Neutrino Physics at Long and Short Baselines: The DUNE and SBN Experiments at Fermilab

The study of neutrinos over the past 60 years has revealed an incredible amount about the Standard Model of elementary particles, despite neutrinos being one of the most challenging areas of exploration in particle physics. This combination, a seeming contradiction, motivates continued experimental effort at a grand scale to reveal the neutrinos’ further secrets. One of the global centers of neutrino physics research is at Fermilab, forty miles west of campus, which hosts the future Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment, DUNE, and the ongoing Short-Baseline Neutrino experiment, SBN. In this talk, I will review some of the biggest past discoveries in neutrino physics and preview the exciting future ahead with these new experiments at unprecedented scales and with world-leading reach for new discoveries.