Neutrino Oscillations: Recent Progress & Future Plans (Daya Bay Results)
Jefferson Lab Deputy Director for Science & Technology, Robert McKeown, presented the recently published results on Neutrino Oscillations, from the Daya Bay Collaboration, during a colloquium on March 15.
The abstract from his talk: The study of neutrino oscillations has established that neutrinos have finite mass and that there is substantial flavor mixing. Such experiments provide the only laboratory evidence for new physics beyond the standard model of particle physics. Recently the last unknown mixing angle, theta-one-three, was discovered at an experiment sited at the Daya Bay nuclear power plant in China. Results of the Daya Bay experiment and prospects for future experiments will be discussed.
This link provides the Power Point briefing slides from his talk.