The Future of Neutrino Mass Measurements: Terrestrial, Astrophysical, and Cosmological Measurements in the Next Decade

The Future of Neutrino Mass Measurements: Terrestrial, Astrophysical, and Cosmological Measurements in the Next Decade The Future of Neutrino Mass Measurements: Terrestrial, Astrophysical, and Cosmological Measurements in the Next Decade
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    The Institute of Nuclear Theory

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    $40

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    English

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The goal of this international workshop is to review the status and future of direct and indirect neutrino mass measurements in the laboratory as well as from astrophysical and cosmological observations. This meeting will bring together experts from neutrino physics, astrophysics, and cosmology to critically assess what these fields can contribute to the measurement of the neutrino mass and the determination of the neutrino mass spectrum in the next decade. The discussions of this workshop will be summarized in a white paper.

The topics to be covered in this workshop include the following:

  • Direct neutrino mass measurements:tritium beta decay measurements with spectrometers, bolometric measurements
  • New ideas for direct neutrino mass measurements:trapped atoms, ion storage rings, cyclotron frequency, bolometric experiments
  • Effective neutrino masses in double beta decay experiments:experiment and theory
  • Astrophysical information on neutrino masses: supernovae
  • Cosmological constraints on neutrino masses: large scale structure, CMB anisotropies, weak lensing, last scattering surface, galaxy power spectra
  • Model dependencies, statistical analysis, best limits: Cosmological models, combining astrophysical and laboratory information on neutrino mass, PDG best limits

 

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