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Presented By: Department of Physics

HEP-Astro Seminar | Results From T2K and the Current Landscape of Neutrino Oscillation

Kendall Mahn (Michigan State University)

Neutrinos are a tiny subatomic particle with surprising properties under active study. In particular, neutrinos oscillate, that is, they convert from one type of neutrino to another, is a surprising phenomenon under active study. The origin of neutrino mass is important for astrophysics, cosmology and particle physics, and many open questions surrounding neutrino oscillation exist. The Tokai-to-Kamioka (T2K) neutrino oscillation experiment sends a beam of muon flavor neutrinos or antineutrinos 295km across Japan. This seminar will discuss the state of the field of neutrino oscillation physics, including recent results from T2K, and T2K's exciting future program.

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