Special Issue "Symmetry in Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 January 2024 | Viewed by 2552
Interests: Neutrino physics and astrophysics; Beyond Standard Model Physics; searches for dark matter particles; searches for CPT and Lorentz Invariance violations
Neutrinos provide one of the most exciting opportunities to answer intriguing questions about the origin of the universe, the constitution of matter, and the laws governing the interactions and intrinsic properties of elementary particles. Neutrino research aims to determine neutrino absolute masses and their hierarchy, the existence of CP symmetry violation in the leptonic sector, which would help to explain matter–antimatter asymmetry, CPT and Lorentz Invariance violations, the mechanism through which neutrinos acquire mass, the source of astrophysical neutrinos, the interaction of neutrinos beyond the standard model of elementary particles, neutrinos as a means to better understand or control their own sources, and the list goes on. In this environment of constant confrontation of experimental data with theories and evolving ideas, it is crucial to always record through publication up-to-date information, research results, and new perspectives in this rich field of academic study. We hope that you will contribute with your valuable knowledge.
Prof. Dr. Célio Adrega De Moura Junior
Dr. Fernando Rossi-Torres
Manuscript Submission Information
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- neutrino phenomenology
- nonstandard neutrino interaction
- astrophysical neutrinos
- atmospheric neutrinos
- terrestrial neutrinos
- neutrino mass and oscillations
- CPT and CP symmetry violations
- Lorentz invariance violation
- neutrino decay