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Poster Session Monday

Place

Location: Heidelberg
Address: Neckarstaden 24 69117 Heidelberg Germany
Room: Kongresshaus Stadthalle Heidelberg
Date: 4 Jun 17:35 - 8:00 PM

Contribution List

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Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The precise reconstruction of charged particle tracks in homogeneous liquid scintillator (LSc) neutrino detectors, e.g., from muons, is an important prerequisite for the efficient rejection of cosmogenic background events or the analysis of multi-GeV neutrino interactions. Topological information on such events, i.e., the reconstructed 3D density distribution of isotropically emitted scintilla ... More
Presented by Björn WONSAK
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Neutrinoless double decay ($0\nu\beta\beta$) is a powerful observable for probing new physics. Based on the experience of GERDA and MJD experiments, the LEGEND (Large Enriched Germanium Experiment for Neutrinoless $\beta\beta$ Decay) collaboration has been founded with the goal to build a ton scale experiment and boost the $0\nu\beta\beta$ half-life sensitivity in the $^{76}$Ge by two orders of m ... More
Presented by Dr. Yoann KERMAIDIC, Dr. David RADFORD
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 91
One of the future neutrino detectors is the Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) with its primary goal to determine the neutrino mass hierarchy from the oscillations of reactor antineutrinos. For this purpose, an energy resolution of 3% @ 1 MeV is required. Therefore, the transparency of the LS has to be sufficiently high and stable during the whole operation time (attenuation length ... More
Presented by Mr. Wilfried DEPNERING
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Emulsion cloud chamber(ECC) was the key technology for the discovery of tau neutrino at the DONUT experiment and tau neutrino appearance via flavor oscillation at the OPERA experiment. Its micron-scaled event topology resolution and particle identification land ECC to a variety of applications with muonography, as well as the future SHiP experiment. We present a track identification method for ... More
Presented by Mrs. Benda XU
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The KATRIN experiment can perform a comparably low-statistics search for keV-scale sterile neutrinos with the first tritium measurements, improving the current laboratory limits on the squared sterile-to-active mixing angle by about one order of magnitude. For the keV-scale sterile neutrino search a wider energy range of tritium β-decay spectrum has to be measured, as the “postulated” neutrin ... More
Presented by Dr. Martin SLEZÁK, Dr. Alexey LOKHOV
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 89
Since Kamiokande, the basic design of water-Cherenkov detectors has not changed: the walls of a water tank are lined with photodetectors that capture Cherenkov photons produced by relativistic particles. However, with this design the majority of photons are lost in insensitivie regions between photodetectors, while at the same time most photodetectors are outside the ring and remain dark. To fix b ... More
Presented by Mr. Lukas BERNS
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
We are developing a high pressure xenon gas time projection chamber, AXEL, in order to search for neutrino-less double beta decay (0\nu\beta\beta). For the purpose of achieving high energy resolution and tracking ability, we developed an original electroluminescence light collection system named electroluminescence light collection cell (ELCC), and are developing a high-voltage field cage to form ... More
Presented by Masashi YOSHIDA
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The determination of the electron neutrino mass by electron capture (EC) in $^{163}$Ho relies on a precise understanding of the deexcitation of a core hole after an EC event. Our ab initio calculation of the EC spectrum of $^{163}$Ho includes all intra-atomic decay channels and many-body interactions on a basis of relativistic bound-orbitals. Many-body Coulomb interactions result in the formation ... More
Presented by Martin BRAß
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The aim of the KArlsruhe TRItium Neutrino (KATRIN) experiment is the determination of the electron neutrino mass with a sensitivity of 0.2 eV (90\% CL) by measuring an integrated energy spectrum of electrons from tritium $\beta$-decay. The experiment uses a MAC-E filter where electrons that have sufficient kinetic energy pass an electrostatic barrier and arrive at the focal plane detector (FPD) w ... More
Presented by Marco DEFFERT, Dr. Wonqook CHOI
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
SNO+ is a multipurpose neutrino experiment located approximately 2 km underground in SNOLAB, Sudbury, Canada. It started taking physics data in May 2017 and is currently completing its first phase, as a pure water Cherenkov detector. One physics goal of this water phase is to detect reactor antineutrinos for the first time using a pure water target. A key component of this search is the identifica ... More
