The Applied Antineutrino Physics (AAP) workshops provide an engaging and lively forum for the review and discussion of antineutrino detection and technology R&D for applications including reactor monitoring, safeguards and geophysics.
This year's 16th AAP workshop will be held from the 18th to the 20th September in York in the United Kingdom, in conjunction with STFC Boulby Underground Laboratory.
The venue for the workshop will be the 15th century Main Hall of the Guildhall in the historic centre of York. A conference dinner will be held on the 19th September at the 14th century Hospitium, set in the beautiful York Museum Gardens, overlooked by the striking ruins of St. Mary’s Abbey. Following the workshop, on the 21st September, there will be an opportunity to visit Boulby Underground Laboratory.
For more insight into the topics covered, you can browse past AAP workshops here.
The Guildhall conference space (left), location of the AAP 2023 workshop.