We consider a hybrid setup consisting of neutrino data from T2HK along with antineutrinos from a muon decay-at-rest (muDAR) source. Such a setup has already been studied before in the context of standard oscillations. We now explore the ability of this setup to measure charged-current non-standard interactions (NSIs) of neutrinos that can affect the production and detection of neutrinos. We find that the standard measurements are robust under the presence of NSIs. Further we highlight interesting correlations between the standard and non-standard CP-violating phases. This setup can also improve the constraints on purely leptonic NSIs which can only be probed using setups involving muon decay.
|Working Group||WG5 : Neutrinos Beyond PMNS|