Future Neutrino Experiments, DUNE and T2HK
August 02, 2019
Neutrinos are massless charge neutral leptons in the Standard Model. The discovery and the solid confirmation of their flavor oscillation, however, necessarily require them to be massive since this is caused by the fact that the neutrino mass eigenstates differ from that of the flavor. This necessitates the Standard Model to be significantly modified or a new paradigm to describe the fundamental constituents of matter. To accomplish this goal, it is essential for experiments to measure precisely various oscillation parameters, including the mixing angles, to determine the mass hierarchy between the three mass eigenstates and to determine the CP phase. This presentation covers two large scale future neutrino experiments, the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) and the Tokai-to-Hyper Kamiokande (T2HK) experiments which along with the high intensity neutrino beam line will help accomplish these goals. The design and technologies of these two experiments, their physics capabilities as well as their schedule are presented.
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