2009 Asian Science Camp

August 2-8, 2009
Tsukuba, Ibaraki, JAPAN

 

 

 
last modified: 07/22/2009
Masatoshi Koshiba : Leader

Ph.D, Distinguished University Professor of the University of Tokyo, awarded the Nobel Prize in physics in 2002.  Specialized in experimental elementary particle physics. Also working for Heisei Foundation for Basic Science as Chairperson of the board of directors.

Lecture

Title: Neutrino, Neutrino and Neutrino, Part1 Lecture 7
Date&Time:   Aug. 4 (Tue) 14:45 - 15:30  
Place:   Main Convention Hall  
Abstract:   The recently observed properties of the neutrinos will be summarized and the future possibilities with the neutrinos will be discussed.  

Title: Neutrino, Neutrino and Neutrino, Part2 Lecture 9
Date&Time:   Aug. 6 (Thu) 10:15 - 11:45  
Place:   Main Convention Hall  
Abstract:   The recently observed properties of the neutrinos will be summarized and the future possibilities with the neutrinos will be discussed.  

 

Camp
 
Title: Universe, Mankind and Elementary Particles Camp 3
Date&Time:   Aug. 4 (Tue) 17:15 -18:30  
Place:   303  

Title: 21st Century Basic Science from Asia Camp 4
Date&Time:   Aug. 6 (Thu) 14:45 -16:00  
Place:   303  


Key Words: - Neutrino
- Big Bang
- Elementary Particles
- Standard model of elementary particles
- Theory of the unified weak and E-M forces
- Solar Neutrinos
- Atmospheric Neutrinos
- Supernova neutrinos
- Reactor Neutrinos
- Cherenkov light
- Photomultiplier
- Kamiokande
- Super-Kamiokande
- Neutrino Oscillation
 


Masayuki Nakahata: Associate (Aug. 3)
 
 

Ph.D, Professor at Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, the University of Tokyo. Specialized in neutrino physics, especially in experimental physics in solar neutrino and supernova neutrinos.

 
Masato Takita: Associate (Aug. 4)
 
 

Ph.D, Associate Professor at Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, the University of Tokyo. Specialized in experimental high-energy cosmic-ray physics

 
Satoru Yamashita: Associate (Aug. 6)
 
 

Associate Prof. at International Center for Elementary Particle Physics, the University of Tokyo. Research area is the experimental particle physics, especially with frontier accelerators.

 
asc09 at kek.jp