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Tuesday, May 12 • 13:50 - 15:40

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1:50 Robert Svoboda: "The Neutrino Physics and Dark Matter Research Program"
2:10 Ernesto Kemp: “Experimental Neutrino Physics in Brazil”
2:30 Qing-zhu Yin: "Advancing Frontiers in Astrophysics and Planetary Sciences at UC Davis"
2:50 Ricardo Trindade "The Precambrian Earth: continents, oceans, atmosphere and life evolution"
3:10 Q+A session
Session Chair: Mani Tripathi (UC Davis, Department of Physics)

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Ernesto Kemp

Associate Professor, University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Cosmic Rays and Chronolgy
Presentation at FAPESP WEEK UC DAVIS IN BRAZILErnesto Kemp began his research in 1992 on supernovae neutrinos, on the LVD experiment at the Gran Sasso underground laboratory - Italy. In 2000 he joined the Pierre Auger Observatory collaboration, extending his research to Ultra High Energy Cosmic Rays. Currently is working with n... Read More →
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Robert Svoboda

Professor, UC Davis - Department of Physics
Presentation at FAPESP WEEK UC DAVIS IN BRAZILRobert Svoboda joined the Department of Physics in 2006, bringing to the department an active research program in experimental neutrino physics and dark matter. Currently, the group is building two experiments - the Double Chooz neutrino oscillation experiment and the Large Undergro... Read More →
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Ricardo Trindade

Professor, University of São Paulo (USP), Institute of Astronomy, Geophysics and Atmospheric Sciences
Presentation at FAPESP WEEK UC DAVIS IN BRAZILTalk abstract: The Precambrian Earth: continents, oceans, atmosphere and life evolutionThe Precambrian encompasses the first four billion years of Earth's history and witnessed dramatic modifications in almost all of its envelopes, from the stratification of the core and the origin of... Read More →
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Qing-zhu Yin

Professor, UC Davis - Earth and Planetary Sciences
Using extinct radioactivity and general isotopic anomalies in the early solar system recorded in primitive meteorites as a tool to study the time scales and site of nucleosynthesis, the time of formation of the solar system and planetary differentiation. Isotope and trace element... Read More →

Tuesday May 12, 2015 13:50 - 15:40 GMT-03
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