UGAP2024 workshop




March 4th
DateTime Time Talk title Speaker Slide
12:30 0:05 Opening Kunio Inoue (Tohoku) Slide
Session 1:(Chair: Y.Kishimoto)
12:35 0:30 What do I believe now ? Tsutomu Yanagida (IPMU, Tokyo) Slide
13:05 0:25 Status and prospects of KamLAND-Zen Kunio Inoue (Tohoku) Slide
13:30 0:20 Xenon-loaded liquid scintillator for KamLAND-Zen Hideyoshi Ozaki (Tohoku) Slide
13:50 0:20 Coffee break
Session 2:(Chair: S.Yoshida)
14:10 0:30 The NEXT decade for the NEXT experiment J.J. Gometz Cadenas (DIPC) Slide
14:40 0:30 Quo vadis neutrinoless double beta decay? Julia Gehrlein (Colorado State) Slide
15:10 0:30 Status and future prospects of CANDLES Saori Umehara (Osaka) Slide
15:40 0:25 nGaN tapered semiconductor optical amplifier for laser isotope separation Masahiro Uemukai (Osaka) Slide
16:05 0:20 Coffee break
Session 3:(Chair: S.Umehara)
16:25 0:30 Searching for 0νββ decay with CUPID Erin Hansen (UC Berkeley) Slide
16:55 0:20 Low temerature detector development for underground physics Sei Yoshida (Osaka) Slide
17:15 0:30 Nuclear matrix element for double-beta decay within density functional theory Nobuo Hinohara (Tsukuba) Slide
17:45 0:25 The PIKACHU experiment for the study of Gd-160 double beta decay Takashi Iida (Tsukuba) Slide

March 5th
DateTime Time Talk title Speaker Slide
Session 4:(Chair: K.Miuchi)
9:00 0:30 Searching Deep and Wide: Where Dark Matter Direct Detection is Going Kimberly Palladino (Oxford) Slide
9:30 0:30 Status of XENONnT and the final results of XMASS Shigetaka Moriyama (Tokyo) Slide
10:00 0:30 Next generation Direct Dark Matter Search with LXe Masaki Yamashita (IPMU) Slide
10:30 0:20 Coffe break
Session 5 (Chair: S.Moriyama)
10:50 0:25 Direction sensitive dark matter search with gaussous TPCs Satoshi Higashino (Kobe) Slide
11:15 0:30 Direction sensitive dark matter search with nuclear emulsions Tatsuhiro Naka (Nagoya) Slide
11:45 0:30 Physics cases by direction sensitive dark matter searches Keiko Nagao (Okayama University of Science) Slide
12:15 1:45 Group photo & Lunch
Session 6 (Chair: M.Yamashita)
14:00 0:40 Wave-like dark matter searches Yasuhiro Kishimoto (Tohoku) Slide
14:40 0:30 Constraining ultra-light dark matter with astrophysical and cosmological probes Elisa Ferreira (IPMU) Slide
15:10 0:20 Coffe break
Session 7 (Chair: K.Hamaguchi)
15:30 0:30 Axion fragmentation and axion dark matter Ryosuke Sato (Osaka) Slide
16:00 0:30 Light dark matter search with Nitrogen-Vacancy centers in diamonds Kazunori Nakayama (Tohoku) Slide
16:30 0:30 Advancements and Prospects in WIMP Dark Matter Detection Satoshi Shirai (IPMU) Slide
Poster Session and Banquet
18:00 2:00 Poster Session and Banquet
P01: Oba Ishikawa Caio Takanori (University of Tokyo, Kavli IPMU)
Field Emission Array (FEA) for electron/hole emission into liquid xenon
P02: Chiba Kentaro (RCNS, Tohoku Univ.)
Development of a method to measure trace level of uranium and thorium in scintillation films Poster
P03: Koichi Ichimura (RCNS, Tohoku Univ.)
