Sterile Neutrinos: An Introduction to Experiments
Author(s)Shaevitz, M.; Conrad, Janet Marie
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This paper is written as one chapter in a collection of essays on neutrino physics for beginning graduate students. The text presents important experimental methods and issues for those interested in searches for sterile neutrinos. Other essays in the collection, written by other authors, will cover introduction to neutrinos in the Standard Model, a description of the theory, and discussion of details of detectors, thus these aspects are not covered here. However, beyond these points, this represents a self-contained tutorial on experimental studies of sterile neutrino oscillations, covering such issues as signals vs. limits, designing experiments, and performing and interpreting global fits to the oscillation data.
DepartmentMassachusetts Institute of Technology. Department of Physics
Advanced Series on Directions in High Energy Physics
Conrad, J., and M. Shaevitz. “Sterile Neutrinos: An Introduction to Experiments.” Advanced Series on Directions in High Energy Physics (March 22, 2018): 391–442.