Conference talk Alain Blondel

Speaker: 
Alain Blondel
Affiliation: 
University of Geneva
Title: 
Neutrino physics, now and in the future
Abstract: 

The field of neutrinos could well be the most promising of new discoveries and surprises. There is, first, a well defined program of completing the measurements of the active neutrino mixing matrix, including the discovery of leptonic CP violation. Then the issue of the absolute neutrino masses and that of the nature and origin of neutrino masses is completely open. The postulated existence of Majorana mass terms or of heavy neutral partners of the light, active neutrinos open a very difficult but potentially very rewarding field of research.

Date: 
Thursday, April 17, 2014 - 09:45 - 10:30