The Non-Thermal Universe - Astroparticle physics in the Netherlands

... 2008. This second stage will be coordinated within ASPERA, an FP6 ERA-Network, with the aim to give detailed implementation scenarios and priorities. The present “first stage” roadmap describes the status and desirable options for the next decade and will help to define the financial and organizatio ...

... 2008. This second stage will be coordinated within ASPERA, an FP6 ERA-Network, with the aim to give detailed implementation scenarios and priorities. The present “first stage” roadmap describes the status and desirable options for the next decade and will help to define the financial and organizatio ...

Study of Neutrino Interactions at the T2K Near Detector Complex

... understanding of neutrino interactions at T2K beam energies -> JPARC operation will resume in December 2011 -> T2K data collection will be resumed soon afterward -> Plenary talk, “J-PARC Status after the Earthquake on March 11” by K. Tanaka, Wednesday 11:40 am (P3-6) ...

... understanding of neutrino interactions at T2K beam energies -> JPARC operation will resume in December 2011 -> T2K data collection will be resumed soon afterward -> Plenary talk, “J-PARC Status after the Earthquake on March 11” by K. Tanaka, Wednesday 11:40 am (P3-6) ...

Plasma_02 - StealthSkater

... [Henry Sobel]: In a reactor, you get elements being produced. And when they decay, they give off neutrinos. So you get lots and lots of neutrinos. It's an enormous number -- 10 with 13 zeros after it (i.e., 1013) -- per second, going through every little square centimeter of your detector nearby the ...

... [Henry Sobel]: In a reactor, you get elements being produced. And when they decay, they give off neutrinos. So you get lots and lots of neutrinos. It's an enormous number -- 10 with 13 zeros after it (i.e., 1013) -- per second, going through every little square centimeter of your detector nearby the ...

Automatic scanning of emulsion films for the OPERA - INFN

... All the prediction of the SM have been confirmed by many precise experiments: the charmed particles, the b and t quarks, the weak neutral current, the mass of the vector bosons W ± and Z 0 are all well known. However, the SM cannot be considered the final theory of elementary particles: in this theo ...

... All the prediction of the SM have been confirmed by many precise experiments: the charmed particles, the b and t quarks, the weak neutral current, the mass of the vector bosons W ± and Z 0 are all well known. However, the SM cannot be considered the final theory of elementary particles: in this theo ...

Neutrino Mass and Direct Measurements

... Higgs, one obtains interaction terms in the standard model Lagrangian that look like νLC HνL where H is the Higgs field. The left-handed neutrino field in the standard model has weak isospin I = 12 and hypercharge Y = −1. This interaction term must cancel the quantum numbers to be gauge invariant, a ...

... Higgs, one obtains interaction terms in the standard model Lagrangian that look like νLC HνL where H is the Higgs field. The left-handed neutrino field in the standard model has weak isospin I = 12 and hypercharge Y = −1. This interaction term must cancel the quantum numbers to be gauge invariant, a ...

Ten Lectures on the ElectroWeak Interactions

... The Standard Model is the reference theory for particle physics, including the fact that one often explicitly refers to Beyond the Standard Model physics. Although maybe practical, I have never liked the distinction between Standard Model and Beyond the Standard Model physics. These lectures are cer ...

... The Standard Model is the reference theory for particle physics, including the fact that one often explicitly refers to Beyond the Standard Model physics. Although maybe practical, I have never liked the distinction between Standard Model and Beyond the Standard Model physics. These lectures are cer ...

B 0

... Quantum Gravity (or something else (e.g. SUGRA)) may lead at low-energies (below Plnack scale or a scale M*) to a term in the effective Lagrangian (in curved back space-time backgrounds): ...

... Quantum Gravity (or something else (e.g. SUGRA)) may lead at low-energies (below Plnack scale or a scale M*) to a term in the effective Lagrangian (in curved back space-time backgrounds): ...

Neutrino oscillations, energy-momentum conservation and

... measurements one can tell (through E = p2 + m2 ) which mass eigenstate is emitted, the coherence is lost and oscillations disappear! Full analogy with electron interference in double slit experiments: if one can establish which slit the detected electron has passed through, the interference fringes ...

... measurements one can tell (through E = p2 + m2 ) which mass eigenstate is emitted, the coherence is lost and oscillations disappear! Full analogy with electron interference in double slit experiments: if one can establish which slit the detected electron has passed through, the interference fringes ...

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... • if one postulates classically a dispersion relation with only naively (no anisotropic scaling) nonrenormalizable operators (i.e. terms η(n)pn/MPln-2 with n≥3 and η(n)≈O(1) in disp.rel.) • then radiative (loop) corrections involve integration up to the natural cutoff MPl will generate the terms ass ...

... • if one postulates classically a dispersion relation with only naively (no anisotropic scaling) nonrenormalizable operators (i.e. terms η(n)pn/MPln-2 with n≥3 and η(n)≈O(1) in disp.rel.) • then radiative (loop) corrections involve integration up to the natural cutoff MPl will generate the terms ass ...

PHY313 - CEI544 The Mystery of Matter From Quarks to the

... • The J/ particle is made up of a c quark •All quarks carry one of 3 colors so and an antiquark. This combination that the Pauli principle is satisfied. cancels out the “charmed” character of However, any real elementary this particle. The charm is hidden inside. particle, like p and n, cannot have ...

... • The J/ particle is made up of a c quark •All quarks carry one of 3 colors so and an antiquark. This combination that the Pauli principle is satisfied. cancels out the “charmed” character of However, any real elementary this particle. The charm is hidden inside. particle, like p and n, cannot have ...

