Jun 11 – 15, 2018
TU Dresden
Europe/Berlin timezone

5th International Solar Neutrino Conference

The 5th International Solar Neutrino Conference will take place in Dresden from June 11-14 2018. The scientific program will focus on solar neutrino physics with particular emphasis on running and future solar neutrino experiments, detection techniques, solar models, helioseismology, phenomenological aspects, neutrino oscillations and nuclear physics related to solar models. The year 2018 also marks the 50th anniversary of the first Homestake results. The conference lasting four days is going to feature both invited talks and a poster session. 

PhD students and young researchers are invited to contribute a poster with their recent research results. Talks are given by invited renowned experts of their field.

Credit: NASA

Associated to the international solar neutrino conference, a special programme for Alumni Germany is organized. Alumni Germany are international scientists who have spent at least three months in Germany, studying or working on research as doctoral candidates, post-doctoral researchers or at a more advanced career stage.

In addition to the scientific program, the TU Dresden is offering a frame program on the 14th (afternoon) and 15th of June.

The workshops and excursions within the frame program aim to introduce TU Dresden and the Alliance DRESDEN-concept, to support networking and to inspire exchange of collaboration ideas. Conference participants are very welcome to join for free.

Participants having this status can apply for financial support for their whole journey and stay. Further information can be found on the side menu.

The conference is supported by the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service).

The conference poster can be found here.



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