Status and perspectives of neutrino physics

  title={Status and perspectives of neutrino physics},
  author={M. Sajjad Athar and Steven W. Barwick and T. Brunner and Jun Cao and M. Danilov and Kunio Inoue and Takaaki Kajita and Marek Kowalski and Manfred Lindner and Kenneth Long and Nathalie Palanque-Delabrouille and Werner Rodejohann and H. Schellman and Kate Scholberg and S. h. Seo and Nigel J. Smith and Walter Winter and G. Zeller and R. Funchal},
  journal={Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics},

Matter effects of sterile neutrino in light of renormalization-group equations

Abstract The renormalization-group equation (RGE) approach to neutrino matter effects is further developed in this work. We derive a complete set of differential equations for effective mixing

Cosmology-friendly time-varying neutrino masses via the sterile neutrino portal

We investigate a consistent scenario of time-varying neutrino masses, and discuss its impact on cosmology, beta decay, and neutrino oscillation experiments. Such time-varying masses are assumed to be

Differential cross section measurement of charged current νe interactions without final-state pions in MicroBooNE

In this letter we present the first measurements of an exclusive electron neutrino cross section with the MicroBooNE experiment using data from the Booster Neutrino Beamline at Fermilab. These

Microscopic and macroscopic effects in the decoherence of neutrino oscillations

Abstract We present a generic structure (the layer structure) for decoherence effects in neutrino oscillations, which includes decoherence from quantum mechanical and classical uncertainties. The

Updating non-standard neutrinos properties with Planck-CMB data and full-shape analysis of BOSS and eBOSS galaxies

Using the latest observational data from Planck-CMB and its combination with the pre-reconstructed full-shape (FS) galaxy power spectrum measurements from the BOSS DR12 sample and eBOSS LRG DR16



Status of non-standard neutrino interactions

  • T. Ohlsson
  • Physics
    Reports on progress in physics. Physical Society
  • 2013
The phenomenology of NSIs and their experimental and phenomenological bounds are reported as well as an outlook for future sensitivity and discovery reach are reported.

Collective Neutrino Oscillations

We review the rich phenomena associated with neutrino flavor transformation in the presence of neutrino self-coupling. Our exposition centers on three collective neutrino oscillation scenarios: (a) a

Neutrinos and collider physics

We review the collider phenomenology of neutrino physics and the synergetic aspects at energy, intensity and cosmic frontiers to test the new physics behind the neutrino mass mechanism. In

The Role of Sterile Neutrinos in Cosmology and Astrophysics

We present a comprehensive overview of an extension of the Standard Model that contains three right-handed (sterile) neutrinos with masses below the electroweak scale [the Neutrino Minimal Standard

Neutrino oscillation studies with reactors

The past, present and future contributions of nuclear reactor-based neutrino oscillation experiments, their accomplishments and the remaining challenges are reviewed.

Probing new physics with coherent neutrino scattering off nuclei

The possibility off measuring for the first time neutrino-nuclei coherent scattering has been recently discussed by several experimental collaborations. It is shown that such a measurement may be

Neutrinoless Double-Beta Decay: Status and Prospects

Neutrinoless double-beta decay is a forbidden, lepton-number-violating nuclear transition whose observation would have fundamental implications for neutrino physics, theories beyond the Standard

Testing Lorentz and CPT Invariance with Neutrinos

The generic experimental signatures of the breakdown of these fundamental symmetries in the neutrino sector are presented.