Exploring the intrinsic Lorentz-violating parameters at DUNE

Barenboim, Gabriela (Departament de Física Teórica, IFIC, Universitat de València-CSIC, Burjassot, E-46100, Spain) ; Masud, Mehedi (AHEP Group, Institut de Física Corpuscular – CSIC/Universitat de València, Parc Cientific de Paterna, C/Catedratico José Beltrán, 2, València, Paterna, E-46980, Spain) ; Ternes, Christoph A. (AHEP Group, Institut de Física Corpuscular – CSIC/Universitat de València, Parc Cientific de Paterna, C/Catedratico José Beltrán, 2, València, Paterna, E-46980, Spain) ; Tórtola, Mariam  (AHEP Group, Institut de Física Corpuscular – CSIC/Universitat de València, Parc Cientific de Paterna, C/Catedratico José Beltrán, 2, València, Paterna, E-46980, Spain)

23 November 2018

Abstract: Neutrinos can push our search for new physics to a whole new level. What makes them so hard to be detected, what allows them to travel humongous distances without being stopped or deflected allows to amplify Planck suppressed effects (or effects of comparable size) to a level that we can measure or bound in DUNE. In this work we analyze the sensitivity of DUNE to CPT and Lorentz-violating interactions in a framework that allows a straightforward extrapolation of the bounds obtained to any phenomenological modification of the dispersion relation of neutrinos.


Published in: Physics letters B 788 (2019) 308-315
Published by: Elsevier
DOI: 10.1016/j.physletb.2018.11.040
License: CC-BY-3.0



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