PSD Mixer - TOMORROW at 2:30pm
Science Division Shared Account
sciencediv at triumf.ca
Tue Apr 23 15:07:32 PDT 2019
Hello, PSD Member!
Due to Auditorium availability this month, please join us tomorrow, April 24th for the April PSD Mixer! It will take place in the Auditorium at 2:30pm.
This month's agenda is as follows:
* Jens Dilling - Division Updates (15 minutes);
* Q&A with Jens (10 minutes);
* Patrick de Perio - "Shooting Neutrinos." Abstract below (15 minutes);
* Discussion period w/ pizza :)
Hope to see you there!
for the Mixer Committee
Where's all the antimatter? ...is just one question in understanding the evolution of the universe. The T2K and future Hyper-Kamiokande experiments search for an answer using ghostly particles called neutrinos. We produce an intense neutrino beam in Japan and direct it 295 km through the earth to the current Super-Kamiokande detector. This detector consists of 50 kilotonne of water surrounded by over 10,000 single-photon sensors providing detailed images of light from particles produced in neutrino interactions occurring within. This data reveals a surprising neutrino oscillation phenomenon that can be a key to the matter-antimatter mystery.
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