PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 390 - 40th International Conference on High Energy physics (ICHEP2020) - Plenary
Future Neutrino Experiments and Outlook
S. Gollapinni
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Abstract
The past two decades have brought several remarkable neutrino-related discoveries indicating that one may answer the most sought after question of our matter dominated universe from within the neutrino sector. Although neutrinos have been studied for over 70 years now, much is still unknown such as the absolute scale of neutrino masses, neutrino mass ordering, Dirac or Majorana nature of neutrinos, neutrino charge-parity violation, and beyond standard model 3-flavor mixing. Addressing all of these open questions with technological advances is the focus of current and future neutrino experiments. This document briefly reviews the status and reach of current experiments and provides a detailed outlook on future neutrino experiments and facilities. In particular, the document focuses on next generation long-baseline experiments that have broad physics programs beyond just oscillation measurements. Beyond next generation experiments are also briefly discussed.
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