# Search results for: Thomas Schwetz

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2019 > 2019 > 1 > 1-35

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2018 > 2018 > 8 > 1-35

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2017 > 2017 > 11 > 1-25

*σ*discrepancy between the predicted and observed reactor anti-neutrino flux, known as the reactor anti-neutrino anomaly, continues to intrigue. The recent discovery of an unexpected bump in the reactor anti-neutrino spectrum, as well as indications that the flux deficit is different for different fission isotopes seems to disfavour the explanation of the anomaly in terms of sterile...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2017 > 2017 > 4 > 1-33

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2017 > 2017 > 1 > 1-31

Nuclear Physics B > 2016 > 908 > C > 199-217

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2016 > 2016 > 9 > 1-43

*s*-channel mediators, one vector (the

*Z*...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2016 > 2016 > 2 > 1-33

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2015 > 2015 > 9 > 1-25

*χ*

^{2}method, with some differences involving

*s*

_{23}

^{2}and CP-violating effects. We discuss the additional subtleties caused by the circular nature of the CP-violating phase, and how it is possible to obtain correlation coefficients...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2015 > 2015 > 9 > 1-26

*δ*

_{CP}in the range between π and 2π. We study the statistical significance of this hint by performing a Monte Carlo simulation of the relevant data. We find that the distribution of the standard test statistic used to derive confidence intervals for

*δ*

_{CP}is highly non-Gaussian...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2015 > 2015 > 5 > 1-16

Nuclear Physics, Section B > 2014 > 885 > Complete > 524-541

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2014 > 2014 > 3 > 1-41

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2014 > 2014 > 11 > 1-28

Nuclear Physics B (Proceedings Supplements) > 2013 > 235-236 > Complete > 229-235

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2013 > 2013 > 5 > 1-52

^{2}scale denoted by 3+1, 3+2,...

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2013 > 2013 > 9 > 1-22

*θ*

_{13}has opened various possibilities to determine the neutrino mass ordering, among them using PINGU, the low-energy extension of the IceCube neutrino telescope, to observe matter effects in atmospheric neutrinos, or a high statistics measurement of the neutrino energy spectrum at a reactor neutrino experiment with a baseline of around 60 km, such...

Physics Letters B > 2012 > 716 > 1 > 179-185

Journal of High Energy Physics > 2012 > 2012 > 8 > 1-17

*θ*

_{13}established recently by the Daya Bay reactor experiment opens the possibility to determine the neutrino mass ordering with experiments currently under construction. We investigate synergies between the NOvA long-baseline accelerator experiment with atmospheric neutrino data from the India-based Neutrino Observatory (INO). We identify the requirements on...