IPMU Colloquium (PC)

Speaker: Hisakazu Minakata (Tokyo Metropolitan U.)
Title: Neutrinos: Kage-Musha in nature which however have a key to understand her fundamental structure
Date (JST): Wed, Oct 03, 2012, 15:30 - 17:00
Place: Lecture Hall
Related File: 763.pdf
Abstract: Though hidden from us as almost "ghost" particles, neutrinos play important roles in cosmology and astrophysical phenomena. After digging out some of their roles I will focus on new neutrino properties, masses and flavor mixings, discovered in the last 15 years. I start with recollection of how it was done and give an overview of how this halfway task can be completed. Then, I will try to reach their possible implications to fundamental structure of our world.