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Neutrino Interactions in the GeV Regime

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Understanding neutrino interactions in the GeV regime is essential for current and next generation accelerator-based neutrino programs. Recently, intensive experimental efforts have been made to control uncertainties arising from various nuclear effects in neutrino oscillation measurements. MINE RvA in the US and T2K in Japan are the leading experiments to study neutrino interactions, while for the future oscillation experiments DUNE and Hyper-K, suites of sophisticate near detectors are under design. The success of these efforts will enable the precision needed to explore physics beyond the Standard Model, most importantly CP violation in the lepton sector. As particle detectors are being constantly improved, neutrino interaction measurements have entered a new era. New insights provided by kinematic correlations of final-state particles are proven to be important in understanding nuclear effects in neutrino interactions. In this seminar, I will introduce the application of final-state kinematic correlations in current neutrino experiments and their perspective for future programs.

This talk is part of the Particle Physics Seminars series.

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