The Elusive NeutrinoFriday the 6th of December 2019
Palaestra et Odeum, Lund University
The fundamental matter particles are leptons and quarks. Leptons are electrically charged or neutral and the latter are known as neutrinos. These have no strong and electromagnetic interactions and it is therefore difficult to get experimental information about them. That, together with the fact that they can change from one type of neutrino into another makes them fascinating objects. The symposium discusses all aspects, how experiments deal with these elusive objects, how they fit within and outside our present best theory, the Standard Model, and how we have recently observed neutrino coming from outside the Milky Way. Find out about the continuing quest to learn more about them.
The lectures are intended for a general audience interested in physics and astronomy.
Each lecture includes about 15 minutes discussions
*Lunch sandwiches will be available for people who register
for the symposiym by sending a mail to leif.lonnblad@thep.NOSPAM.lu.se before Friday the 29th of November.