Tau neutrinos in the next decade: From GeV to EeV

Roshan Mammen Abraham, Jaime Alvarez-Muñiz, Carlos A. Argüelles, Akitaka Ariga, Tomoko Ariga, Adam Aurisano, Dario Autiero, Mary Bishai, Nilay Bostan, Mauricio Bustamante, Austin Cummings, Valentin Decoene, Andre De Gouvêa, Giovanni De Lellis, Albert De Roeck, Peter B. Denton, Antonia Di Crescenzo, Milind V. Diwan, Yasaman Farzan, Anatoli FedynitchJonathan L. Feng, Laura J. Fields, Alfonso Garcia, Maria Vittoria Garzelli, Julia Gehrlein, Christian Glaser, Katarzyna Grzelak, Steffen Hallmann, Jeremy Hewes, D. Indumathi, Ahmed Ismail, Sudip Jana, Yu Seon Jeong, Kevin J. Kelly, Spencer R. Klein, Felix Kling, Thomas Kosc, Umut Kose, D. Jason Koskinen, John Krizmanic, Jeff Lazar, Yichen Li, Ivan Martinez-Soler, Irina Mocioiu, Jiwoo Nam, Valentin Niess, Nepomuk Otte, Sameer Patel, Roberto Petti, Remy L. Prechelt, Steven Prohira, Miriama Rajaoalisoa, Mary Hall Reno, Ibrahim Safa, Carlos Sarasty-Segura, R. Thiru Senthil, Juliana Stachurska, Oleksandr Tomalak, Sebastian Trojanowski, Roger Alexandre Wendell, Dawn Williams, Stephanie Wissel, Barbara Yaeggy, Enrique Zas, Pavel Zhelnin, Jing Yu Zhu

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Abstract

Tau neutrinos are the least studied particle in the standard model. This whitepaper discusses the current and expected upcoming status of tau neutrino physics with attention to the broad experimental and theoretical landscape spanning long-baseline, beam-dump, collider, and astrophysical experiments. This whitepaper was prepared as a part of the NuTau2021 Workshop.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number110501
JournalJournal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics
Volume49
Issue number11
DOIs
StatePublished - Nov 2022

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics

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