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1 J. Hewett Intensity Frontier Vision

2 J. Hewett Our Charge 1.Document ( in one coherent document) the physics /science opportunities at the Intensity Frontier. 2.Identify experiments and facilities needed for components of program 3.Demonstrate that community is interested/wants to do the Intensity Frontier physics 4.Educate the community

3 J. Hewett Congressional Language – HEP Intensity Frontier: “... the United States has unique capabilities that should be exploited to develop a world-leading program of neutrino science…The Committee directs the Office of Science to submit a report not later than 180 days of enactment that lays out —the expected benefits of intensity frontier science, —a strategy for maintaining the U.S. lead, and —the funding needs over the next 10 years, including construction activities, of implementing the proposed strategy. The Intensity Frontier workshop report should:  Answer the first element of this charge and part of the second  Illuminate the important connections between the 3 Frontiers  Discuss the international context and the role of a strong domestic program in that context 3

4 J. Hewett What is the Intensity Frontier? Exploration of Fundamental Physics with high luminosity and/or large sensitive detectors Precision measurements that indirectly probe quantum effects Must use multi-pronged approach to search for new physics –Direct Production –Precision Measurements –Rare and Forbidden Processes –Fundamental Properties of Particles New Physics

5 J. Hewett What is the Intensity Frontier? The Intensity Frontier is a broad and diverse, yet connected, set of science opportunities Heavy Quarks Charged Leptons Hidden Sectors Neutrinos Nucleons & Atoms Proton Decay

6 J. Hewett Working Groups Physics: s,c & b quarks final states Muons, taus All experiments for properties of neutrinos. Accelerator & non-accel. “ Dark” photons, paraphotons, axions, WISPs Proton decay Properties of nucleons, nuclei or atoms (EDM)

7 J. Hewett What is the Intensity Frontier? The Intensity Frontier is a broad and diverse, yet connected, set of science opportunities CP Asymmetries, Rare decays, Distributions K’s, Charm, B’s LFV with μ,τ g-2 New particle searches LFV with ν Oscillations 0νββ EDMs Parity Violation Proton Decay

8 J. Hewett What is the Intensity Frontier? The Intensity Frontier is a broad and diverse, yet connected, set of science opportunities New sources of CPV – Indirect new Physics Search New sources of CPV - Indirect new Physics Search Explore DM and other weakly coupled sectors Fundamental Properties: CPV Dirac/Majorana Hierarchy New sources of CPV – Indirect new Physics Search - Fundamental measurements Test of unification

9 J. Hewett What is the Intensity Frontier? The Intensity Frontier is a broad and diverse set of science opportunities Why is it important to be broad and diverse? Anticipated discoveries at the LHC with 1 st data: Murayama HIGGS! SUSY!

10 J. Hewett What is the Intensity Frontier? The Intensity Frontier is a broad and diverse set of science opportunities Why is it important to be broad and diverse? 1 st surprise from LHC: Direct CPV in Charm decays! CPV search in D→ππ vs D→ KK 3.5σ signal

11 J. Hewett What is the Intensity Frontier? The Intensity Frontier addresses fundamental questions: Are there new sources of CPV? Is there CPV in the leptonic sector? Are ν’s Majorana or Dirac? Do the forces unify? Is there a weakly coupled Hidden Sector linked to Dark Matter? Are apparent symmetries (B,L) violated at high scales? What is the flavor sector of LHC discoveries? Can we expand the new physics reach of the LHC?

12 J. Hewett Fundamental Questions #Intensity Frontier? Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay Tests fundamental Nature of the neutrino Tests Lepton Number Violation

13 J. Hewett Fundamental Questions #Intensity Frontier? Long Baseline Neutrino Oscillations Indications for large θ 13 is a gamechanger Allows for: Measurement of fundamental neutrino properties: CVP, Mass Hierarchy Test of 3ν paradigm

14 J. Hewett Fundamental Questions #Intensity Frontier? Electric Dipole Moment searches place strong constraint on New Physics and approaching EW Baryogensis predictions M. Ramsey-Musolf

15 J. Hewett Fundamental Questions #Intensity Frontier? Proton decay experiments test theories of unification and baryon number violation Future sensitivities at predicted levels SUSY GUT predictions related to LHC SUSY

16 J. Hewett Intensity Frontier Synergies The science of the set of programs is interconnected Probes of BνSM in both Neutrino and Charged Lepton interactions. If new operator couples to lepton doublets with strength ε Grossman

