Neutrinos are among the most abundant particles in the universe and they influence an enormous range of physics. Despite all that we have learned about these special particles, there remains a surprising amount of information we still do not know about neutrinos themselves. In addition, a series of neutrino anomalies hint at the possible existence of additional sterile neutrino states or other beyond-the-Standard-Model physics potentially occurring in the neutrino sector. Liquid argon neutrino detectors are particularly well-suited to explore such anomalies and expand our search for new physics. In this talk, the speaker will focus on MicroBooNE’s recent headline-making results and where these investigations might take us in the near future.
Zoom Coordinates: https://cern.zoom.us/j/98768015328, pass 092020