We are very happy to welcome Andrzej M. Szelc (Royal Society University Research Fellow, the University of Manchester) at APC this week.
Andrzej will talk about the "Long- and Short-Baseline Neutrino Oscillation Experiments” (abstract and poster below) in Amphi PGG on Friday, February 7th at 11am.
Vincent and Josquin
Title: Long- and Short-Baseline Neutrino Oscillation Experiments
Abstract: The neutrino is the second most abundant particle in the Universe. It is also one of the most surprising ones: it has provided unexpected results at almost every turn since it was proposed. Neutrinos now offer one of the windows to answer a few of the remaining big questions in particle physics and cosmology, including whether the Standard Model of Particle Physics complete, and why do we observe a matter-anti-matter asymmetry in the Universe? Measuring neutrino oscillations at short and long baselines can provide answers to these important questions. In this talk I will describe how neutrino experiments, including the US-based liquid argon neutrino programme, aim to provide answers to these questions in particle and astro-particle physics by detecting neutrinos created in accelerators at short and long baselines.
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