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. 11||Prof. Phil S. Barbeau (Duke U.)||New coherent elastic neutrino nucleus scattering results|
|Jan. 18||Prof. Alfredo D. Ferella (L’Aquila U.)||Status and science program of the XENON experiments|
|Jan. 25||Prof. Irene Tamborra (Copenhagen U.)||Ghostly messengers of the cosmos|
|Feb. 1||Prof. Alison Lister (UBC)||Dark sector searches on ATLAS|
|Feb. 8||Prof. Gwen Grinyer (Regina U.)||Radioactivity at the limits of nuclear stability|
|Mar. 1||Dr. Javier Tiffenberg (FNAL)||New sub-GeV dark matter results from SENSEI|
|Mar. 8||Prof. Stefan Schönert (Tu München)||The quest for majorana neutrinos with GERDA and LEGEND|
|Mar. 22||Dr. Daniel Egana-Ugrinovic (Perimeter Institute)||Sources of low-energy events in low-threshold dark matter detectors|
|Mar. 29||Prof. Karim S. Karim (U of Waterloo)||BrillianSe – development and applications of the world’s highest spatial resolution direct conversion x-ray detector|
|Apr. 12||Dr. Maria Laura Divacri (PNNL)||Direct method for the quantitative analysis of surface contamination on ultra-low background materials from exposure to dust|
|Apr. 19||Dr. Giulia Brunetti (Milano Bicocca University)||The ENUBET Project – monitored neutrino beams|
|May 17||Dr. Aldo Ianni (INFN-LNGS)||High sensitivity characterization of a NaI(Tl) scintillator for dark matter direct search|
|May 31||Dr Bjoern Lehnert (LBL)||KATRIN experiment|
Seminars are typically held on Mondays at 1:00 pm Eastern Time. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
The McDonald Institute also hosts a virtual seminar series – more information can be found on their website.