Mr Hirohisa A. Tanaka (University of British Columbia/Institute of Particle Physics)
5/18/09, 9:30 AM
Following the establishment of neutrino oscillations using both astrophysical and terrestrial neutrino sources, we look forward to an exciting era when precision and high-sensitivity probes will refine our understanding of neutrino oscillations and elucidate their relationship to some of the "Big Questions" that confront the field of particle physics as a whole. Among these include the origins...
Prof. Baha Balantekin (University of Wisconsin)
5/18/09, 10:15 AM
Neutrino cross sections are often a crucial input in understanding a broad range of phenomena ranging from stellar evolution to core-collapse supernovae and gamma-ray bursts. This talk will present an overview of the role of neutrino cross sections in astrophysics and cosmology.