Colloquium Slides

... symmetry breaking — the one Higgs double model — is at least approximately correct. What does that have to do with neutrinos? The tiny neutrino masses point to three different possibilities. 1. Neutrinos talk to the Higgs boson very, very weakly; 2. Neutrinos talk to a different Higgs boson – there ...

... symmetry breaking — the one Higgs double model — is at least approximately correct. What does that have to do with neutrinos? The tiny neutrino masses point to three different possibilities. 1. Neutrinos talk to the Higgs boson very, very weakly; 2. Neutrinos talk to a different Higgs boson – there ...

Neutrino Oscillations and Beyond Standard Model Physics

... Assume there is new physics at a high scale Λ. It will manifest itself by non-renormalizable operators suppressed by powers of Λ. Weinberg 1979: there is a unique dim-5 operator consistent with the gauge symmetry of the SM, and this operator will lead to a Majorana mass term for neutrinos after EWSB ...

... Assume there is new physics at a high scale Λ. It will manifest itself by non-renormalizable operators suppressed by powers of Λ. Weinberg 1979: there is a unique dim-5 operator consistent with the gauge symmetry of the SM, and this operator will lead to a Majorana mass term for neutrinos after EWSB ...

NEUTRINO ODYSSEY

... Super-Kamiokande also confirmed the observation of the solar neutrino deficit first seen by Davis and Bahcall. In the process, they took the first image of the Sun using neutrinos. Super-K’s data, when combined with data from the SNO collaboration – whose SNO detector resides in the Creighton mine i ...

... Super-Kamiokande also confirmed the observation of the solar neutrino deficit first seen by Davis and Bahcall. In the process, they took the first image of the Sun using neutrinos. Super-K’s data, when combined with data from the SNO collaboration – whose SNO detector resides in the Creighton mine i ...

TK_LV_NExT

... LSND saw the 3.8s excess of electron antineutrinos from muon antineutrino beam; since this excess is not understood by neutrino Standard Model, it might be new physics Data is consistent with flat solution, but sidereal time solution is not excluded. LSND oscillation candidate sidereal time distribu ...

... LSND saw the 3.8s excess of electron antineutrinos from muon antineutrino beam; since this excess is not understood by neutrino Standard Model, it might be new physics Data is consistent with flat solution, but sidereal time solution is not excluded. LSND oscillation candidate sidereal time distribu ...

Neutrino oscillations II

... • We clearly know neutrinos oscillate Neutrinos have masses • It seems that there are three allowed regions of parameters (sin22 and m2) that the current data seem to point ...

... • We clearly know neutrinos oscillate Neutrinos have masses • It seems that there are three allowed regions of parameters (sin22 and m2) that the current data seem to point ...

Document

... Atmospheric neutrino (nm > ) oscillations are established (IMB+Kam+SK+Macro+Sudan) At that frequency, electron neutrino oscillations are small (CHOOZ) This allows a consistent picture with 3-family oscillations preferred: LMA: q12 ~300 Dm122~7 10-5eV2 , q23 ~450 Dm23 2~ 2.5 10-3eV2, q13 <~ 100 wit ...

... Atmospheric neutrino (nm > ) oscillations are established (IMB+Kam+SK+Macro+Sudan) At that frequency, electron neutrino oscillations are small (CHOOZ) This allows a consistent picture with 3-family oscillations preferred: LMA: q12 ~300 Dm122~7 10-5eV2 , q23 ~450 Dm23 2~ 2.5 10-3eV2, q13 <~ 100 wit ...

Some Problems in String Cosmology

... understanding of weak interaction: V-A theory, Standard Model of electroweak interaction (Glashow, Weinberg and Salam: Nobel Prize) CP violation => One of the basic ingredient why we are here in the Universe , explain why there is more matter than anti-matter in our universe (Sahkarov, 1966). The di ...

... understanding of weak interaction: V-A theory, Standard Model of electroweak interaction (Glashow, Weinberg and Salam: Nobel Prize) CP violation => One of the basic ingredient why we are here in the Universe , explain why there is more matter than anti-matter in our universe (Sahkarov, 1966). The di ...

Neutrinos and our Sun

... iii Natural radioactive decays in the interior of the earth give out neutrinos at the rate of about 6 x 106 cm- 2 sec -1 with energy 1 MeV. (ii)The relic neutrinos, which are left over from the early epochs of the evolution of the Universe; they have a number density of - 110 cm- 3 for each neutrino ...

... iii Natural radioactive decays in the interior of the earth give out neutrinos at the rate of about 6 x 106 cm- 2 sec -1 with energy 1 MeV. (ii)The relic neutrinos, which are left over from the early epochs of the evolution of the Universe; they have a number density of - 110 cm- 3 for each neutrino ...

Precision atomic physics tests of P, CP, and CPT symmetries

... In each case symmetry violations were found before corresponding particles could be produced directly CPT symmetry is a unique signature of physics beyond quantum field theory. Provides one of few possible ways to access Quantum Gravity effects experimentally. ...

... In each case symmetry violations were found before corresponding particles could be produced directly CPT symmetry is a unique signature of physics beyond quantum field theory. Provides one of few possible ways to access Quantum Gravity effects experimentally. ...

Neutrinos and SN1987A

... The Homestake experiment was one of the first that successfully studied neutrinos that were emitted from the fusion process in the core of the Sun and subsequently made their way through Earth. It was scientifically proven, however, that this experiment was only observing about a third of the neutri ...

... The Homestake experiment was one of the first that successfully studied neutrinos that were emitted from the fusion process in the core of the Sun and subsequently made their way through Earth. It was scientifically proven, however, that this experiment was only observing about a third of the neutri ...