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Neutrino Factory Workshop 2002

Department of Physics, Blackett Laboratory,
Imperial College London, Prince Consort Road,
London SW7 2BW, UK
1st to 6th July 2002

Fourth Bulletin

        1.  New Information
    The schedules for the plenary and parallel sessions are now available on the Web at  All speakers using electronic presentations will be required to submit their talk at least 24 hours in advance in Postscript, PDF, Powerpoint (or compatible) or HTML format. Those using plastic are also requested to send an electronic copy for the conference web site.We will have overhead projectors available, so please bring a plastic copy in case of emergency.
    Please note that there are seperate forms for registration:  and accomodation: and that pre-registration on the web is strongly encouraged.
    On site registration starts in the Blackett Laboratory, Physics Dept (see SOUTH KENSINGTON Map : ) on the Level 2 ENTRANCE  at 08h00 on Monday 01Jul02.

    2.  General Information

    The fourth international Neutrino Factory workshop, NuFact02, will take place in the Blackett Laboratory, Imperial College London from the 1st July to 6th July 2002. The workshop will cover all aspects of both neutrino and non-neutrino physics at the Neutrino Factory as well as the accelerator complex that is required to deliver the various particle beams. In addition, the relative merits of Neutrino Factory and 'super muon-neutrino' beams will be discussed. The workshop will be composed of a mixture of plenary and parallel, working-group, sessions. This bulletin contains the preliminary schedule of the workshop, identifies the working-group conveners and gives details of the registration procedure and the workshop fee.

    The first Neutrino Factory Summer Institute will take place at Coseners House, Abingdon (near Oxford) from the 24th June 2002 to 29th June 2002. For more information refer to

    3.  Registration

    Registration should be performed through the NuFact02 web site ( ).  The conference fee is 230 pounds (180 pounds for students).
    Accommodation can be booked separately via the NuFact02 web page as described in the first bulletin.
    The Registration fee does not pay for lunches. There are several sandwich shops, pubs and restaurants around the College, and a shop and a canteen on Campus.
    Sandwiches can also be ordered in advance from Level 8 Common Room.
    The NAT WEST Bank is also on Campus.

    4.  NuFact Summer Institute

    The week before the NuFact02 Workshop, the first NuFact Summer Institute will take place at Coseners House, Abingdon (near Oxford) from the 24th June 2002 to 29th June 2002. For more information refer to This will be a unique occasion to be introduced to the neutrino physics and the accelerator physics that are relevant to the design, construction and exploitation of extremely high intensity accelerator-based sources neutrinos. The aim of the Summer Institute is to form a community of motivated young physicists that will be able to realise the Neutrino Factory/ Less young, but equally motivated, physicists are also welcome.

    5.  Social Programme

    There will be a reception to welcome delegates to Imperial College  to London on Monday 1st July.  The reception will take place in the Silver Galleries of the Victoria and Albert Museum @ 19.00, main Entrance in Cromwell Road. The workshop dinner will take place on Thursday 4th July in the Flight Galleries of the Science Museum of  London @ 19.00, main Entrance in Exhibition Road. Lord Sainsbury of Turville, Parliamentary Under-Sectretary of State for Science and Innovation, will be attending the dinner.
    The cost of these two events is included in the workshop fee. Additional tickets for both functions may be purchased through the NuFact02 web page (

    6.  Correspondence

    All correspondence concerning the workshop should be addressed to:

    Piera Brambilla, NuFact02                                Email:
    High Energy Physics Group
    Blackett Laboratory, Department of Physics
    Imperial College
    Prince Consort Rd
    Tel: +44(0)207 594 7824
    FAX: +44(0)207 823 8830            BACK TO NuFact02page
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