Presented by Mr. Yan LIU
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The CUORE experiment at Gran Sasso National Laboratory searches for neutrino-less double beta decay (0νββ) using TeO2 crystals operated as cryogenic bolometers. The ton-scale detector is kept at 10 mK by a custom made dilution cryostat, the today’s biggest milli-Kelvin infrastructure in the world. The success of the experiment stands on the capability to mitigate the mechanical vibrations ind ... More
Presented by Dr. Antonio D'ADDABBO
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino (KATRIN) experiment is designed to determine the effective electron anti-neutrino mass in a model-independent way by investigating the energy spectrum of tritium beta-decay electrons near the endpoint with a sensitivity of $m_\nu = 0.2$ eV/c$^2$ (90% C.L.). The detector of the KATRIN experiment is segmented into 148 pixels, each measuring an independent $\bet ... More
Presented by Mr. Karl CHRISTIAN
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The MAJORANA DEMONSTRATOR consists of an array of 44 kg of high-purity Ge detectors (30 kg enriched to 88\% $^{76}$Ge) with a p-type point contact geometry. The DEMONSTRATOR's goals are to search for $0\nu\beta\beta$ decay in $^{76}$Ge and to establish the required background and scalability for a next-generation tonne-scale experiment. With commissioning data and initial physics data, the DEMONS ... More
Presented by Thomas CALDWELL
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Detector GVD (Gigaton Volume Detector) is the next-generation neutrino telescope which is recently constructed in the largest and deepest freshwater lake, lake Baikal. Its construction started in 2015 and since then three independent clusters, 864 Optical Modules (OMs), were already installed and data are collected continuously. The first construction phase of the detector with 8 clusters (2304 O ... More
Presented by Mr. Lukáš FAJT
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
In the long-baseline neutrino experiments, an interesting signature of sterile neutrinos could be the anomalous appearance of tau neutrinos in the near detectors, not expected in case of three-flavour oscillations. The expected sensitivities in the ($\sin^22\theta_{\mu\tau},\Delta m_{41}^2$) parameter space, based on full MINOS+ Monte Carlo simulation and reconstruction, for total statistics o ... More
Presented by Dr. Katarzyna GRZELAK
Type: Poster accelerator Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Deep Learning is making revolutionary advancements in the field of artificial intelligence and computer vision (CV). As we have recently shown, Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs), one type of Deep Learning algorithm, can also be successfully used for data reconstruction and analysis of liquid argon time projection chambers (LArTPCs). These algorithms aim to fully exploit the detailed imaging and ... More
Presented by Ms. Laura DOMINE, Dr. KAZUHIRO TERAO
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The absolute neutrino mass $m_{\nu_{e}}$ determination is still an open question in particle physics. The ECHo experiment will explore the endpoint of the $^{163}Ho$ electron capture spectrum which offers great potential to reach sub-eV sensitivity on $m_{\nu_{e}}$. In order to better identify signatures of massive neutrinos, the control of background near the spectrums endpoint is of utmost impor ... More
Presented by Mr. Alexander ZIEGENBEIN
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
A robust observation of neutrinoless double beta decay is currently the only known method to determine the Majorana nature of the neutrino. The detection of the single barium ion produced as a result of the double beta decay of xenon 136 would enable a new class of ultra-low background neutrinoless double beta decay experiments. However, despite more than 20 years of R&D, a credible method to col ... More
Presented by Austin MCDONALD, Dr. Fernanda PSIHAS
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
We calculate the Inverse Beta Decay antineutrino spectrum generated by nuclear reactors using the summation method to understand deviations from the smooth Huber-Mueller model due to the decay of individual fission products, showing that plotting the ratio of two adjacent spectra points can effectively reveal these deviations. We obtained that for binning energies of 0.1 MeV or lower, spectra ... More
Presented by Dr. Alejandro SONZOGNI
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
SuperNEMO is the successor of the NEMO-3 experiment and will search for the hypothetical process of 0νββ by combining tracking and calorimetric measurements. The SuperNEMO calorimeter consists of 712 optical modules made of scintillator blocks directly coupled to photomultiplier tubes. Radioactive $^{207}$Bi sources will be used to calibrate the energy scale of the calorimeter in dedicated ... More
