About the INPA Seminars

All seminars are on Fridays (unless otherwise noted) and start at 12:00 (noon) with a brief presentation of the weekly scientific news. Typically the talks end by 13:00. The seminars take place in Bldg. 50A, room 5132.

The committee members are:

The following Seminar schedule for the Institute for Nuclear and Particle Astrophysics is tentative. The seminar becomes final usually a few days before the Friday of the talk.

If you have questions, comments, suggestions or like to be added to the INPA News mailing list please contact Paris Gordon at 510-486-4903 pcgordon@lbl.gov

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SPECIAL VIRTUAL INPA SEMINAR | Jingkai Xia (Shanghai Tech)

July 21 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Speaker: Jingkai Xia (Shanghai Tech)

Title: Detector Study For New Generation Of Neutrino And Dark Matter Experiments In China


Non-zero neutrino mass and the existence of dark matter are two important observations beyond the Standard Model of particle physics. Research on neutrino properties and dark matter detection will help to promote the discovery of new physics. New generation of neutrino and dark matter experiments are under construction or in commissioning in China, where advanced detectors are the key to meet the scientific goals. In this talk, I will introduce my work in detector research efforts in JUNO and PandaX-4T experiments, as well as study on detector technique which may be utilized in future experiments in China.

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July 21
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

INPA guests from campus can now come up to the lab early on Fridays. The INPA Common Room (50-5026) is reserved for our guests from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon, and from 1 pm to 5 pm. Note that the seminars are now held in 50A-5132 to accommodate a larger number of attendees.

Also, on Fridays from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm you are welcome to join the INPA Speaker for a brown-bag lunch in the small Pers Hall conference room, 54-130B.

INPA Tea Series

The Physics and Nuclear Science Divisions have together been leaders in revolutionary changes in our understanding of neutrinos and cosmology. Everyone is welcome to attend the open forum. Tea and light refreshments will be served.

INPA Common Room (50-5026)
3:30 pm

Access to the Lab

For a shuttle pass please email Paris Gordon. Please note: the pass is only valid for the day of the seminar.

If you have questions, comments, or suggestions please contact, preferably via email, Paris Gordon.