Title: Neutrinos at SNO+: Precision Measurements and Paths to New Physics


This talk will introduce the SNO+ experiment: a multi-purpose neutrino experiment with a broad experimental program and wide physics reach. The primary goal of SNO+ is a search for neutrinoless double beta decay, a process which has yet to be observed. A successful measurement would determine the fundamental nature of the neutrino, making it unique among fermions as being its own antiparticle, and also place limits on the absolute neutrino mass scale. SNO+ also has an extensive solar neutrino program. Although the SNO experiment unequivocally demonstrated solar neutrino oscillation, many exciting questions remain to be answered. This talk will motivate further solar neutrino studies, discuss the current status of the field, and present the potential sensitivity of SNO+.