Presented by Mr. Ramon SALAZAR
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
SoLid is a short baseline neutrino oscillation experiment, which is searching for sterile neutrinos at the SCK$\cdot$CEN BR2 reactor in Belgium. It uses a novel technology, combining PVT cubes of 5$\times$5$\times$5 cm$^3$ and $^6$LiF:ZnS sheets of $\sim$ 250 $\mu$m thickness. To detect anti-neutrino interactions, signals are read out by a network of wavelength shifting fibers and MPPCs. This f ... More
Presented by Luis MANZANILLAS
Type: Poster simulations Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
Neutrinos produced by cosmic ray interactions in the Earth's atmosphere have proven to be an invaluable tool for particle physics research. While the general features of the flux are well characterized, the absolute precision of calculations is still insufficient for the ambitious atmospheric neutrino research program being currently pursued. A main source of uncertainty is the modeling of hadroni ... More
Presented by Dr. Juan Pablo YANEZ GARZA
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
SNO+ is a neutrino physics experiment located in Sudbury, Canada, that will search for the neutrinoless double beta decay process. This and other physics goals require a detailed knowledge of the detector energy resolution and systematics, which is achieved by a comprehensive calibration program. It includes the Optical Calibration, that uses a light diffusing sphere called “laserball” to char ... More
Presented by Ms. Ana INACIO
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The KATRIN (Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino) experiment aims to measure the mass of the electron anti-neutrino with a sensitivity of 200 meV/$c^2$ by measuring the spectrum of the beta electrons close to the kinematic endpoint region. For monitoring the isotopic composition in the gaseous tritium source a custom-made Laser-Raman-System (LARA) has been developed at the Tritium Laboratory Karlsruhe. ... More
Presented by Mr. Simon NIEMES, Mr. Genrich ZELLER
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The nEXO experiment will operate an ultra-low background TPC filled with 5 tons of isotopically enriched LXe for the search for the neutrinoless double beta decay of Xe-136. The detector will use $4\,\text{m}^2$ of silicon photomultipliers (SiPM) operated at approx. $-104\,^{\circ}\text{C}$ to collect scintillation light. There are strong requirements on the background levels, light collection eff ... More
Presented by Mr. Michael WAGENPFEIL
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The NEXT (Neutrino Experiment with a Xenon TPC) experiment will search for neutrinoless double-beta ($0\nu\beta\beta$) decay in $^{136}$Xe with a high pressure xenon gas time projection chamber (TPC). Two principle advantages of the NEXT approach are good energy resolution and topology-based event classification. We describe initial results from the first phase of the experiment, the detector NE ... More
Presented by J. RENNER
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The NEXT experiment aims to identify a neutrinoless double-beta decay (0vbb) signal in 136Xenon employing a high pressure gaseous xenon (HPGXe) EL TPC. The detector techniques employed take advantage of a sub-percent energy resolution at Qbb combined with a topological reconstruction of events at this energy. The detector NEXT-White (NEW) operating at the Canfranc Underground Laboratory allowed u ... More
Presented by Mr. Ryan FELKAI
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
High resolution particle imaging detectors such as Time Projection Chambers (TPCs) are recently employed in many experiments to study the fine details of particle interactions. While much progress is made in the hardware R&D to construct a large scale TPCs, there remains much challenge to efficiently analyze highly detailed particle images and extract physics out. We formed a cross-experimental co ... More
Presented by Dr. KAZUHIRO TERAO
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The KATRIN (Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino) experiment aims to measure the mass of the electron anti-neutrino $\overline{\nu}_\mathrm{e}$ with a sensitivity of 200 meV/c² by measuring the spectrum of the beta electrons close to the kinematic endpoint region. The beta-electrons are generated in a windowless gaseous tritium source (WGTS) consisting of T$_2$ molecules inside an enclosing beam-tube of 10 ... More
Presented by Mr. Bennet KRASCH, Mr. Alexander MARSTELLER
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Spectral broadening caused by molecular degrees of freedom, about 1 eV FWHM, limits the sensitivity of neutrino mass experiments using the T$_2$ molecule. The high-resolution Cyclotron Radiation Emission Spectroscopy (CRES) method developed in Project 8 makes an atomic T experiment attractive. The basic ingredients of a conceptual design are presented: a dissociator to make T from T$_2$, an acco ... More
