11-13 May 2020
Arlington Research Center
US/Eastern timezone

**Given the COVID-19 situation we will be postponing the PAN Neutrino Theory Symposium. The new date will be announced in Summer 2020.**

The PAN Neutrino Theory Symposium is an annual gathering of the US Neutrino Theory Community wherein neutrino theory students, postdocs, and faculty will come together, share their most recent results, and chart future directions for the field.  As the field of neutrino physics enters the precision era, neutrinos are ubiquitous and yet retain many mysteries, key to Particle physics, Astrophysics, Nuclear physics. As such, the time is right for an interdisciplinary effort of theorists— A PAN Neutrino Theory Symposium— to analyze the status of the field and plot a course for the future.

The inaugural PAN Neutrino Theory Symposium will be held in the Washington metropolitan area at Virginia Tech's Arlington Research Center

This event is partially supported by the Neutrino Theory Network, the Virginia Tech Physics Department, and the Virginia Tech College of Science


Confirmed speakers

John Beacom (Ohio State)

Mu-Chun Chen (UC Irvine)

Vincenzo Cirigliano (LANL)

Alex Friedland (SLAC)

George Fuller (UCSD)

Concha Gonzalez-Garcia (Stony Brook) 

Wick Haxton (UC Berkeley)

Juan Pedro Ochoa-Ricoux (UC Irvine)

Noemi Rocco (Argonne/Fermilab)

Werner Rodejohann (Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik)

Jessica Turner (Fermilab)


Arlington Research Center
900 N. Glebe Road, Arlington, VA