A dedicated poster session is organized on Tuesday, September 8, after the parallel sessions, in order to allow all participants to attend.

Best posters awards will be issued by the LOC, and the prizes (courtesy of Hamamatsu) will be delivered to the awardees at the end of the conference. The prizes are:
1st: iPhone 6
2nd: Samsung Galaxy Note 3
3rd: Samsung Galaxy S4
Information – Posters must not exceed the following dimensions:
max width: 50 cm
max height: 150 cm
Due to the large number of posters that need to be housed, the 50cm width is a strict requirement.
Authors must arrive with posters ready to be displayed (no print out available from the LOC).
Posters will be on display during the dedicated poster session (Tuesday afternoon at 7:00pm). Authors will set up the posters during Tuesday afternoon, starting from 3:30pm and will recover the posters at the end of the session.

The Poster Prizes Committee is formed by: E. Coccia (University of Roma Tor Vergata and GSSI – Chair), P. Gondolo (University of
Utah), S. Pastor (IFIC/CSIC/Univesrity of Valencia), Seon-Hee Seo (Seoul National University), Y. Tsunesada (Tokyo Institute of Technology).

Poster prize awardees
1st: Julia Haser (MPK, Heidelberg)
Search for eV sterile neutrinos at a nuclear reactor: the STEREO project
2nd: Alexander Fieguth (Institute fuer Kernphysik, Muenster)
Removal of radioactive noble gases out of xenon with a cryogenic distillation column for the XENON1T experiment
3rd: Hector Gomez (APC, Paris)
Studies on muon tomography for internal structure scanning

A printable version of the program can be found here.


