10-11 July 2016
Queen Mary University of London
Europe/London timezone


The Hyper-Kamiokande project is being designed to be the next decade's flagship experiment for the study of neutrino oscillations, nucleon decays, and astrophysical neutrinos.

We will hold the 7th International Open Working Group Meeting for Hyper-Kamiokande..

The outline of the meeting is:

        • 10 July (Sun.)morning:  General presentations about Hyper-K
        • 10 July (Sun.)afternoon and 11 July(Mon.) 16:00:
           discussion on topics of common interest

The slides for the past open meetings can be found here;
(1st) http://indico.ipmu.jp/indico/conferenceTimeTable.py?confId=7#all.detailed
(2nd) http://indico.ipmu.jp/indico/conferenceTimeTable.py?confId=10#all.detailed
(3rd) http://indico.ipmu.jp/indico/conferenceTimeTable.py?confId=23#all.detailed
(4th) http://indico.ipmu.jp/indico/conferenceTimeTable.py?confId=29#all.detailed
(5th) http://indico.ipmu.jp/indico/conferenceTimeTable.py?confId=34#all.detailed
(6th) http://indico.ipmu.jp/indico/conferenceTimeTable.py?confId=52#all.detailed

The aim of the meeting is to identify areas of common interest and to explore ways to advance in those areas.
On July 10 morning, a few talks will introduce the current status of the Hyper-Kamiokande experiment.
It will be followed by a few dedicated sessions on specific R&D topics up to July 11 around 16:00, that in particular will focus on photosensors, test beams at CERN, electronics, calibration, software and physics tools.

Participants are encouraged to submit abstracts for talks in which to present their individual interests in specific topics. If you have any questions or would like to discuss any topic, please contact the scientific organizing committee.

The meeting will require prior registration to participate and your registration at your earliest possible convenience would be appreciated. There is a registration fee of £40 that includes all the coffee breaks, the lunches and the reception the first day. University accommodations can also be booked when registering (note an early deadline, May 16, for the university accommodation). 

We are looking forward to seeing you in London.

Scientific Organizing Committee Members

T. Nakaya (Kyoto), D. Wark (STFC & Oxford U.), M. Nakahata (ICRR-Tokyo), T. Kobayashi (KEK), M. Shiozawa (ICRR-Tokyo U.), F. Di Lodovico (QMUL), M. Yokoyama (Tokyo U.), H. Aihara (Tokyo U.), A. Blondel (Geneva U.), G. Catanesi (Bari U.), Y. Itow (Nagoya U.), E. Kearns (Boston U.), J.M.Poutissou (TRIUMF)
For any questions regarding the agenda, please email the Scientific Organizing Committee committee

Local Organizing Committee Members Francesca DI LODOVICO (QMUL), Teppei KATORI (QMUL), Ben RICHARDS (QMUL), Jeanne WILSON (QMUL)
For any questions regarding the registration, accommodation and transportation, please email our secretarial support Ms Jazmina Vaca-Ortiz (QMUL)
Queen Mary University of London
F. Bancroft Building, Mason lecture theatre
Mile End Road,London E1 4NS, UK
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