Complementarity of Cosmological and Laboratory Neutrino Experiments
Over the next decade, a number of cosmological and terrestrial experiments will measure key properties of neutrinos including the neutrino mass scale and ordering, search for the existence of sterile neutrinos, and probe the generation mechanism of neutrino masses. This session will explore how these measurements can complement each other to fill out our picture of neutrino physics over the next decade, focusing on how CMB-S4 measurements of neutrino number and mass relate to, and can inform, other cosmological and laboratory probes.
Talks will be 12 minutes long with 8 minutes between talks to encourage ample discussion and interaction between speakers and audience.
Time/Date: 10:00am - 11:30am Pacific Time / August 13, 2020
Rapporteurs/Organizers: Marilena Loverde and Bryce Littlejohn
10:00 - 10:20 - Elise Novitski (UW): Direct Neutrino Mass Measurements: Future Status and Interplay File:Novitski 2020 CMB-S4 Workshop web.pdf
10:20 - 10:40 - Michelle Dolinski (Drexel): Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay Searches: Future Status and Interplay File:20200813 CMB-S4 Dolinski v2.pdf
10:40 - 11:00 - David Caratelli (FNAL): Short-Baseline Sterile Neutrino Searches: Current and Future Status File:CMBS4 Caratelli ShortBaselline.pdf
11:00 - 11:20 - George Fuller (UCSD): SBL-CMB Interplay: Conflicts and Opportunities File:Nu-CMB-Comp.fuller.pdf
11:20 - 11:30 - All: Speaker Qs and As
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