Programme of the workshop

C. Andreopoulos (Rutherford Lab)

GENIE. A status update.


A. Ankowski (University of Wrocław)

From electron scattering to neutrino physics


A. Blondel (University of Geneva)

Measuring CP violation in neutrino oscillations: importance of cross-section measurements


F. Cavanna (INFN, L'Aquila)

Liquid Argon-TPC Measurements of the quasi-elastic muon neutrino charged current cross section: present results and short-term perspectives


J. Dobson (Imperial College)

Propagating interaction uncertainties via event reweighting


H. Gallagher (Tufts University)

Event generator validation and systematic error evaluation for oscillation experiments


C. Giusti (INFN, Pavia)

Quasielastic charged-current and neutral-current neutrino-nucleus scattering in a relativistic approach


K. Graczyk (Wrocław University)

C5A axial form factor determined from the bubble chamber experiments


K. Hiraide (Kyoto University)

Recent results from SciBooNE


N. Jachowicz (Ghent University)

Modeling neutrino-nucleus interactions in the few GeV regime


O. Lalakulich (University of Giessen)

One pion production in neutrino induced reactions


T. Leitner (University of Giessen)

Hadronic transport approach to neutrino nucleus scattering: The Giessen BUU model and its applications


D. Petyt (Minnesota University)

Review of long-baseline neutrino oscillation experiments


P. Przewłocki (Warsaw University)

Uncertainties in single pion production - model dependences and
experimental limitations


H. L. Ray (University of Florida)

Status of the MINERvA experiment


P. Ring (Technical University Munich)

Covariant density functional theory: Inclusive charged-current neutrino-nucleus reactions


F. Sanchez (Institut de Fisica d'Altes Energies, Barcelona)

Experimental implications on neutrino cross-sections below 1 GeV


M. Soderberg (Yale University)

Liquid Argon TPC Experiments in the U.S.


I. Stancu (Alabama University)

NuSNS: Cross-Section Measurements at the Spallation Neutron Source


R. Tacik (University of Regina, Canada)

Validating Monte Carlo—Experience from Pion Physics


J. Udías (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

Neutrino-nucleus scattering in the relativistic mean field


M. Valverde (RCNP - University of Osaka)

Coherent neutrino scattering


C. Volpe (IPN, Orsay)

Low energy neutrino scattering: from fundamental interaction studies to astrophysics