New frontiers in Neutrino Cosmology (Ilaria Archidiacono, UniMi)

Aprile 17, 2024@2:00 pm–3:00 pm
Aula 501

Seminario Fenomenologia delle Particelle

Investigating neutrino physics through observations of the Universe is crucial for addressing open questions in both cosmology and particle physics.
After reviewing current cosmological constraints on neutrino properties, I will show the potential of forthcoming large-scale structure data from the ESA Euclid mission to detect the neutrino mass sum and provide insights into the existence of light particles beyond the Standard Model.​​
I will also discuss how non-standard neutrino interactions, which may help to resolve the Hubble constant tension, can be constrained with future cosmological data.

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