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Recent results from Long-Baseline Neutrino experiments. For the PIC201 International Symposium

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Mario A Acero
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Maury Goodman
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14 Nov 2018, 12:49
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14 Nov 2018, 12:49
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Abstract:
Understanding the physics of Neutrinos is of paramount relevance for the devel-
opment of high energy physics, cosmology and astrophysics, thanks to their char-
acteristics and phenomenology. In particular, the property of changing flavor while
neutrinos travel, the so-called neutrino oscillation phenomenon, provides us with
valuable information about their behavior and their impact on the standard model
of particles and the evolution of the universe, for instance.
Here I present a review of the most recent results as reported by relevant experiments studying neutrinos produced by accelerator facilities and and detected after traveling long distances: the so-called Long-Baseline neutrino experiments.
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LBL experiments PIC2018
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