Chair: K. S. Babu
Ines Gil-Botella (CIEMAT)
A review on the status of experimental neutrino physics.
Ernest Ma (UC Riverside)
Neutrinos may have interactions beyond those required by the standard model of quarks and leptons. They will have important effects on the structure of the cosmos and may be observable in the laboratory. In particular, I will discuss implications of neutrino interactions with dark matter in renormalizable models of neutrino mass, with applications to cosmic structure formation and Higgs physics.
Steve King (Southampton University)
In this talk we shall give an overview of unified models of quark and lepton (including especially neutrino) masses and mixing based on discrete CP and family symmetries spontaneously broken by extended Higgs and flavon sectors. Various different approaches to model building will be described, denoted as direct, semi-direct and indirect. We discuss examples based on SU(5) and SO(10) SUSY GUTs...
Nuno Barros (Pennsylvania Uni)
The Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) is a next-generation long-baseline neutrino experiment. DUNE consists of an intense neutrino beam fired a distance of 1300 km from the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory to the 40,000 ton Liquid Argon DUNE detector, located deep underground in the Homestake mine in South Dakota. The principle goals of this experiment are a comprehensive...