The defense of Patricia Villar’s PhD dissertation will take place at 11:30h on Tuesday, December the 20th, 2016, in the Sala de Grados at the Science Faculty of the Zaragoza University.
The tribunal is composed by Eduardo García Abancéns (UZ), Riccardo Cerulli (INFN, Roma, Italy), and María Martínez (Università di Roma, La Sapienza, Roma, Italy).
El 29 de noviembre de 2016 ha tenido lugar la fase final del concurso Campus Iberus “Tesis en 3 minutos”.
Patricia Villar con su presentación “El lado oscuro del Universo” obtuvo el primer accésit. ¡Enhorabuena Patricia!
On November, 14th, 2016, two new AS detectors arrived to LSC for testing radiopurity and performance.They were very fast installed and data taking started almost immediately. ANAIS-112 setting-up could be done at the beginning of 2017.
ANAIS junto con el resto de las actividades que desarrolla el grupo de Física Nuclear y Astropartículas de la Universidad de Zaragoza estará presente en la Noche de los Investigadores el próximo 30 de septiembre de 2016 en CaixaForum – Zaragoza.
Esperamos veros allí.
From 18 to 22 July, in Sheffield, people from all over the world working with NaI detectors meet together.
Multiple teams finally have the material they need to repeat enigmatic experiment.
ANAIS is one of them.
From 7 to 9 March 2016, a new AS module (D3) has been set-up at LSC Hall B in ANAIS37 shielding. New data will be available soon.
Great expectations about background level!
Workshop on “Dark Matter 2016: From the smallest to the largest scales”
(June 27 – July 1, 2016 – Santander, Spain)
The “Instituto de Fisica de Cantabria”, IFCA (CSIC-UC) will host a Workshop on Dark Matter searches in Santander, Spain.
The theme of the workshop is dark matter studies targeting to a multidisciplinary audience. The focus will cover theoretical aspects as well as experimental ones both from the particle physics and astrophysical points of view. The dates of the conference are June 27th – July 1st (2016) and the aim is to gather a group of 50-70 experts actively working in the field.
The daily program is comprised of invited talks at the beginning of morning and afternoon sessions, contributions on specific topics of interest, and relevant discussions. It also includes a poster session and social activities. All sessions are plenaries.
Details of the 2016 Santander Dark Matter Workshop can be found at:
The abstract submission deadline is April 15, 2016. The abstracts will be reviewed by the SOC for its final acceptance.