Workshop on Neutrino Studies at the SNS
An informal workshop on the construction of a facility to measure
neutrino-nucleus cross sections at the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS)
was held August 28-29, 2003 at the Physics Division of the Oak Ridge
National Laboratory. The workshop included overview talks on the
motivations for studying neutrino-nucleus interactions, the results of
previous studies, and the capabilities of the SNS for performing such
experiments. Many shorter presentations focused on particular
physics topics or experimental technqiues. There was also a tour
of the SNS site, two parallel sessions of working groups, and a group
dinner at the Riverside Tavern. Over 50 scientists attended and
engaged in lively discussions about the exciting possibilities for
neutrino studies at the SNS.
The Workshop Program is available here, with
links to some of the interesting presentations.
The announcement for the workshop is also