Yifang Wang (Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Latest Daya Bay results and its future prospects
The Daya Bay experiment reported in March this year the discovery of non-zero neutrino mixing angle theta_13 from the disappearance of reactor neutrinos with a baseline of 1.7 km. An updated analysis confirmed this results and the statistical significance is improved to 7.2 sigma. All the 8 detector modules are now fully installed and operational, and future prospects of this experiment will be give. A new plan, called Daya Bay II, for the mass hierarchy measurement based on reactor neutrinos will be presented.