Special Issue "Selected Papers from the 23rd International Workshop on Neutrinos from Accelerators (NuFACT 2022)"

A special issue of Instruments (ISSN 2410-390X).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 25 November 2022 | Viewed by 124

Special Issue Editors

Prof. Dr. Carsten Rott
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Guest Editor
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 84112, USA
Interests: neutrino physics; astroparticle physics; physics beyond the standard model; dark matter
Dr. Yue Zhao
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Guest Editor
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT 84112, USA
Interests: new physics beyond the Standard Model

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

NuFACT 2022 is the 23rd in the series of yearly international workshops which started in 1999 and which was previously called the International Workshop on Neutrino Factories. The change of name to International Workshop on Neutrinos from Accelerators is related to the fact that the workshop program has come to include all current and future accelerators, as well as reactor-based neutrino projects, including muon projects (e.g., the Neutrino Factory project).

The main goal of the workshop is to review the progress of current and future facilities able to improve on measurements of the properties of neutral and charged lepton flavor violation, as well as searches for new phenomena beyond the capabilities of presently planned experiments. The workshop is both interdisciplinary and interregional, in that experimenters, theorists, and accelerator physicists from all over the world share expertise with the common goal of reviewing the results of currently operating experiments and designing the next generation of experiments.

The NuFACT 2022 workshop is divided into seven Working Groups covering the following topics:

  1. Neutrino Oscillations (WG1).
  2. Neutrino Scattering Physics (WG2).
  3. Accelerator Physics (WG3).
  4. Muon Physics (WG4).
  5. Neutrinos beyond PMNS (WG5).
  6. Detectors (WG6).
  7. Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Education, and Outreach (IDEEO; WG7).


Note: Waivers for open access publication fees will be applied for the participants.

Prof. Dr. Carsten Rott
Dr. Yue Zhao
Guest Editors

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  • neutrino oscillations
  • neutrino scattering physics
  • accelerator physics
  • muon physics
  • neutrinos beyond PMNS
  • detectors

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