Neutrino non-standard interactions: A status report
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Neutrino non-standard interactions: A status report

  • Author(s): Dev, Bhupal
  • Babu, KS
  • Denton, Peter
  • Machado, Pedro
  • Argüelles, Carlos A
  • Barrow, Joshua L
  • Chatterjee, Sabya Sachi
  • Chen, Mu-Chun
  • de Gouvêa, André
  • Dutta, Bhaskar
  • Gonçalves, Dorival
  • Han, Tao
  • Hostert, Matheus
  • Jana, Sudip
  • Kelly, Kevin J
  • Li, Shirley Weishi
  • Martinez-Soler, Ivan
  • Mehta, Poonam
  • Mocioiu, Irina
  • Perez-Gonzalez, Yuber F
  • Salvado, Jordi
  • Shoemaker, Ian
  • Tammaro, Michele
  • Thapa, Anil
  • Turner, Jessica
  • Xu, Xun-Jie
  • et al.
Abstract

This report summarizes the present status of neutrino non-standard interactions (NSI). After a brief overview, several aspects of NSIs are discussed, including connection to neutrino mass models, model-building and phenomenology of large NSI with both light and heavy mediators, NSI phenomenology in both short- and long-baseline neutrino oscillation experiments, neutrino cross-sections, complementarity of NSI with other low- and high-energy experiments, fits with neutrino oscillation and scattering data, DUNE sensitivity to NSI, effective field theory of NSI, as well as the relevance of NSI to dark matter and cosmology. We also discuss the open questions and interesting future directions that can be pursued by the community at large. This report is based on talks and discussions during the Neutrino Theory Network NSI workshop held at Washington University in St.~Louis from May 29-31, 2019

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