The phenomenon of neutrino oscillation has established the neutrino mixing and their non-zero masses. Through the observation of anti-neutrino disappearance from reactors over kilometer-scale baseline, the Daya Bay experiment in Southern China recently measured the last unknown neutrino mixing angle theta13. The sizable value of theta13 opens doors to the measurement of the CP phase in leptonic sector and the determination of the neutrino mass hierarchy. In this talk, I will report the latest results of the Daya Bay experiment and discuss the prospects of the next-generation neutrino oscillation experiments.
Coffee and cookies before the presentation at 3:15 pm, and refreshments after the presentation will both be served in Room 128.