Daniel Cronin-Hennessy (Minnesota University)
Accelerator neutrino experiments using intense beams of muon neutrinos provide a well-controlled window into the new physics of the PMNS sector which expands the conventional standard model. Long-baseline experiments are providing significantly improved precision on oscillation phenomena using matter effects, appearance and disappearance channels, and neutrinos and antineutrinos. Other experiments at shorter baselines have very large data samples, enabling greatly improved measurements.This talk will present results from a suite of accelerator experiments which address the physics of the three-neutrino model, possible non-standard interactions, and neutrino cross-sections.
Robert Plunkett (Fermilab)