“New physics probes with neutrino and dark matter experiments”
Given by Valentina de Romeri
Abstract: In this talk I will discuss the possibility of unveiling new physics with neutrino and dark matter experiments, highlighting a strong complementarity among different facilities. I will focus on three different examples. First I will discuss how the recent observation of coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering (CEvNS) can probe neutrino generalized interactions. Then, I will investigate opportunities for detecting light dark matter at DUNE, a next generation long baseline neutrino experiment. Finally, I will shortly comment on a possible interpretation of the recent XENON1T excess, and discuss how such experiment is now becoming sensitive to new physics in the neutrinosector.
*Event has been rescheduled: Seminar will now meet at 3:00PM Thursday, July 23, instead of 4:00PM.
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