Pushparaj Adhikari
Sejong University, Seoul, South Korea
Background study of NaI(Tl) crystals for KIMS-NaI experiment
Al Alavi
Hakim Sabzevari University, Iran
Photonic dark matter portal revisited
Cassandra Avram
University of Melbourne, Australia
Dark matter annihilations at early cosmic times: impact and observational features
Leila Ali Cavasonza
TTK RWTH University Aachen, Germany
Constraining leptophilic dark matter models with recent AMS measurements
Alastasir Currie
Imperial College London, UK
Updated WIMP search results from the 2013 LUX dataset
Alexander Fieguth
Institut fuer Kernphysik, Muenster, Germany
Removal of radioactive noble gases out of xenon with a cryogenic distillation column for the XENON1T experiment
Loredana Gastaldo
University of Heildeberg, Germany
High energy resolution metallic magnetic calorimeters for the IAXO experiment
Antonia Hubbard
Yale University, USA
Analysis of 4 Years of Data from the DM-Ice17 Dark Matter Experiment
Xiaoyuan Huang
TUM, Garching, Germany
(Towards) Galactic dark matter search using non-parametric astrophysics modeling
Masatoshi Kobayashi
Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, Japan
Using 220Rn to calibrate liquid noble gas detectors
Parampreet Singh Walia
University of Oslo, Norway
Simplified implementation of QCD corrections for indirect Dark matter searches and relic density calculations
Fabio Pereira Dos Santos
PUC-Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Scalar dark matter in an extra dimension inspired model
Gabriele Piperno
INFN Roma1, Italy
Low energy analysis in CUORE-0
Jorge Puimedon
University of Zaragoza, Spain
Cosmogenic and primordial radioisotopes in copper bricks shortly exposed to cosmic rays
Jungho So
Institute for Basic Science, Daejeon, South Korea
Introduction of Korean underground physics facility
Yuri Stenkin
Institute for Nuclear research, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
Barometric pumping effect for radon-due neutron flux in underground laboratories
Franz Proebst
Max-Planck-Institut fur Physik, Munich, Germany
The CRESST-III Low-Mass WIMP Detector
Yong Tang
Korea Institute for Advanced Study, Seoul, South Korea
Self-Interacting Dark Matter and Sterile Neutrinos
Diego Torres Machado
Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
Measurement of radioactive contamination in the high-resistivity silicon CCDs of the DAMIC experiment
Chao Zhang
Institut für Experimentalphysik/DESY, Hamburg, Germany
Complementary constraints on SUSY DM: updates on the AstroFIT program
Lucia Canonica
INFN Gran Sasso National Laboratory, Italy
Results from the CUORE-0 experiment
Fedor Danevich
Institute for Nuclear Research, Kyiv, Ukraine
LUMINEU: a search for neutrinoless double beta decay based on ZnMoO4 scintillating bolometers
Timo Enqvist
University of Oulu, Finland
Measuring the C-14 content in liquid scintillators
Riccardo Fabbricatore
Physics Faculty, Moscow State University, Russia
A new rigorous approach to neutrino oscillations in magnetic fields
Andrea Giachero
INFN and University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy
Development of microwave-multiplexed superconductive detectors for the HOLMES experiment
Luca Gironi
Universita degli Studi di Milano – Bicocca, Italy
A flexible scintillation light apparatus for rare event searches
Julia Haser
Max-Planck-Institut fuer Kernphysik, Heidelberg, Germany
Search for eV sterile neutrinos at a nuclear reactor: the STEREO project
Bjoern Lehnert
TU Dresden, Germany
HPGe Characterization for the Rejection of Surface Events in Gerda Phase II
Alexey Lokhov
Institute for Nuclear Research RAS, Moscow, Russia
Statistical criteria for search of heavy neutrino in tritium spectrum
Prajwal Mohanmurthy
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, USA
Coherent Neutrino Scattering on NaI
Sheng Sei Pan Ban
Kyoto University, Japan
AXEL: High pressure Xe gas TPC for neutrinoless double-beta decay search
Gabriele Piperno
INFN Roma1, Italy
Low energy analysis in CUORE-0
Daniel Saunders
University of Bristol, UK
Muons at SoLid – Detector Commissioning
Vivek Singh
University of California, Berkeley, USA
The CUORE cryostat: commissioning and performance
Alexander Studenikin
Moscow State University and JINR (Dubna), Russia
Spin light of relativistic electrons and dense neutrino fluxes
Chenyuan Xu
Okayama University, Japan
Current status of GADZOOKS! and EGADS
Eduardo Marcio Zavanin
University of Torino, Italy
Predictions for Neutrinoless Double-Beta Decay in the 3+1 Sterile Neutrino Scenario
Ciro Bigongiari
INAF-OATO, Torino, Italy
Simulation of the ASTRI SST-2M prototype for the Cherenkov Telescope Array
Sergey Borisov
P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute, RAS, Moscow, Russia
The very high energy characteristics of shell-type SNRs and Pulsar Wind Nebulae at different ages
Federico Di Pierro
INAF-OATO, Torino, Italy
Expected performance of the ASTRI mini-array in the framework of the Cherenkov Telescope Array
Francesco Fenu
University of Torino, Italy
Preliminary analysis of EUSO-TA data
Paola Giammaria
University of L’Aquila e INAF OA Roma, Italy
Searching for dark matter signature in dwarf spheroidal galaxies with the
ASTRI mini-array in the framework of Cherenkov Telescope Array
Hector Gomez
Laboratoire Astroparticule et Cosmologie (APC), Paris, France
Studies on muon tomography for internal structure scanning
Hiroko Miyamoto
University of Torino, Italy
Results of the first EUSO-Balloon flight
Andreas Pichler
Stefan Meyer Institute for Subatomic Physics, Vienna, Austria
Application of photon detectors in the experiment to test Pauli Exclusion Principle
Oscar Saavedra
University of Torino, Italy
On A possible network of large area air shower array at high altitude laboratories in Latin America
Oleg Shchegolev
Institute for Nuclear Research (RAS), Moscow, Russia
Electron and thermal neutron lateral distribution functions in EAS at high altitude
Vera Yurievna Sinitsyna
P. N. Lebedev Physical Institute, RAS, Moscow, Russia
Long-term studies of the Cygnus Region and its objects: Cyg X-3 and gamma Cygni SNR
Igor Volokh
P.N. Lebedev Physical Institute (RAS), Moscow, Russia
Observations of AGNi with z = 0.018 – 2.979 at high and very high energies
Afsaneh Bazrafshan
Jahrom University, Iran
Quartic Quasitopological Gravity
Mohammad Ghanaatian
Payame Noor University, Iran
Bouncing Universe and Weyl Tensor
Nadezda Gubina
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
Fermion vacuum polarization in magnetic field under the Lorentz invariance violation conditions of electron anomalous magnetic moment
Rameshwar Singh
A.P.S. University, Rewa (M.P), India
Higher Dimensional Cosmological Models with Bulk Viscous Fluid
Rishi Kumar Tiwari
Govt. Model Science. P.G. College, Rewa (M.P.), India
Dark Energy Model of the Universe Inspired by Conharmonically Flat Geometry
Antonello Ortolan
INFN-LNL, Frascati, Italy
The GINGER Project and status of the GINGERino prototype at LNGS