Particle Physics Group, Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science, Kobe University

KUBEC International Workshop on Dark Matter Searches 2019

Purpose of the workshop

The purpose of this workshop is to enlarge the academic networks among Kobe University and universities in Europe. Particle Physics Group at Kobe University (KobePP) has been working on the experimental dark matter searches by using LHC/ATLAS, XMASS, XENON, NEWAGE, and Super-Kamiokande detectors. This wide variety of dark matter searches in a group at a university is a special feature of KobePP. Therefore, we are arranging this workshop to exchange the information on dark matter searches with researchers in Europe. We hope this workshop becomes an opportunity to foster future possible collaborative researches between Kobe University and European universities.

General information

Workshop was held.

The workshop will be held at Kobe University Brussels European Centre (KUBEC) from August 28 14:00 to Aug 30 14:00, 2019. The venue of the workshop is the following.

Kobe University Brussels European Centre (KUBEC)
Address: Boulevard de la Plaine 5 Pleinlaan, Bruxelles 1050 Brussel
URL: http://www.office.kobe-u.ac.jp/ipiep/kubec/inquiry_en.html

This workshop is partially supported by Organization of Advanced and Integrated Research, Kobe University. There is no registration fee. The drinks & snacks during coffee break will be provided. The fee for the workshop dinner is not included.

Registration

Regstration will be open on July 1st.
Please register at the indoco page

Accommodation

Please book a hotel by yourselves. Relatively cheap VUB hostle can be reserved from here.

Speakers (Tentative)

Piotr Mijakowski
Atsuhiko Ochi
Marco Selvi
Keita Mizukoshi
Tom Thrope
Neil Spooner
Francesco Renga
Kentaro Miuchi
Tomoyuki Saito
Merijn van de Klundert
Kosuke Takeda
Keishi Hosokawa
Yusuke Suda
Rui De Oliveira

Session schedule

Detailed program is on the indoco page Session 1: MPGD and dark matter Aug. 28 14:00-
Session 2: dark matter direct search Aug. 29 morning
Session 3: dark matter directional direct search, Aug. 29 afternoon
Session 4: dark matter indirect detection, Aug. 29 afternoon
Session 5: dark matter serch at LHC, Aug. 30 morning

Contact

Kentaro Miuchi(Kobe University)
E-mail: miuuchi@phys.sci.kobe-u.ac.jp