In order to promote the Hyper-Kamiokande project, Next-Generation Neutrino Science Organization (NNSO) was established by cooperation of Graduate School of Science, Institute of Cosmic Ray Research, and Kavli Institute for Physics and Mathematics of Universe.
From the Graduate School of Science, Prof. Masashi Yokoyama (photo), Prof. Hiroaki Aihara, and Dr. Konosuke Iwamoto of our group participate in NNSO.
Tianmeng Lou presented a poster titled “Development and Performance Evaluation of Large-Aperture Hybrid Photo-Detector for Hyper-Kamiokande” at NEUTRINO conference held in London.
The international NEUTRINO conference, held biannually, is the largest scientific meeting in the field of neutrino physics. A record of 700 scientists from all over the world participated in this year’s conference.
At Conference on Flavor Physics and CP Violation held at Caltech on June 6-9, Dr. Ian Watson and Mr. Nobuhiro Shimizu gave talks titled “φ3 Experimental Overview” and “New Physics search in rare τ decays at Belle and prospects at Belle2,” respectively.
A new neutrino detector, named “INGRID water module,” was installed in the T2K near detector hall. The detector was developed and constructed mainly by T.Koga and graduate students in our group. Commissioning work will continue to get ready for the next neutrino beam expected in the fall.
Mr. Ose and other students presented a poster titled “Feasibility study of Axion and WIMP search experiment with SOI pixel detector” at “Revealing the history of the universe with underground particle and nuclear research” held on May 11-13 at Koshiba hall, the University of Tokyo.
A school year starts from April in Japan; This year, we welcomed two new members in our group.