Tau neutrinos are the least studied particle in the standard model. This whitepaper discusses the current and expected upcoming status of tau neutrino physics with attention to the broad experimental and theoretical landscape spanning long-baseline, beam-dump, collider, and astrophysical experiments. This whitepaper was prepared as a part of the NuTau2021 Workshop.
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Published in Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics, Volume 49, 2022, pages 110501-.
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Roshan Mammen Abraham, Alvarez-Muñiz, J., Arguelles, C., Akitaka Ariga, Ariga, T., A. Aurisano, D. Autiero, Bishai, M., N. Bostan, Bustamante, M., Cummings, A., Decoene, V., André de Gouvêa, G. De Lellis, Albert De Roeck, Denton, P. B., Antonia Di Crescenzo, Diwan, M. V., Farzan, Y., & Anatoli Fedynitch. (2022). Tau neutrinos in the next decade: from GeV to EeV. Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics, 49, 110501. https://doi.org/10.1088/1361-6471/ac89d2