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Long Baseline Neutrino Experiments

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The recent discovery of the “large” value of the third neutrino mixing angle theta13 has pointed the way for the next generation of neutrino experiments. These next generation experiments should be able to tell us about the neutrino mass hierarchy and make significant strides into the search for CP violation in neutrinos. During the seminar I will discuss the current state of the field and set out the current options for the next generation of long baseline neutrino experiments in Europe, the USA and Japan.

This talk is part of the Particle Physics Seminars series.

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