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Three-Flavor Neutrino Mixing - APS 2018

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17 Apr 2018, 12:02
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Understanding neutrino properties through measurements of neutrino flavor mixing has motivated the development of a rich worldwide experimental program. Detectors employing a wide variety of technologies measure neutrinos originating in the Earth's atmosphere, in the Sun, in nuclear reactors, or created with particle accelerators. Precision measurements of neutrino oscillations play a crucial role in probing CP violation in the leptonic sector, which could have fundamental implications in generating a baryon asymmetry in the early universe, in determining the neutrino mass ordering, and in potentially unveiling new symmetries governing the neutrino mixing matrix. In this talk, I will review the phenomenology of three-neutrino mixing, summarize the current experimental results, and discuss global plans to answer some of the most pressing questions in neutrino physics with present and future neutrino oscillation experiments.
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Invited talk at the 2018 APS April Meeting, in session dedicated to 'Understanding the Neutrino Sector'. Allocated 36 mins, including questions. Other two talks in session were titled 'Neutrino Mass - Origins' and 'Neutrino-Mass Limits Through Beta Decay'.
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  • NOVA-doc-28421: Collection of talks/posters for APS 2018
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