Wednesday, December 3, 2003
We have already got anannus mirabilis

Chairman: S.Bilenky (JINR,Dubna)
A.Y.Smirnov (INR of RAS, Moscow & ICTP,Trieste) Neutrinos:"...annus mirabilis"
V.Rusu (University of Pennsylvania) The Impact of the SNO Results
G.A. Horton-Smith (California Institute of Tech., Pasadena) KamLAND Status and Prospects
V. Koshio (University of Tokyo) Solar Neutrinos in SK

Chairman: Chairman: J.Schneps ( Tufts University)
E.Bellotti (University of Milano) The Gallium Observatory ( ppt, pdf)
G.P.Bellini (University of Milano) The Status and the Physics Expectations of the Borexino Experiment
D.O. Caldwell (University of California, Santa Barbara) Solar Neutrino Flux Variability
V.Berezinsky (LNGS) Oscillation of Mirror Neutrinos in Solar and High Energy Physics

What comes next?
Chairman: E.Coccia (LNGS)
S. Petcov (SISSA/INFN & INRNE, Sofia) Neutrino Masses and Mixing and the Nature of Massive Neutrinos
F.T.Avignone (University of South Carolina) Double Beta Decay: Selected Next Generation Proposals
K. Okumura (University of Tokyo) SK Atmospheric Neutrinos Results
P. Lipari (INFN, Roma La Sapienza) Atmospheric Neutrino Oscillations and Accelerator Experiments

Chairman: Y.Déclais (LAPP,Annecy-le-Vieux)
I.Kreslo (University of Bern) OPERA
R.Dolfini (University of Pavia) ICARUS (ppt, pdf)
N.Tagg (University of Oxford) MINOS
R. Voss (CERN) Gulf of Taranto
Thursday, December 4, 2003

Which way?

Chairman: D.Haidt (DESY)
M. Lindner (University of Munich) The Path to Measuring , Matter Effects and Leptonic CP Violation
J.Bouchez (CEA/DAPNIA) New Experimental Options on the Measurements
G. Feldman (HarvardUniversity) NuMI off-axis
K. Nishikawa (KyotoUniversity) Neutrino Experiment at J-PARC

Chairman: S.Katsanevas ( IN2P3/CNRS)
H. deKerret (PCC - Collège de France) Reactor Experiments: Systematic Errors and Background
L.Oberauer (TechnicalUniversityMunich) LENA Low Energy Neutrino Astronomy
S.Choubey (SISSA) Solar Neutrino Oscillation Parameters in Experiments with Reactor Anti-Neutrinos
P.Migliozzi (INFN,Napoli) Complementarity of Terrestrial Neutrino Experiments in Searching for ( ppt, pdf)

An ultimate goal?

Chairman: E. Iarocci (University of Roma, La Sapienza)
H. Minakata (Tokyo Metropolitan University) New Views on the Problem of CP Violation
A.Rubbia (ETH,Zurich) Accelerator Experiments for CP Violation
H.Haseroth (CERN) Superbeam and Neutrino Factories. Status of R&D and Plans for Technological Selections (ppt, pdf)
A.Marchionni (FERMILAB) About Detectors

Chairman: M. Aguilar-Benítez (CIEMAT)
A.Blondel (University of Geneva) MICE
R. Raja (FNAL) Status of Neutrino Factory R&D within the Muon Collaboration
M. Mezzetto (INFN, Padova) Beta Beams
N.Mavromatos (King's College,London) CPT Violation: Cosmological and Quantum Gravity Effects and their Phenomenology

Friday, December 5, 2003

What can we learn?

Chairman: J.Panman (CERN)
W.G. Scott (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory) Status of Tri-Bimaximal Mixing
E. Ma (University ofCalifornia,Riverside) Neutrinos with Z3 Symmetry and New Charged-Lepton Interactions
C.Bemporad (University of Pisa) Lepton Number Violation and Neutrino Oscillations
A.Bottino (University of Torino) Neutrinos and Dark Matter

Chairman: J. Fry (University of Wisconsin)
S. Pascoli1G (UCLA) On the Connection between Leptogenesis and Low-Energy CPV
P. Di Bari (IFAE, University Autonoma of Barcelona) Leptogenesis and Neutrino Mixing Data
S.Bludman (DESY) Energy: Cosmological Constant or Quintessence?
A.Vilenkin (Tufts University) Anthropic Prediction for Neutrino Masses

Finding the way
Round Table on: Workshop Conclusion and Plans for Future Work

Chairman: N.Cabibbo

H.Haseroth, M. Lindner,L.Maiani, H.Minakata,K. Nishikawa, K. Peach, M. Spiro and S. Wojcicki