Lepton-nucleus scattering for nu interactions and oscillations
Currently running and forthcoming precision neutrino oscillation experiments aim to unambiguously determine the neutrino mass ordering, the charge-parity violating phase in the lepton sector and the possible existence of physics Beyond the Standard Model.
To have an understanding of all of the effects necessary for the success of these experiments, lepton-nucleus interactions must be modeled in unprecedented detail.
With this talk, I illustrated how expertise in neutrino cross-section modeling and analysis can be leveraged in order to make fundamental and critical improvements to our understanding of these interactions.
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