Particle Physics Seminar

"Precise Measurement of Neutrino Interactions and Oscillation Parameters, and their significance in Long-baseline Neutrino Experiments"

Presented by Ali Ajmi, Kyoto University

Tuesday, January 19, 2021, 3:00 pm — Webcast

Abstract: Neutrinos are the most abundant particles in the universe after photons, and yet very intriguing besides their elusive nature. Determination of the ordering of the neutrino mass hierarchy and the charge-parity violation through neutrino oscillations are the most imminent objectives in order to understand the neutrinos. Developing appropriate and efficient selection procedures and reducing systematic uncertainties are hence very crucial in such neutrino experiments. Precise measurement of the neutrino interactions in a detector is as important as precise measurement of the neutrino oscillation parameters, through improved detector technologies and signal identification techniques.

Long-baseline neutrino experiments, being equipped with scheduled intense beams of neutrinos and baselengths, have been the most promising arena for such objectives, and DUNE is an upcoming one.

Hosted by: Elizabeth Brost

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