Presented by Alec LINDMAN
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
To understand the implications of the Double Chooz data on both oscillation parameters $\sin^{2}(2\theta_{13})$ and $\Delta m^2_{31}$, we analyze the data corresponding to the Far detector, with no additional restriction. By doing this, confidence regions and best fit values are obtained for ($\sin^{2}(2\theta_{13}),\Delta m^2_{31}$). This analysis yields an out-of order $\Delta m^2_{31}$ minim ... More
Presented by Mr. Vargas Perez BENITO
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Using the ANTARES neutrino telescope data set, from 2007 to 2016, a measurement of the atmospheric neutrino oscillation parameters is presented. Constraints on the 3+1 model, which foresees the existence of one sterile neutrino, are derived as well. Up-going atmospheric neutrinos which traverse the Earth are affected by the phenomenon of neutrino oscillations, which suppresses the observed flux of ... More
Presented by Mrs. Ilenia SALVADORI
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Neutrino decay provides for a very interesting case for the "beyond PMNS'' neutrino physics. It has been shown that this phenomenon can also explain some of the anomalies seen in neutrino experiments. We study the constraints that $\bar{\nu}_e$ disappearance experiments like JUNO and KamLAND can put on neutrino decay scenarios. In particular, we consider a model where a heavier neutrino can decay ... More
Presented by Dr. Suprabh PRAKASH
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
Spallation neutron from cosmic-ray muon is an important background for underground experiments, such as neutrino oscillation study, dark matter search, and neutrinoless double beta decay search. The neutron yield measurement results at Daya Bay were (10.26$\pm$ 0.86)$\times 10^{-5}$, (10.22$\pm$0.87)$\times10^{-5}$, and (17.03$\pm$1.22)$\times 10^{-5}\mu^{-1}g^{-1}cm^{2}$ at different depths 250 ... More
Presented by Mr. Haoqi LU
Type: Poster simulations Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
In the framework of a planned upgrade of the IceCube Neutrino Observatory and a next-generation neutrino telescope at the South Pole, new optical modules are being developed which are expected to significantly increase the detector sensitivity. As the deep ice at the South Pole has no intrinsic optical activity, light produced by the modules themselves represents the dominant background. Two major ... More
Presented by Martin Antonio UNLAND ELORRIETA
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
SNO+ is a multipurpose liquid scintillator neutrino detector, with the main goal of searching for $0\nu\beta\beta$ decay in Te-130, as well as studying solar $\nu$s, geo- and reactor- $\bar{\nu}$s, and supernovae $\nu$s. Located in SNOLAB, it reuses the SNO experiment’s hardware: PMTs, electronics, and acrylic vessel. SNO+ is currently running in water phase to study backgrounds and perform a se ... More
Presented by Dr. Erica CADEN
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 92
Combining high precision calorimetry with scalability to the multi-kiloton level, the Liquid Argon Time Projection Chamber (LAr TPC) has proven to be an attractive technology for long baseline neutrino oscillation experiments. An extensive R&D program for LAr TPCs at the ten-kiloton level is currently underway in the context of the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE). The DUNE far detector ... More
Presented by Mr. Christoph ALT
Type: Poster cosmology Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The upper limit on the sum of neutrino masses is provided by cosmology. Massive neutrinos modify the expansion rate of the Universe and the growth of matter perturbations in ways that can be measured using galaxy redshift surveys. However, as we demonstrated in our recent paper, the constraints extracted are heavily dependent on the cosmological model assumed. Most such constraints are presented i ... More
Presented by Ms. Aoife BOYLE
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Liquid scintillator-based detectors are one of the leading detector technologies in the search for neutrinoless double beta decay. They are currently limited by naturally occurring and spallation induced backgrounds. In the future they will be limited by the neutrino-electron scattering of boron-8 solar neutrinos. With the advancements in machine learning technology, we attempt to classify two ele ... More
Presented by Suzannah FRAKER
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The liquid argon time projection chamber (LArTPC) is poised to play a leading role in neutrino physics experiments, particularly with the launch of the Short Baseline Neutrino Program at Fermilab, and the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) in South Dakota. The LArTPC hardware has recently seen great advances over the past years, though to reach the goal of precision cross section and osc ... More
