Joachim Kopp, 10.11.20

Di. 10.11.2020 16:30 (Zoom)

Joachim Kopp (University of Mainz & CERN)

Neutrino Physics: Status and Prospects 



With the planned DUNE, Hyper-Kamiokande, and JUNO detectors, as well as
numerous smaller experiments, neutrino physics has become one of the
flagship disciplines of particles physics. In this colloquium, we review
some of the most exciting current and future developments in neutrino
physics. We begin by outlining the physics program of current and future
long-baseline neutrino oscillation experiments. We then discuss the
potential implication of various anomalies observed in neutrino
oscillation searches on particle physics and cosmology. Finally, we
highlight some of the interconnections between neutrinos and dark matter.

Host: Dr. Malgorzata Worek