Overview
 
With the observation of coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering (CEvNS, pronounced "sevens") now realized, there is a groundswell of efforts in and around the process. This workshop will bring together theorists, phenomenologists, and experimentalists from the CEvNS community with the goal of exploring upcoming experiments, the complementarity between them, and the broad range of physics questions that CEvNS can address. The current landscape of ongoing or potential CEvNS experiments will be surveyed, and discussion will be fostered about the physics topics that can be most powerfully or uniquely addressed by this process. By bringing together theory and experiment workers at this exciting moment, we hope to enrich the exchanges within the CEvNS community, with the goal of defining and guiding future common efforts that maximize the physics impact of this process.

The workshop will be co-hosted by the Enrico Fermi Institute (EFI) and the Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics (KICP), and will take place on the University of Chicago campus at the newly renovated Physics Research Center (PRC), home of the EFI.

 
Organizing Committee
Juan Collar
UChicago
Grayson Rich
UChicago
Louis Strigari
Texas A&M

 
Registration
To register for the workshop please submit the online Registration Form. Registration deadline: October 2, 2018.

There is no registration fee.

All participants are required to review and agree to follow our KICP Community Values.

 
Location
Physics Research Center (PRC), the University of Chicago
Physics Research Center (PRC)
933 East 56th Street
Chicago, IL 60637

 
Contact Us
For questions about the workshop, please contact us at 2018CEvNS@box.uchicago.edu