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Christoph Ternes, "Current status of neutrino oscillations"

US/Central
F-108 (Building 362)

F-108

Building 362

Description
Abstract: In this talk I will present the current status of neutrino mixing parameters and masses. Since the discovery of oscillations, neutrino oscillation experiments have reached a very good level in precision. Due to correlations among parameters a global fit combining many different datasets can give more precise results than a single experiment on its own. I will present the results of the latest global fit performed by our group. However, a few experiments have observed anomalous results which could be explained by non-standard neutrino oscillations. Therefore, in the second part of the talk I will review the current status of neutrino oscillations in the presence of a light sterile neutrino.
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