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.

Jan. 11Prof. Phil S. Barbeau (Duke U.)New coherent elastic neutrino nucleus scattering results
Jan. 18Prof. Alfredo D. Ferella (L’Aquila U.)Status and science program of the XENON experiments
Jan. 25Prof. Irene Tamborra (Copenhagen U.)Ghostly messengers of the cosmos
Feb. 1Prof. Alison Lister (UBC)Dark sector searches on ATLAS
Feb. 8Prof. Gwen Grinyer (Regina U.)Radioactivity at the limits of nuclear stability
Mar. 1Dr. Javier Tiffenberg (FNAL)New sub-GeV dark matter results from SENSEI
Mar. 8Prof. Stefan Schönert (Tu München)The quest for majorana neutrinos with GERDA and LEGEND
Mar. 22Dr. Daniel Egana-Ugrinovic (Perimeter Institute)Sources of low-energy events in low-threshold dark matter detectors
Mar. 29Prof. Karim S. Karim (U of Waterloo)BrillianSe – development and applications of the world’s highest spatial resolution direct conversion x-ray detector
Apr. 12Dr. Maria Laura Divacri (PNNL)Direct method for the quantitative analysis of surface contamination on ultra-low background materials from exposure to dust
Apr. 19Dr. Giulia Brunetti (Milano Bicocca University)The ENUBET Project – monitored neutrino beams
May 17Dr. Aldo Ianni (INFN-LNGS)High sensitivity characterization of a NaI(Tl) scintillator for dark matter direct search
May 31Dr Bjoern Lehnert (LBL)KATRIN experiment

Seminars are typically held on Mondays at 1:00 pm Eastern Time. For more information, please contact

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