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Today marks the beginning of the second week of the biannual Neutrino conference. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the conference is being held completely online this year. Slides and video recordings of the plenary talks are available on the conference agenda webpage.
Many scientific posters on a wide variety of topics have also been prepared for Neutrino 2020. These are being presented via a combination of downloadable PDF files, two-minute video explanations, and live conversations with the poster authors using a customized version of the Mozilla Hubs virtual reality plaform.
Although my own Neutrino 2020 poster (#549) is not related to MARLEY, the code is nevertheless having quite a showing at the conference. I’ve counted eight posters so far that include results calculated using MARLEY:
Avinay Bhat for MicroBooNE, “MeV-scale physics in MicroBooNE,” poster #4
Peibo An for COHERENT, “A machine learning approach to study the neutrino charged-current interaction on 127I,” poster #13
Ivan Lepetic et al., “Seeing the invisible: benefits and capabilities of MeV-scale reconstruction in single-phase LArTPCs,” poster #88
Erin Conley for DUNE, “Using boosted decision trees to identify supernova neutrino interactions in DUNE,” poster #307
Samuel Hedges for COHERENT, “Electron neutrino charged-current interactions on I-127 in the COHERENT NaIvE detector,” poster #420
Jacob Daughhetee for COHERENT, “Neutrino-induced neutron detectors at the Spallation Neutron Source,” poster #428
Biswaranjan Behera for DUNE, “Detecting supernova neutrinos using the DUNE photon detection system,” poster #474
Diane Markoff for COHERENT, “A ton-scale NaI detector for neutrino-nucleus scattering measurements,” poster #554
It has been great to see all of the exciting work being done by MARLEY users. If I’ve missed your MARLEY-related poster, please send me an email about it!
A final tag for MARLEY v1.2.0 and an associated paper on the arXiv are both just around the corner. Stay tuned and happy remainder of Neutrino 2020!