These lectures are aimed at exploring the state-of-the-art and open questions of theoretical and experimental neutrino physics.
Three lectures of 1h30' each will be given by Boris Kayser (Fermilab); after each session, at least thirty minutes are open for questions and exchanges.
The target audience is staff physicists, post-docs and PhD students.
The attendance to the lectures is free, but people willing to participate to the lunch on Thursday May 4th (also free!) are kindly asked to register before April 28th.