In this talk, I will explore several aspects of neutrino phenomenology, ranging from neutrino oscillation physics in future facilities to neutrinos in the Early Universe. In the first part, I will consider the measurement of atmospheric neutrino oscillations in DUNE, focusing on two main categories: the determination of the CP violation phase, and the exploration of the Earth's density profile. In the second part, I will investigate some features of the possible interplay between neutrinos and primordial black holes in the Early Universe. Since such an interplay depends on the true neutrino nature, I will analyze some phenomenological consequences for both Dirac and Majorana neutrinos.
Zoom link: IPPP Seminars (Friday at 2 pm UK time)
Meeting ID: 994 2012 4988