Shedding Light on New Physics with Neutrinos
Neutrinos are among the most abundant of all known particles in the universe, yet the least understood ones. In this talk, I will revisit what sort of physics we expect to learn from neutrinos. I will highlight the big questions in neutrino physics and the impact of future experiments in answering these, including the complementarities among the experiments at the energy, lifetime, intensity, and cosmic frontiers. Special emphasis will be placed on the electromagnetic properties of neutrino and non-standard neutrino interactions by showing that the theoretical and experimental investigation of neutrino electromagnetic interactions can serve as a powerful tool in the search for the fundamental theory behind the neutrino mass generation mechanism.
Zoom link: IPPP Seminars (Thursday at 2 pm UK time)
Meeting ID: 994 2012 4988