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Neutrino Pamphlet

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What are the neutrinos?

What's new

2022-06-01
award
Dr. M. Nakamura and Dr. T. Nakano (Nagoya University) received the Foundation for High Energy Accelerator Science 2021 Koshiba Prize.
2022-04-27
workshop
Vietnam School on Neutrinos 2022 will be held at ICISE center, Quy Nhon on 10-22 July 2022. [link]
2022-03-02
workshop
Exploration of Particle Physics and Cosmology with Neutrino Workshop 2021 will be held online and , on 7-2 March, 2022. [link]
2021-10-22
award
Dr. A. Hiramoto(Okayama University) received the Young Scientists' Award of The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
2021-10-16
award
Dr. K. Niwa(Nagoya University) received the 2022 Panofsky Prize of The American Physical Society. [link]
2021-10-06
workshop
KASHIWA DARK MATTER SYMPOSIUM 2021 will be held online, on 29 November - 2 December, 2021. [link]
2021-07-12
workshop
Vietnam School on Neutrinos 2021 will be held at ICISE center, Quy Nhon on 29 August -9 September 2021. [link]
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Purpose of the Research Project

 Today, Particle Physics and Cosmology are in a big turning point. The standard model of Particle Physics is well verified in a wide energy range up to TeV with the development of accelerators. Standard Cosmology describes Nucleosynthesis in the evolution of our universe, and firmly establish the existence of dark matter and dark energy. However, Standard Model and Standard Cosmology can not explain the origins of asymetry between matter and anti-matter in our universe, the origin of inflation, the unified picture between forces and particles consiting of matter. To understand a picture from the beginning of our universe to the present, we must innovate a novel concept of Particle Physics and Cosmology. We challenge to build the new concept of Particle Physics and Cosmology by studying "neutrinos" that are the essential key particle to address these unresolved problems.

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