Wednesday, December 3, 2003


“We have already got an annus mirabilis”



            Chairman: S. Bilenky (JINR, Dubna)


09.15   Welcome


09.30   A.Y. Smirnov  (INR of RAS, Moscow & ICTP, Trieste)                   



10.00   V. Rusu (University of Pennsylvania)

            The Impact of the SNO Results


10.20   G.A. Horton-Smith (California Institute of Technology, Pasadena)

            KamLAND Status and Prospects


10.40   Y.  Koshio (ICRR, University of Tokyo)

            Solar Neutrinos in SK


11.00                                                   Coffee Break



            Chairman: J. Schneps (Tufts University)


11.30   E. Bellotti (University of Milano)

            The Gallium Observatory


11.50      G.P. Bellini (University of Milano)    

            The Status and the Physics Expectations of the Borexino Experiment


12.10   D.O. Caldwell (University of California, Santa Barbara)

            Solar Neutrino Flux Variability


12.30   V. Berezinsky            (LNGS)

            Oscillation of Mirror Neutrinos in Solar and High Energy Physics


13.00                                                   Lunch



“What comes next?”



          Chairman: E. Coccia (LNGS)


14.30    S. Petkov  (SISSA/INFN & INRNE, Sofia)             

            Neutrino Masses and Mixing and the Nature of Massive Neutrinos


15.00   F.T.  Avignone (University of South Carolina)         

Double Beta Decay: Selected Next Generation Proposals


15.30   I. Krivosheina            (Max-Planck-Institut, Heidelberg)

            GENIUS-TF and GENIUS - A New Generation of Ge Detectors for Exotic Physics           


15.50   K. Okumura (University of Tokyo)

            SK Atmospheric Neutrinos Results


16.10      P. Lipari (INFN, Roma “La Sapienza”)

            Atmospheric Neutrino Oscillations and Accelerator Experiments


16.40                                                   Coffee Break



            Chairman: Y. Déclais (LAPP, Annecy-le-Vieux)


17.10   I. Kreslo (University of Bern)



17.30      R. Dolfini (University of Pavia)



17.50   N. Tagg (University of Oxford)



18.10      R. Voss (CERN)

            Gulf of Taranto


18.40                                           End of the Session













Thursday, December 4, 2003


“Which way?”



          Chairman: D. Haidt (DESY)


09.00   M. Lindner (University of Munich)

            The Path to Measuring q13, Matter Effects and Leptonic CP Violation 


09.30   J. Bouchez (CEA/DAPNIA)

            New Experimental Options on the q13 Measurements


10.00   G. Feldman (Harvard University)

            NuMI off-axis


10.30   K. Nishikawa (Kyoto University)

            Neutrino Experiment at J-PARC


11.00                                                               Coffee Break



Chairman: S. Katsanevas (IN2P3/CNRS)


11.30   H. de Kerret (PCC – Collège de France)

 Reactor Experiments: Systematic Errors and Background


11.55   L. Oberauer  (Technical University  Munich)                       

LENA: Low Energy Neutrino Astronomy


12.20      S. Choubey  (SISSA)

            Solar Neutrino Oscillation Parameters in Experiments with Reactor Anti-Neutrinos


12.40      P. Migliozzi (INFN, Napoli)

            Complementarity of Terrestrial Neutrino  Experiments in Searching for q13


13.00                                                   Lunch







“An ultimate goal”



Chairman: E. Iarocci (University of Roma “La Sapienza”)


14.30    H. Minakata  (Tokyo Metropolitan University)

            New Views on the Problem of CP Violation


15.00   A. Rubbia (ETH, Zurich)                 

Accelerator Experiments for CP Violation


15.30   H. Haseroth (CERN)           

Superbeam and Neutrino Factories. Status of R&D and Plans for Technological Selections


16.00   A. Marchionni (FERMILAB)           

About Detectors


16.30                                                   Coffee Break



            Chairman: M. Aguilar-Benítez (CIEMAT)


17.00   A. Blondel (University of Geneva)                



17.30   R. Raja (FNAL)                     

Status of Neutrino Factory R&D within the Muon Collaboration


18.00   M. Mezzetto (INFN, Padova)

            Beta Beam and CP


18.20      N. Mavromatos (King’s College, London)

            CPT Violation: Cosmological and Quantum Gravity Effects and their Phenomenology


18.40                                           End of the Session















Friday, December 5, 2003


“What can we learn?”



          Chairman: J. Panman (CERN)


09.00   W.G. Scott (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)

            Status of Tri-Bimaximal Mixing


09.20      E. Ma (University of California, Riverside)

            Neutrinos with Z3  Symmetry and New Charged-Lepton Interactions


09.40   C. Bemporad (University of Pisa)

            Lepton Number Violation and Neutrino Oscillations         


10.10   A. Bottino (University of Torino)

            Neutrinos and Dark Matter


10.40                                                   Coffee Break



Chairman: J. Fry (University of Wisconsin)


11.10   S. Pascoli (UCLA)     

            Pulsar Velocities and Dark Matter from a Sterile Neutrino


11.35   P. Di Bari (IFAE, University Autonoma of Barcelona)

            Leptogenesis and Neutrino Mixing Data


12.05   S. Bludman (DESY)

            Smooth Energy: Cosmological Constant or Quintessence?


12.30   A. Vilenkin (Tufts University)

            Anthropic Prediction for Neutrino Masses 


13.00                                                   Lunch



“Finding the way”



14.30      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


17.30                                                   Coffee Break


18.00   N. Cabibbo (University of Roma “La Sapienza”) 



18.40                                           End of the Workshop