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Neutrino Physics: From Discovery to Cosmic Neutrinos

Stefano Spezia

691 pages
Arcler Education Inc
This book reviews the recent achievements in neutrino physics over the last two decades, ranging from the first experiments on nuclear beta-decay, that have brought to its discovery, up to the newest terrestrial experiments and cosmological measurements. In particular, it provides a summary of the properties of neutrinos in and beyond the Standard Model, it treats of the neutrinos masses, of the double beta-decay, and neutrino oscillations, and at last, it focuses on the study of extraterrestrial neutrinos of different origins: atmospheric, solar, and cosmogenic.
Author Bio
Stefano Spezia is Ph.D. holder in Applied Physics at the University of Palermo since April 2012. His major research experience is in noise-induced effects in nonlinear systems, especially in the fields of modeling of complex biological systems and simulation of semiconductor spintronic devices. Associate member of the Italian Physical Society and European Physical Society.