Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay and Other Physics with SNO+
- Josh Klein, Pennsylvinia State University
Wednesday, May 16, 4:10 PM - Nuclear Science Seminar
NSCL Lecture Hall
Our picture of neutrinos has changed dramatically over the past ten or fifteen years, and our physics goals for neutrino measurements have likewise evolved. In this talk, I will discuss some of the outstanding questions in neutrino physics, and present the status and plans of the SNO+ experiment.
SNO+ will replace the heavy water used by the Sudbury Neutrino
(SNO) with liquid scintillator, and in so doing will allow us to explore some of the most compelling of these remaining questions about neutrinos.