Chair: A Mirizzi
Boris Popov (LPNHE, University of Paris)
The most recent neutrino and antineutrino oscillation results from the T2K long-baseline experiment will be reviewed. Plans for the future will also be discussed.
Mariam Tórtola (IFIC, CSIC-Univ Valencia)
One of the main goals of the current and future neutrino long-baseline experiment is the observation of CP violation in the leptonic sector. In this talk we will discuss some scenarios where the measurement of the CP violation phase could be affected by the presence of neutrino physics BSM. In this case the combination of different observables will be necessary to obtain a clean observation...
Pedro Machado (IFT, UAM-CSIC)
The next generation of dark matter direct detection experiments will be sensitive to both coherent neutrino-nucleus and neutrino-electron scattering. We compute projected nuclear and electron recoil rates due to solar neutrinos, and use them to infer errors on future measurements of the neutrino fluxes, weak mixing angle and solar observables, as well as to constrain new physics in the neutrino sector.
Roberto A. Lineros (IFIC, CSIC-Univ Valencia)
The observation of PeV neutrinos has opened a window to study astrophysics and New Physics processes. Among PeV neutrino observables, the neutrino flavor composition become very interesting because it can reveal underlying interactions during the neutrino propagation. We consider the effect of galactic dark matter interactions on the neutrino oscillations. We estimate the effective interaction...
Francesco Capozzi (Università degli Studi di Padova - INFN Padova)
It has been recently shown that the flavor composition of a self-interacting neutrino gas can spontaneously acquire a time-dependent pulsating component during its flavor evolution. In this context, we perform a more detailed study of this effect in a model where neutrinos are assumed to be emitted in a two-dimensional plane from an infinite line that acts as a neutrino antenna. We consider...