Jun 26 – 30, 2023
Mainz Institute for Theoretical Physics, Johannes Gutenberg University
Europe/Berlin timezone

Scientific Program

Presentations and discussions will address the following topics:

Coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering (CEvNS)

  • Experimental status and outlook

  • Theoretical calculations (with uncertainty estimation) for relevant nuclear targets

  • Prospects for exotic physics searches with CEvNS, including the required precision

Inelastic neutrino-nucleus reactions at tens-of-MeV

  • State of experimental and theoretical approaches

  • Applications to supernova neutrino detection, etc.

  • Prospects for related electron beam measurements at the MESA accelerator

Intermediate-energy neutrino scattering for oscillation experiments

  • Nucleon knockout measurements, theory, and simulations

  • The role of ab initio calculations in guiding more approximate models

  • Possible electron-nucleus cross-section measurements using the MAMI beam: kinematical setups, observables, and targets

During the workshop we will be exploring how the unique facilities in Mainz may best be able to benefit the worldwide neutrino physics program.