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Volume 294 - The 3rd International Symposium on “Quest for the Origin of Particles and the Universe" (KMI2017) - Talk Presentations
Recent results and future prospects of neutrino oscillation experiments
R. Wendell
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Pre-published on: 2017 November 22
Published on: 2017 November 24
Abstract
Since the discovery of non-zero $\theta_{13}$ and oscillation-induced electron neutrino
appearance, it has become possible to address the question of CP violation
in neutrino oscillations in long-baseline experiments.
Though current experiments have already begun to constrain $\delta_{cp}$,
the parameter responsible for CP violation in the PMNS mixing paradigm,
uncertainties in other oscillation parameters remain an obstacle to
a precision measurement.
This talk will review recent results in neutrino oscillation measurements,
with a focus on progress towards and prospects for an observation (or rejection) of
CP violation in neutrinos.
Though emphasis will be placed on the long-baseline and atmospheric neutrino
programs in Asia, discussion of results from worldwide experiments
will be included.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.22323/1.294.0011
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