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Neutrinos and the Flavour Problem

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The discovery of neutrino mass and mixing in 1998 arguably remains the greatest discovery in particle physics since the discovery of the top quark. However, unlike the top quark discovery, neutrino mass and mixing requires new physics and adds seven new parameters to the Standard Model. This additional information in the flavour sector provides a new impetus to solve the long standing Flavour Problem which began with the discovery of the muon in 1936. In this talk we shall review the phenomenology and theory of neutrino mass and mixing, and discuss progress towards a Supersymmetric Grand Unified Theory of Flavour.

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Colloquium series.

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