Interplay of Dark Matter Direct Detection and Neutrino Experiments
Dark matter detectors are approaching the neutrino floor. As standard model neutrino rates get close to being probed, dark matter experiments begin to probe neutrino physics in an interesting way, which I review here. I also present some frameworks in which deep neutrino detectors may serve as dark matter direct detection experiments.
I would like to thank the Simons Foundation and the organizers for an interesting and stimulating workshop. I would also like to thank my collaborators on the projects connected to this writeup—J. Kopp, P. Machado, Y. Grossman, O. Telem, Y. Zhang, P. Fox, J. Eby, G. Kribs, as well as the CONNIE collaboration. Fermilab is operated by Fermi Research Alliance, LLC under Contract No. DE-AC02-07CH11359 with the United States Department of Energy.