Application of gamma Transition-Edge-Sensor (TES) to 112Sn two-neutrino double electron capture search Poster
P04: Kanji Mori (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
Core-collapse Supernova Explosions Assisted by Heavy Sterile Neutrinos Poster
P05: Ryota Namai (Kobe university)
Evaluation of Low BG detectors for underground experiments Poster
P06: Minori Eizuka (RCNS, Tohoku Univ.)
Search for supernova relic neutrinos using neural network in KamLAND Poster
P07: Tatsuya Aonashi (The University of Tokyo)
Nuetrinophilic self-interacting dark matter
P08: Yuki Kanemura (ICRR Univ.Tokyo)
Evaluation of neutron capture efficiency with Neural Network in SK-Gd Poster
P09: Masamitsu Mori (National astronomical observatory of Japan)
Long-term simulation of supernovae and development of observation framework: FOREST
P10: Amanai Shogo (Yokohama National University)
Background Reduction of N-type Ge Detector Poster
P11: Tomohiro Eda (RCNS, Tohoku University)
A new track reconstruction technique for high energy (~1GeV) charged particles with a large liquid scintillator
P12: Nagami Miku (Department of science and engineering, Tokushima University)
PICOLON Construction and operation of DAQ system in Kamioka and installation of new NaI(Tl) crystals
P13: Keishi Hosokawa (U-Tokyo, ICRR)
Rapid ICP-MS analysis of Ra-226 in ultrapure Gadolinium sulfate octahydrate Poster
P14: Akifumi Chitose (ICRR, the University of Tokyo)
Finite-size effects on cosmic string breaking Poster
P15: Ko Nakamura (Fukuoka University)
Neutrino signal predictions from multi-dimensional core-collapse supernova models Poster
P16: Seisho Abe (Kamioka Obs., ICRR, the University of Tokyo)
Development and application of the nuclear deexcitation simulator NucDeEx for accurate prediction of neutrino-nuclear interactions
P17: Hiroki Kochi (ICRR)
Measurements of the anisotropic response of ZnWO4 scintillators to neutrons for Developing the Direction-Sensitive Dark Matter Detector
P18: Morita Daiki (RCNS, Tohoku Univ.)
Development of an imaging detector to reduce the long-lived spallation background in the KamLAND2-Zen experiment Poster
P19: Yoshihiro Iwata (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
Laser-induced luminescence spectroscopy of Gd3+ ions in aqueous solution and its application to portable monitoring system Poster
P20: Takafumi Aoki (ICRR (The University of Tokyo))
Axion Mass in a Composite Accidental Axion Model Poster
P21: Kazumi Hata (Tohoku University)
Search for Charged Excited States of Dark Matter with KamLAND-Zen Poster
P22: Keita Saito (RCNS, Tohoku University)
Pre-supernova neutrino alarm at KamLAND and its extension to an combined system with Super-Kamiokande Poster
P23: Anawat Rittirong (RCNP, Osaka University)
Development of Laser Isotope Separation (LIS) System for 48Ca Toward the Study of Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay of CANDLES
P24: Yuto KAMEI (Center for Advanced Photonics, RIKEN)
Characterization of Lumped Element Kinetic Inductance Detectors on YSZ Substrates for 94Zr Double-Beta Decay Search Poster
P25: Akira Harada (RIKEN)
Towards general relativistic Boltzmann-radiation-hydrodynamics simulations of core-collapse supernovae Poster
P26: Koga Tachibana (Tohoku university)
Light mass dark matter search using XeCC delayed coincidence method in KamLAND-Zen
P27: Masamichi Zaizen (Waseda University)
Fast neutrino-flavor conversion inducing flavor swap Poster
P28: Atsuya Kanai (University of Tsukuba)
