)
New coherent elastic neutrino nucleus scattering results

The McDonald Institute also hosts a virtual seminar series – more information can be found on their website.