Mar 27, Takaaki Kajita Nobel Prize Commemorative Lecture Series: Where do we come from? - Beyond the Nobel Prize in Neutrinos

Last year, the world applauded as Professor Kajita received the Nobel Prize in Physics for his work onatmospheric neutrino oscillations. But how has thisdiscovery of a century changed the field of neutrinophysics? Hear from scientists working in the field today.

Date &Time: Sunday, March 27, 2016, 13:00-15:30 (doors open at 12:30)
Venue: Yasuda Auditorium (15 minutes walk from Hongo-sanchome Station, 15 minutes walk from Nezu Station, 10 minute walk from Todaimae Station)
7-3-1 Hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, Japan (Faculty of Science Building 1, 2nd floor, Hongo campus, The University of Tokyo)
Admission: Free
Language: Japanese and English (Simultaneous and mutual interpretation will be available.)
Seats: 700 (prior registration required)
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*Closing date for registration: March 9, 2016
*Seating results announcement: March 11, 2016

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Supernovas as our mother who gave birth to the elements of nature.

Mark Vagins (Kavli IPMU Professor)



Neutrinos as our father who protected us from a complete annihilation

Hitoshi Murayama (Kavli IPMU Director)