Neutrino Physics: Exploring Matter and Universe
Dr Teppei Katori, Kings College London
Neutrino physics is one of the most flourishing fields in particle physics. Neutrinos are elementary particles of nature, and scientists found they have mass. This was the topic of the 2015 Nobel prize, and is the only clear evidence for this mass beyond the Standard Model of particle physics. Scientists all over the world study properties of neutrinos or use neutrinos as a new tool to investigate astrophysical objects and fundamental properties of the universe. In this talk Dr Katori will review particle physics and the status of the most exciting neutrino projects in the world.
This event may also be delivered as an online webinar. If necessary due to Coronavirus or venue restrictions it will be an online webinar only.
To join the webinar please register in advance at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/258265795317422349
Photo credit: Reider Hahn (Fermilab)