Neutrino Physics and AstrophysicsBy
- Y. Suzuki
- Y. Totsuka, Kamioka Observatory, Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, University of Tokyo, Japan
The scientific program of these important proceedings was arranged to cover most of the field of neutrino physics. In light of the rapid growth of interest stimulated by new interesting results from the field, more than half of the papers presented here are related to the neutrino mass and oscillations, including atmospheric and solar neutrino studies. Neutrino mass and oscillations could imply the existence of a mass scale many orders of magnitudes higher than presented in current physics and will probably guide scientists beyond the standard model of particle physics.
Published: July 1999
- Foreword. Part 1. Opening Lecture. Part 2. Solar Neutrinos. Part 3. Atmospheric Neutrinos. Part 4. Long Baseline Experiments. Part 5. Short Baseline Oscillation Experiments. Part 6. Implications of the Solar and Atmospheric Neutrino Data. Part 7. Accelerator and Reactor Neutrino Experiments. Part 8. Neutrino and Particle Physics. Part 9. Direct Search for Neutrino Mass. Part 10. Double Beta Decay. Part 11. Dark Matter Search. Part 12. Neutrino in Cosmology and Astrophysics. Part 13. Ultra-high Energy Neutrinos. Part 14. Conclusion.