Date: Wednesday 26th June 2002
Title: Discrete Symmetries in Neutrino Oscillations
Speaker: Dr Paul Harrison (Queen Mary, University of London)
The phenomenology of neutrino oscillations in the general three-family case is reviewed, with particular emphasis on the violation of the discrete symmetries CP and T. Theory is confronted with experiment, and a particular form for the lepton mixing matrix emerges, which, within the exerimental errors, exhibits three discrete symmetries. The future prospects for more precise tests of these symmetries are summarised.