Neutrino Physics

@inproceedings{Peccei1999NeutrinoP,
  title={Neutrino Physics},
  author={Roberto D. Peccei},
  year={1999}
}
. These lectures describe some aspects of the physics of massive neutrinos. After a brief introduction of neutrinos in the Standard Model, I discuss possible patterns for their masses. In particular, I show how the presence of a large Majorana mass term for the right-handed neutrinos can engender tiny neutrino masses for the observed neutrinos. If neutrinos have mass, different flavors of neutrinos can oscillate into one another. To analyze this phenomena, I develop the relevant formalism for… 

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