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XXVIII SLAC Summer Institute on Particle Physics
14 - 25 August 2000
The solar neutrino problem and the atmospheric neutrino deficit provide powerful evidence for new physics in the neutrino sector. Even the most conventional interpretation, in terms of neutrino oscillations, implies the existence of a whole new mass matrix to be explored. Its gross properties seem to be quite different from the more familiar quark mass matrices. These results from extraterrestrial neutrino sources have sparked several experimental programs to observe the phenomena with accelerator beams, as well as with reactor sources of neutrinos. In this years SLAC Summer Institute, well examine thoroughly the evidence for neutrino oscillations and its implications for theories beyond the Standard Model. Well also hear about direct searches for neutrino mass, the potential of a muon storage ring for neutrino physics, and the role of neutrinos in astrophysics and cosmology.
Participants may present their own research at one of two poster sessions during the Institute. If you wish to present a poster paper, please e-mail a brief abstract by July 14 to email@example.com. Selected contributors will be notified prior to the start of the Institute.
The SLAC Summer Institute is hosted by Stanford University and co-sponsored by the US Department of Energy and the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.
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