25-29 August 2014
Schloss Waldthausen, Mainz, Germany
Europe/Berlin timezone

An update on solar neutrino physics

26 Aug 2014, 14:50
Schloss Waldthausen, Mainz, Germany

Schloss Waldthausen, Mainz, Germany


Stefano Davini (University of Houson)


The Sun as a well-defined neutrino source provides extremely important opportunities to investigate nontrivial neutrino properties such as nonzero mass, flavor mixing, neutrino oscillations, and MSW effect. The solar neutrino flux is energetically broadband, free of flavor backgrounds, and passes through quantities of matter obviously unavailable to terrestrial experiments. In this talk, after an introduction to solar neutrino phenomenology, I will describe the key features of solar neutrino experiments and I will summarize results and implicatiosn about solar neutrino detection and oscillations.

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