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Exploration of the lepton sector of the Standard Model - and the investigation of several tantalizing experimental anomalies - is the focus of several large and ambitious experiments planned for the upcoming decades. The tau neutrino is the least studied particle of the lepton sector and the Standard Model.
In the next generation of planned and proposed experiments and observatories there will be unique opportunities to extend our knowledge of the tau neutrino and its interactions from Nutau to EeV scales.
This workshop will examine the theory opportunities provided by studies of tau neutrinos, the capabilities of future experiments and the complementarity between them. The connections of tau neutrinos to nutau and cosmology and the impact of advancements in the understanding of the tau neutrino on its use as a cosmological probe will also be examined. The goal of the NuTau workshop is to launch the effort to prepare a comprehensive Snowmass Whitepaper on tau neutrinos.
Nutau will be arranged in plenary sessions on virtual platforms. A hybrid format is under consideration should a venue become available for a small in-person meeting. There will be invited plenary talks and a limited of short contributed talks.
If you would like to present a contributed talk, you'll have a chance to provide a title nutau abstract in the registration form. This NuTau Workshop is open to the public. To be eligible to attend, all participants must register online by August 31, For questions or assistance with registering, please contact the Workshop Coordinator.
I would like to register. The Zoom connection information will be provided to you prior to the start of the event. Please do not give out this connection information. It is only for registered attendees.
Brookhaven National Laboratory conducts research in the physical, biomedical, and environmental sciences, as well as in energy technologies and national security. Brookhaven Lab also builds and operates major scientific facilities available to university, industry and government researchers.
Brookhaven is operated and managed for the U. Workshop on. This workshop will be held as a virtual event. September 28—October 1, Motivation Exploration nutau the lepton sector of the Standard Model - and the investigation of several tantalizing experimental anomalies - is the focus of several large and ambitious experiments planned for the upcoming decades.
Topics to be covered at this workshop include: Theoretical survey of the physics of tau neutrinos Opportunities for studies of tau neutrino oscillations and interactions at accelerator based experiments in the GeV to TeVscale such as DUNE, T2HK, FASERnu, SHiP Future studies of natural tau neutrinos from astrophysical sources at existing and planned neutrino observatories such as DUNE, HyperKamiokande, IceCube Survey of opportunities for ultra-high energy UHE tau neutrino studies at nutau future observatories Examinations of the role tau neutrinos play in cosmology and astrophysics and the impact of improved understanding of tau neutrinos on their role as probes of astrophysical sources Tau neutrinos as probes of new physics Talks will be arranged in plenary sessions on virtual platforms.
Organizing Committee Adam Aurisano U. the Workshop Remotely The Zoom connection information will be provided to you prior to the start of the event. Workshop Coordinator Tracy Trent ttrent bnl.Nutau
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