"New Physics Probes in Future Neutrino Experiments"
Presented by Peter Denton, BNL
Tuesday, October 29, 2019, 3:30 pm — Large Seminar Room, Bldg. 510
Neutrino physics is a broad and diverse field, both experimentally and theoretically. As the standard oscillation picture begins to settle we are moving into an era where precise tests of the neutrino picture can be made. In this talk I will discuss the present and future status of many theoretical probes and a broad range of experiments spanning twenty orders of magnitude in neutrino energy. In particular, I will highlight the strongly interconnected nature of new physics studies in the neutrino sector.
Hosted by: Mary Bishai
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