Title: Past and Future Lessons from Neutrino Physics


Neutrinos are the most subtle of the known particles, visible to us only via the weak interaction. Carefully-designed and well-characterized experiments are required to reveal their nature. I will discuss some recent measurements demonstrating the oscillation of massive neutrinos, with a focus on the lessons learned along the way. I will then describe future measurements that are intended to address outstanding issues. Finally I will say a little about my exploration of novel methods to probe neutrino properties.