White Paper on New Opportunities at the Next-Generation Neutrino Experiments (Part 1: BSM Neutrino Physics and Dark Matter)

@article{Arguelles2019WhitePO,
  title={White Paper on New Opportunities at the Next-Generation Neutrino Experiments (Part 1: BSM Neutrino Physics and Dark Matter)},
  author={Carlos A. Arguelles and Adam Aurisano and Brian Batell and Joshua Berger and M. R. Bishai and T. Boschi and N. K. Byrnes and Arka Chatterjee and Alan Chodos Alan Chodos and Thomas E. Coan and Y. Cui and Andr'e de Gouvea and Peter B. Denton and A. De Roeck and Will Flanagan and Reddy Pratap Gandrajula and A. Hatzikoutelis and Matheus Hostert and B. J. P. Jones and Boris J. Kayser and Kevin J. Kelly and D. H. Kim and Joachim Kopp and Andrew Kubik and Karol Lang and I. Lepetic and Pedro A. N. Machado and C. A. Moura and Fredrick I. Olness and J. C. Park and Silvia Pascoli and Suprabh Prakash and L Rogers and Ibrahim Safa and Austin Schneider and Kate Scholberg and S. S. Shin and Ian M. Shoemaker and G. V. Sinev and Ben Smithers and Alexandre Sousa and Yicong Sui and Volodymyr Takhistov and J. P. Thomas and Jacob Todd and Yu-Dai Tsai and Y. T. Tsai and David Vanegas Forero and J. Yu and C. Zhang},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
  year={2019}
}
With the advent of a new generation of neutrino experiments which leverage high-intensity neutrino beams for precision measurements, it is timely to explore physics topics beyond the standard neutrino-related physics. Given that the realm of beyond the standard model (BSM) physics has been mostly sought at high-energy regimes at colliders, such as the LHC at CERN, the exploration of BSM physics in neutrino experiments will enable complementary measurements at the energy regimes that balance… 

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