17 J. Hewett Intensity Frontier Linked to Other Frontiers The science of the Intensity Frontier is connected to the Energy and Cosmic Frontiers Connections between LHC results and flavor factories Forced to choose between MFV and Naturalness Arkani-Hamed

18 J. Hewett Intensity Frontier Linked to Other Frontiers The science of the Intensity Frontier is connected to the Energy and Cosmic Frontiers Connections between LHC results and flavor factories When (not IF) LHC discovers New Physics we will need to know its flavor sector Generic amplitude for flavor process

19 J. Hewett Intensity Frontier Linked to Other Frontiers The science of the Intensity Frontier is connected to the Energy and Cosmic Frontiers Connections between LHC results and flavor factories When (not IF) LHC discovers New Physics we will need to know its flavor sector LHC measures this! Flavor non-diagonal measured in LFV and heavy quark physics Generic amplitude for flavor process

20 J. Hewett Intensity Frontier Linked to Other Frontiers LBNE as a Neutrino Telescope – Synergy with Cosmic Frontier Supernova Neutrinos: ν’s/sec ⇒ Truly at the Intensity Frontier! –ν’s come from center of explosion during 1 st 10 sec –Can measure detailed ν spectrum, yielding valuable information on evolution supernova mechanism

21 J. Hewett Intensity Frontier Linked to Other Frontiers Hidden Sector Vector Portal/Heavy Dark Sector Photons: Couplings to SM small enough to have missed so far, but big enough to find Theories motivated by cosmic frontier

22 J. Hewett Intensity Frontier Linked to Other Frontiers Hidden Sector Vector Portal/Heavy Dark Sector Photons: Signatures at the Energy Frontier: Invisible decays of the Higgs could obscure typical Higgs

23 J. Hewett Intensity Frontier Linked to Other Frontiers Hidden Sector Vector Portal/Heavy Dark Sector Photons: Signatures at the Intensity Frontier: Essig, Schuster, Toro etal

24 J. Hewett This Workshop > 500 participants –Overflowed meeting space and had to limit attendance –Exceeded our expectations Workshop peppered with ideas and enthusiasm –> 100 Parallel session talks –Much discussion! Sessions, posters, hallways, twitter Demonstrates a large community that wants to do this science

25 J. Hewett This Workshop on

26 J. Hewett What Next? This workshop is just a step in the process towards making this program a reality –See Jim’s talk Broad Intensity Frontier discussion must continue –Centered on science opportunities –Community must speak with one voice –Community must be educated –Working groups should continue in some form - perhaps DPF could take this on

27 J. Hewett What Next? Proponents must engage, and make their case to, the community! Otherwise, you may not like the resulting priorities Arkani-Hamed

28 J. Hewett Workshop Deliverables Technical Report Timeline: 1 st draft due around the Holiday break Will be distributed for comments – delivered to DOE by end of January-ish Final product by next HEPAP meeting (mid- March) Everyone who contributes will be an author Website to sign up in support of the described science opportunities Glossy Brochure: Communicators in charge Ready by end of March

29 J. Hewett This Decade, Next Decade This Decade: Focus first on important science we can do this decade There are a set of experiments that we could construct now and could yield data by end of the decade Important to get an optimized science program mounted now SuperB Factories, rare K decays, g-2, μ2e, 0νββ, ν oscillations, Hidden sector searches, edm’s….

30 J. Hewett Keep up the Momentum! Workshop has focused on identifying science opportunities and current and proposed facilities Intensity Frontier is rich in opportunities and is an essential ingredient in a balanced program Intensity Frontier science are meet the criteria of paradigm changing The community can speak with one voice to articulate this in order to construct the facilities required to do the science Jim will now discuss what happens next and how this evolves into a program

31 J. Hewett Co-chairs Convenors Participants Support Staff …for making a successful workshop that exceeded our expectations! Thank You! 31

32 J. Hewett Co-chairs Convenors Participants Support Staff …for making a successful workshop that exceeded our expectations! Thank You! 32

33 J. Hewett Co-chairs Convenors Participants Support Staff …for making a successful workshop that exceeded our expectations! Thank You! 33

34 J. Hewett Co-chairs Convenors Participants Support Staff …for making a successful workshop that exceeded our expectations! Thank You! 34

35 J. Hewett Keep up the Momentum! Not IF, but WHEN


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