Neutrino Week in Strasbourg, France - Co-organised by COST/EuroNuNet, GDR Neutrino and ESSnuSB

Building 25, Amphi Grunenwald (Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien)

Building 25, Amphi Grunenwald

Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien

23 rue du Loess, Strasbourg
Marcos Dracos (IPHC-IN2P3/CNRS)

Neutrino Week - 5th to 9th November 2018 - Strasbourg, France.

This event will take place at the Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien (IPHC), 23 rue du Loess, Strasbourg.

The meeting is composed of three events : GDR Neutrino (5-6 November 2018), EuroNuNet (7-9 November 2018 and ESSnuSB (7-9 November 2018).

All participants are welcome to attend "open sessions" of all three events.

GDR Neutrino is a Research Group which aim is to federate research teams of CEA and  CNRS. Those teams investigate neutrino physics from the experimental or theoretical point of view. For the next four years, its goal will be to consolidate and increase the expertise of the French community in understanding neutrino properties.

EuroNuNet is a COST networking programme geared towards the study of a new approach to the experimental discovery of leptonic CP violation. Its two major goals are to aggregate the community of neutrino physics in Europe to study this concept in a spirit of inclusiveness and to impact the priority list of High Energy Physics policy makers and of funding agencies to this new approach. This COST Action is to study the possibility of producing a uniquely intense neutrino beam from a 5 MW proton beam generated with a linear, as opposed to circular, accelerator and to direct this neutrino beam to a Megaton size underground water Cherenkov neutrino detector.

ESSnuSB is a design study project financed by the European Commission. The goal of the ESSνSB project is to prepare the ground to discover and measure neutrino CPV with unprecedented sensitivity.


  • Adrien Hourlier
  • Alexander Olshevskiy
  • Ana M. Teixeira
  • Anatael Cabrera
  • Andrea Longhin
  • Andrea Scarpelli
  • Anselmo Meregaglia
  • Antoine Kouchner
  • Bjoern Wonsak
  • Björn Gålnander
  • Budimir Kliček
  • Christopher Densham
  • Claudio Giganti
  • Colin Carlile
  • Davide Franco
  • Dominique Duchesneau
  • Edoardo Mazzucato
  • Eirik Gramstad
  • elena wildner
  • Eligio Lisi
  • Enrique Fernandez-Martinez
  • Eric Baussan
  • Etienne Chardonnet
  • Francesco Capozzi
  • Frédéric Nowacki
  • Georgios Fanourakis
  • Georgios Stavropoulos
  • Gregory Lehaut
  • Guillaume MENTION
  • Gul Gokbulut
  • Henri PESSARD
  • Ilias Efthymiopoulos
  • Jacobo Lopez Pavon
  • Jacques Wurtz
  • Jean-Michel Levy
  • Jean-Pierre DELAHAYE
  • Jingyu Tang
  • Joakim Cederkall
  • Joao de Mello Neto
  • Joao Pedro Athayde Marcondes de Andre
  • Joochun (Jason) Park
  • Julie THOMAS
  • Julien Billard
  • Kjell Fransson
  • Konstantin Gertsenberger
  • Laura Munteanu
  • Laura Zambelli
  • Laurent SIMARD
  • Leonidas KALOUSIS
  • Loïc-René LABIT
  • Mamad Eshraqi
  • Marco Roda
  • Marco Zito
  • Marcos Dracos
  • Mariangela Settimo
  • Marie-Laure Schneider
  • Mariyan Bogomilov
  • Mateusz Kozioł
  • Mathieu Lamoureux
  • Mathilde Mossard
  • Matteo Agostini
  • Mehmet OGLAKCI
  • Peter Christiansen
  • philippe cotte
  • Piotr Cupial
  • Qinhua HUANG
  • Roumen Tsenov
  • Sergey Suvorov
  • Shinji Machida
  • Stephen Dolan
  • Stéphane Lavignac
  • Tamer Tolba
  • Thomas Ehrhardt
  • Thomas Palychata
  • Tord Ekelof
  • Ye Zou