Presented by Dr. Corey Adams ADAMS
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The $\mbox{EXO-200}$ experiment searches for the neutrinoless double beta ($0\nu\beta\beta$) decay in $^{136}$Xe with an ultra-low background single-phase time projection chamber$~$(TPC) filled with 175$\,$kg isotopically enriched liquid xenon$~$(LXe). The detector has demonstrated good energy resolution and background rejection capabilities by simultaneously collecting scintillation light and ion ... More
Presented by Mr. Tobias ZIEGLER
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
PROSPECT is a reactor antineutrino experiment uniquely designed to search for eV-scale sterile neutrinos and to precisely measure the U-235 antineutrino spectrum from the highly-enriched High Flux Isotope Reactor (HFIR). The $\sim$4 ton segmented detector is positioned 7-9 m from the reactor core with minimal overburden and uses ${^6}$Li-loaded liquid scintillator to identify and localize inverse ... More
Presented by Danielle NORCINI
Type: Poster etc. Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The TRIMS experiment measures the molecular tritium β decay branching ratio to the bound state $^3$HeT$^+$. The setup consists of a decay volume filled with T$_2$ gas and one Canberra PIPS detector at each end. The most probable recoil ions for T$_2$ β decay are $^3$HeT$^+$, $^3$He$^+$ and T$^+$. The ions and electrons are accelerated by an electric field, reach the silicon detectors and interac ... More
Presented by Ana Paula VIZCAYA HERNÁNDEZ, Woo-Jeong BAEK
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 161
The RENO experiment has been taking electron antineutrino data from the reactors at Hanbit nuclear power plant in Korea, using two identical detectors since 2011. It has measured the neutrino mixing angle theta13 using inverse beta decay events with a neutron captured on Gadolinium(Gd). A neutron is also captured by Hydrogen. Reactor antineutrinos are detected with a delayed signal of neutron capt ... More
Presented by Mr. ChangDong SHIN
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The LEGEND experiment is a future large-scale experiment that will search for neutrinoless double beta decay ($0\nu\beta\beta$) in the isotope $^{76}$Ge using high purity germanium detectors. Its observation would establish lepton number violation, provide information on the neutrino mass and open a window to understand matter dominance in our universe. The signal readout is one of the most im ... More
Presented by Mr. Frank EDZARDS
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Sterile neutrinos are a minimal extension of the Standard Model of Particle Physics. If their mass is in the kilo-electron-volt regime, they are viable dark matter candidates. One way to search for sterile neutrinos in a laboratory-based experiment is via tritium beta decay, where the new neutrino mass eigenstate would manifest itself as a kink-like distortion of the spectrum. The objective of the ... More
Presented by Mr. Tim BRUNST
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 90
We discuss a novel paradigm in the optical readout of scintillation detectors. Usually, such detectors are homogeneous and the scintillation light is collected by external photodetectors. It is usually assumed that imaging in such a photon-starved and large-emittance regime is not possible. We show that the appropriate optics, matched with segmented photodetector and dedicated reconstruction, can ... More
Presented by Mr. Jacopo DALMASSON
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
GERDA searches for the neutrinoless double beta ($0\nu\beta\beta$) decay of $^{76}$Ge. The observation of such a decay would prove the Majorana character of the neutrino and indicate the effective Majorana neutrino mass. The half life of the neutrino accompanied double beta ($2\nu\beta\beta$) decay of $^{76}$Ge into the ground state of $^{76}$Se was measured by GERDA with unprecedented precis ... More
Presented by Birgit SCHNEIDER
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
E61 is a proposed water Cherenkov near detector in the J-PARC neutrino beam. We will describe the design of the E61 detector; in particular, we will focus on the photosensors and electronics for E61. Key challenges for the design include maintaining good reconstruction performance for a relatively small inner volume and handling large rate of pile-up events from the high-intensity J-PARC neutrino ... More
Presented by Dr. Thomas LINDNER
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO), a 20 kton multi-purpose underground liquid scintillator detector in Jiangmen city, Guangdong Province, China, aims to determine the neutrino mass hierarchy by detecting antineutrinos from nuclear power plants. The JUNO detector consists of a central detector (CD), a water Cherenkov detector and a muon tracker. The Earth magnetic field (E ... More
Presented by Dr. Narumon SUWONJANDEE, Dr. Burin ASAVAPIBHOP
