The Neutrino Theory Network (NTN) is an effort supported by the the Department of Energy (DOE) to strengthen the US neutrino theory community and its impact on the US neutrino experimental program. The NTN aims to strengthen the theoretical neutrino physics research effort in the United States and its impact on the domestic and international experimental programs. At present, the network research focusses on the theoretical description of neutrino interactions, novel signatures and experimental searches, as well as standard and beyond standard physics in the neutrino sector.
This in-person workshop aims to present the latest developments on the aforementioned physics topics, and discuss future directions in theoretical neutrino physics as well as its role supporting the neutrino experimental program.
Due to the current local COVID-19 community levels, the NTN Workshop will be held in a hybrid format, with a maximum of 50 in-person participants. This may subject to change following Fermilab policy (link here).
Partial funding may be available upon request, in particular to postdocs and students. There is no registration fee and the deadline for registration is June 7th.
If you do not have a Fermilab badge, please register and complete the Onsite Access Request before May 25th (link here).
Organizers: John Beacom, Marcela Carena, André de Gouvêa, Pedro Machado, Noemi Rocco.
Further details on the Neutrino Theory Network can be found here.