2021 SNOLAB Virtual Seminar Series

Seminars are held on Mondays at 1:00 pm ET, unless otherwise noted.
Abstracts and links to speakers' slides may be found online at SharePoint.

Abstract Date Speaker Title Zoom Line
link 01-11 Prof. Phil S. Barbeau (Duke U.) New COHERENT Elastic Neutrino Nucleus Scattering Results click
link 01-12 @2:30pm Lina Necib (MIT) MI Seminar : Tracing Dark Matter with Stars click
link 01-18 @12pm Prof. Alfredo D. Ferella (L’Aquila U.) Status and science program of the XENON experiments click
link 01-25 Prof. Irene Tamborra (Copenhagen U.) GHOSTLY MESSENGERS OF THE COSMOS click
link 01-26 @2:30pm Hongwan Liu (NYU) MI Seminar : Lyman-Alpha Constraints on Cosmic Heating from Dark Matter Annihilation and Decay click
link 02-01 Prof. Alison Lister (UBC) Dark Sector Searches on ATLAS click
link 02-08 Prof. Gwen Grinyer (Regina U.) RADIOACTIVITY AT THE LIMITS OF NUCLEAR STABILITY click
link 02-09 @4:00pm Rebecca Leane (SLAC) MI Seminar : Dark Matter in Stars and Planets click
link 02-16 @2:30pm Prof. Livia Ludhova (Forschungszentrum Jülich and RWTH Aachen University, Germany) MI Seminar : A new journey to the center of the Earth: goeneutrino measurement with Borexino click
link 03-01 Dr. Javier Tiffenberg (FNAL) New Sub-GeV Dark Matter Results from SENSEI click
link 03-08 Prof. Stefan Schönert (TU München) The quest for Majorana neutrinos with GERDA and LEGEND click
link 03-16 @2:30pm Evan McDonough (University of Chicago) MI Seminar: Constraining Early Dark Energy with Large Scale Structure click
link 03-22 Dr. Daniel Egana-Ugrinovic (Perimeter Institute) Sources of Low-Energy Events in Low-Threshold Dark Matter Detectors click
link 03-29 Prof. Karim S. Karim (Waterloo University) BrillianSe – Development and applications of the world’s highest spatial resolution direct conversion X-ray detector click
link 03-30 @2:30pm Xavier Mougeot (Université Paris-Saclay, CEA, List, Laboratoire National Henri Becquerel (LNE-LNHB)) MI Seminar: Weak interaction transitions in ionizing radiation metrology: from fundamental physics to applications click
link 04-12 Dr. Maria Laura DiVacri (PNNL) Direct method for the quantitative analysis of surface contamination on ultra-low background materials from exposure to dust click
link 04-19 Dr. Giulia Brunetti (Milano Bicocca University) The Enubet Project - monitored neutrino beams click
link 05-03 Dr. Jarek Kaspar (University of Washington) FIRST RESULTS FROM THE FERMILAB MUON G-2 EXPERIMENT click
link 05-17 Dr. Aldo Ianni (INFN - LNGS) High sensitivity characterization of a NaI(Tl) scintillator for dark matter direct search click
link 06-14 Prof. Justin Read (University of Surrey) Galaxy formation simulations for probing the nature of dark matter click
link 06-25 Prof. Louis Lyons (Oxford University) TRISEP Collquium: WHAT IS PROBABILITY? BAYES AND FREQUENTIST APPROACHES click
link 06-28 Dr. Bjoern Lehnert (LBL) New neutrino mass constraints from the KATRIN experiment click
link 07-05 Prof. Fabio Iocco (Univeristy of Napoli) Dark Matter in the Milky Way click
link 08-16 Dr. Noah Kurinsky (FNAL) Quantum Sensors for Direct Detection of Sub-GeV Dark Matter click

Questions or requests about the seminars? Send an e-mail to Silvia Scorza