The phenomenon of Neutrino Oscillation has been very well confirmed by a plethora of data; we are now entering a precision era in which the mixing angles and mass differences are going to be measured with unprecedented precision by ongoing and planned experiments. However, the new measurements could reveal that the standard three flavor scenario is not enough for a complete description of oscillations and a new paradigm beyond the standard physics in the lepton sector must be invoked.
In this talk I will discuss how to test that all CP violating asymmetries are described in terms of the single leptonic Jarlskog invariant as predicted in the absence of new physics effects.
|Collaboration / Activity||neutrino physics|
|First author||Davide Meloni|