Flavour physics in the era of precision neutrino experiments


8 - 10 June 2009
Coseners House, Abingdon, UK

The meeting will focus on a critical review of the physics case for neutrino physics and long baseline neutrino oscillations from a theoretical perspective. Topics will include:

  • LFV from GUT see-saw models and from TeV see-saw models
  • Leptogenesis in the context of neutrino mass models
  • A theoretical perspective on lepton flavour physics at the TeV scale within: i) SUSY models, ii) extra-dimention models
  • Interplay between neutrino masses and other phenomenological signatures
  • Neutrino physics and cosmology/astroparticle physics
  • Performance indicators in long baseline neutrino oscillation experiments


Registration fee payments: Please fill in the following form then either fax to the IPPP secretary, Linda Wilkinson (see below),  or scan and email to the workshop email.



Scientific advisory committee

F. Feruglio, B. Gavela, C. Gonzalez-Garcia, P. Hernandez, P. Huber, S. Pascoli, W. Winter


Local Organising Committee

S. Pascoli, T. Li , C. Orme, M. Schmidt

Contact: email



Workshop Secretariat

Linda Wilkinson,

Tel. +44 191 334 3811

Fax. +44 191 334 3658



The Workshop is organised and part funded by the Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology of Durham University.  This meeting is partially supported by STFC's Centre for Fundamental Physics, CfFP and the European Community under the European Commission Framework Programme 7 Design Study: EUROnu, Project Number 212372.