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The KArlsruhe TRItium Neutrino experiment (KATRIN) is a next generation tritium beta-decay experiment, which aims to determine the neutrino mass with an estimated sensitivity of $0.2$ eV/c$^2$ (90% C.L.). One of the main sources of systematics in KATRIN is the scattering of beta-electrons on the source gas and its impact on the shape of the measured spectrum. To improve the understanding of the ... More
Presented by Dr. Philipp Chung-On RANITZSCH, Rudolf SACK
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
GERDA has been designed to search for neutrinoless double beta decay of Ge76. Ge76 decays with the emission of two electrons and two antineutrinos, with a Q-value of 2039 keV. If neutrinos are Majorana particles, the two emitted antineutrinos can annihilate, with the signature of the decay being a sharp peak at the Q-value, whose width is determined by the detectors energy resolution. The sensitiv ... More
Presented by Ms. Rizalina MINGAZHEVA
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The Reactor Antineutrino Anomaly (RAA) has challenged our understanding of antineutrino fluxes near fission reactors. Adding an extra oscillation channel with $\Delta m^2 \simeq 1 $eV involving a new “sterile” neutrino flavor would resolve the RAA. This hypothesis can be tested by looking at disappearance oscillation patterns at very short baseline from reactor cores. The STEREO experiment ... More
Presented by Mr. Adrien BLANCHET
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The SuperNEMO experiment aims to reach the sensitivity on the neutrinoless double beta decay half-life to 10^26 years, i.e a Majorana neutrino mass of 50-100 meV. The detector is a modular tracker-calorimeter based experiment. The calorimeter is composed of 712 Optical Modules, an assembly of large volume plastic scintillators (10L) mainly coupled with 8 inch photomultipliers (Hamamatsu R5912-MOD ... More
Presented by Mrs. Christine MARQUET, Mr. Emmanuel CHAUVEAU
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 35
My presentation will be on the nuclear matrix element (NME) of the neutrinoless double-β decay for determining the effective neutrino mass. The quasiparticle random-phase approximation (QRPA) is used in my study for calculating the nuclear wave functions. In my poster, the calculated NMEs will be presented for $^{150}$Nd and $^{48}$Ca, and the improvements and examinations that I have exploited i ... More
Presented by Dr. Jun TERASAKI
Type: Poster etc. Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The plane-wave model of neutrino oscillation based on treatment of neutrinos as states with definite momentum relies on controversial assumptions. A self-consistent description of neutrino oscillation treats propagating neutrinos as a coherent superposition of plane-wave states — wave packet (WP). In a model with WP, neutrino oscillations depend on an additional parameter — momentum dispersion ... More
Presented by Mr. Konstantin TRESKOV
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
CUPID-0 is the first large mass experiment based on cryogenic calorimeters (bolometers) which implements the dual read-out of light and heat for background rejection. The detector, consisting of 24 enriched Zn $^{82}$Se crystals (5.28 kg of $^{82}$Se), is taking data in the underground LNGS (Italy) from March 2017. In this poster we will present the analysis that allowed to set the most stringe ... More
Presented by Stefano POZZI
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Observations of neutrino oscillations from the majority of neutrino oscillation experiments are consistent with a three-flavor framework. However, the excess of events seen by LSND and MiniBooNE are incompatible with this model and can be explained by an additional, sterile, neutrino. These intriguing results are not conclusive and are in tension with findings from other short-baseline and long- ... More
Presented by Dr. Michael WALLBANK
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Future giant LAr TPCs at the ten-kiloton scale are now in the design and prototyping phase in the context of the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE). This technology is not only attractive as it is cost-effective and scalable to the multi-kiloton level, but also because LAr TPCs are excellent calorimeters with the ability to 3D reconstruct tracks of ionising particles. Two different tech ... More
Presented by Dr. laura ZAMBELLI
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The observation of neutrino-less double beta decay (0nbb) would be the most practical way to prove the Majorana nature of the neutrino and lepton number violation. CANDLES studies 48Ca double beta decay using CaF2 scintillator. The main advantage of 48Ca is the highest Q-value (4.3 MeV) among all the isotope candidates. The CANDLES III detector is currently operating with 300kg CaF2 in the Kamio ... More
Presented by Dr. Takashi IIDA