Toward a precise calculation of phase space factor in double beta decay
P29: Liao Jinkun (Tokyo university of science)
Evolution of proto-neutron star and the structure near the surface Poster
P30: Yuki Watanabe (the university of Tokyo)
Mediator Decay through mixing with Degenerate Spectrum
P31: Wakana Iwakami (Tokyo University of Science)
The Boltzmann neutrino radiation hydrodynamic simulation of a core-collapse supernova in the three-dimensional space Poster
P32: Takahiko HACHIYA (RCNS, Tohoku university)
Exploring Solar Neutrinos through Charged Current Reactions in Xe-136 with Delayed Coincidence Measurement using KamLAND-Zen Poster
P33: Yoshino Kaminaga (The University of Tokyo)
Estimation of 85Kr background in the XENONnT using delayed coincidence count Poster
P34: Kaito Takamatsu (National Institute of Technology, Suzuka College)
Status of development of new equipment for PTS, a track reading device for dark matter search experiments
P35: Akira ITO (WASEDA University)
Neutrino Nucleon Scattering for the Boltzmann neutrino transfer Poster
P36: Miyu Wako (Tokyo University of Science)
Study of CF4 gas scintillation to develop ultra-low background alpha particle detectors
P37: Ryuichiro Akaho (Waseda University)
General Relativistic Boltzmann Neutrino Transport Simulation of Core-collapse Supernova
P38: Ryuta Shirai (Osaka University)
212Bi-212Po background rejection in CANDLES experiment
P39: Gen Takakusa (Osaka University)
The study of the response of semiconductor quantum devices to radiation Poster
P40: Mikito Sakuma (Osaka Univ.)
Gamma-rays detection efficiency evaluation of low background HPGe detector installed in the Kamioka underground laboratory
P41: Monsour CEESAY (St Joseph Institute of Techology)
Approaching theory of evolution as multilevel learning
P42: Takeshi Tsuru (Kyoto Univ.)
The Investigating Solar Axion by Iron-57,ISAI experiment Poster

March 6th
DateTime Time Talk title Speaker Slide
Session 8:(Chair: H.Suzuki)
9:00 0:30 Measuring Artificial Supernova Neutrinos in Neutrino Alley Kate Scholberg (Duke) Slide
9:30 0:30 Galactic and cosmic chemical evolutions, and their connection to neutrino astronomy T. Tsujimoto (NAOJ) Slide
10:00 0:30 Boltzmann simulations of CCSNe and PNS cooling and their applications to collective neutrino oscillations S.Yamada (Waseda) Slide
10:30 0:20 Coffe break
Session 9 (Chair: H.Sekiya)
10:50 0:30 Burst and Cosmic Background Neutrinos from Core-Collapse Supernovae K. Nakazato (Kyushu) Slide
11:20 0:20 Probing supernova interiors with neutrinos Y. Suwa (Tokyo) Slide
11:40 0:15 Summary of E02 group: Theoretical research on supernova neutrinos in connection with nuclear physics and cosmic chemical evolution Hideyuki Suzuki (Tokyo Science) Slide
11:55 1:00 Lunch
Session 10 (Chair: A.Minamino)
12:55 0:30 SK-Gd Project Hiroyuki Sekiya (Tokyo) Slide
13:25 0:20 Radon assay and reduction in underground experiments Yasuo Takeuchi (Kobe) Slide
13:45 0:20 Development of an Electron LINAC for calibration of the Super-Kamiokande Detector Ryoichi Suzuki (AIST) Slide
14:05 0:20 Coffe break
Session 11 (Chair: K.Ishidoshiro)
14:25 0:40 Improving the sensitivity in low radioactivity techniques Carlos P Garay (LSC) Slide
15:05 0:20 Kamioka Lightning&Thundercloud observation and its application for the astroparticle experiments Tatsuki Washimi (Tokyo) Slide
15:25 0:40 Low background technologies for astroparticle experiments Akihiro Minamino (Yokohama) Slide
16:05 0:30 Closing remarks Yasuhiro Kishimoto (Tohoku) Slide