Ryan Plestid (University Of Kentucky)
Neutrinos passing through the Earth can scatter off nuclei and produce heavy neutral leptons (HNLs). For HNL decay lengths on the order of, or shorter than, the radius of the Earth these HNLs can be efficiently detected by searching for their decay products in large volume detectors. I will discuss prospects for discovery of HNLs produced from solar and atmospheric neutrinos in large volume detectors.
Ian Shoemaker R. Andrew Gustafson Ryan Plestid (University Of Kentucky)