Raju Raghavan had long been a leading figure in experimental neutrino physics, before his death on October 20th 2011. From his contributions to the study of solar neutrinos, and his seminal work on metal loaded scintillator, to his proposals to study geoneutrinos and of 51
Cr as a low energy neutrino source, Raju’s creativity, energy and intellect have helped to define the field as we know it today. On October 20, 2012 we will gather in Raju’s honor to examine his extraordinary life and life in science.
Confirmed speakers include:
Sandip Pakvasa, on Raju as a student
Franz von Feilitzsch, on Raju’s time in Munich and the early years of Borex/Borexino
Atsuto Suzuki, on Raju’s contributions to KamLAND
Minfang Yeh, on Raju’s contributions to metal loaded scintillator.