The 2nd International Workshop on Neutrino Oscillations and their
Origin (NOON2000) will be held at Sanjyo-hall at the Hongo-campus
of the University of Tokyo, December 6th through December 8th of 2000.
The discovery of neutrino oscillations in atmospheric neutrinos has opened
new frontiers in neutrino physics. We now know that neutrinos have
non-zero mass and mixing. The study of neutrino oscillations will
naturally play a key role in the exploration of new physics beyond the
Standard Model. The determination of the neutrino mixing matrix and
mass matrix is one of the most important issues for elementary particle
physics in the coming century. The origin of neutrino oscillations
may also be connected to the possible GUTs.
In this workshop, we bring experimentalists and theorists together and
discuss the following subjects:
(1) Recent results on atmospheric neutrino oscillations and
progress towards the precise determination of the related parameters
(2) Long baseline experiments (current and future)
(3) Recent results of solar neutrino experiments as well as the solar
models and nuclear fusion reactions.
(4) Neutrino mass and mixing matrix
(5) Origin of neutrino masses
(6) Lepton flavor violation
(7) Baryon number violation, with an eye towards future proton
Super-K will present new Solar and Atmospheric results updated on November
2000. This workshop is supported by the Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
on Priority Areas A, "Neutrino Oscillations and Their Origin," from the
Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture, Japan.