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The KATRIN experiment will perform a measurement of the effective electron antineutrino mass with an unprecedented sensitivity of 0.2 eV/c$^2$ (90 % C.L.). An essential calibration and systematic tool in all tritium $\beta$-decay measurements is the metastable isotope $^{83\mathrm{m}}$Kr. With its unique decay characteristics it provides monoenergetic conversion electrons of suitable energies and ... More
Presented by Dr. Martin SLEZÁK
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The KATRIN experiment measures the electron antineutrino mass with a sensitivity of 0.2$\,\mathrm{eV}/c^2$. This goal sets strong requirements on the systematic uncertainties of the measurement. One main systematic uncertainty is related to the stability of operational parameters of the Windowless Gaseous Tritium Source (WGTS). These have to be monitored and controlled on the per mille level. To a ... More
Presented by Mr. Hendrik SEITZ-MOSKALIUK
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The study of beta decay has continually been at the forefront in the search for new physics, not in the least in the reactor antineutrino anomaly. These results depend critically on the knowledge of individual electron beta spectrum shapes. In previous analyses, all spectra were treated using simple allowed shapes even though those of forbidden decays can change drastically. We have, for the first ... More
Presented by Mr. Leendert HAYEN
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The KATRIN experiment will measure the neutrino mass with a sensitivity of $0.2~eV$ ($90~\%$ CL). This will be achieved by observing the $\beta$-electron spectrum of tritium decay. The tritium source properties, in particular the activity, need to be stable and known to a high precision to accurately measure the neutrino mass. The source will undergo extensive measurements from several monitoring ... More
Presented by Dr. Stephanie HICKFORD
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
Two mysteries in cosmology and astroparticle physics are whether lepton number is conserved and whether the neutrino is its own anti-particle. The most practical technique to answer these questions is to search for neutrinoless double beta decays. A highly promising way to search for this extremely rare decay is to use high-purity germanium detectors enriched in the isotope $^{76}$Ge. The LEGEN ... More
Presented by Mr. Michael WILLERS
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
A study has been on progress to find changes in the reactor antineutrino flux with respect to the reactor fuel evolution through grouping RENO data by effective fission fraction of Pu-239. Observed fuel dependent variation of reactor antineutrino flux has been used to determine IBD yield from each fission isotope. The measurement of IBD yield from each fission isotope test reactor antineutrino mod ... More
Presented by Dr. Hyunkwan SEO
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
CUPID (CUORE Upgrade with Particle IDentification) will be a tonne-scale bolometric experiment searching for the neutrinoless double beta decay. CUPID aims to improve CUORE sensitivity to this nuclear transition by isotope enrichment and substantial background reduction. The CUORE limiting background is due to degraded-energy $\alpha$ particles emitted at surfaces close to the detector, that a pur ... More
Presented by Ms. Valentina NOVATI
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
In Neutrino-4 experiment on SM-3 research reactor we are looking for confirmation of a hypothesis about oscillation into sterile neutrino state. To attain needed accuracy project of new neutrino laboratory with two detectors at SM-3 reactor was developed. This poster present scheme of new laboratory, new detector design and implementation phases of equipment for him. Also results of Monte-Carl ... More
Presented by Prof. Anatolii SEREBROV
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) is a 20kt liquid scintillator detector that will be located at Kaiping, Jiangmen city in South China. An energy resolution of 3% at 1 MeV is required to determine the neutrino mass hierarchy (MH) by spectral analysis. In this largest liquid scintillator detector, a good understanding of the position-dependence of the energy response is essential ... More
Presented by Dr. Yaping CHENG
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
WATCHMAN - a kiloton-scale, gadolinium-doped water Cherenkov detector - will demonstrate for the first time the feasibility of detecting the antineutrino signal from a hidden reactor against another reactor background, for application to nuclear non-proliferation. Such a detector will out of necessity operate at long range, often at the very limit of its sensitivity, and so minimising backgroun ... More
Presented by Ms. Elisabeth KNEALE
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino (KATRIN) experiment aims to measure the effective electron-antineutrino mass with a sensitivity of 0.2 eV/c^2 (90% C.L.). This is achieved by measuring the tritium beta spectrum in the endpoint region using an integrating spectrometer. For this, the voltage needed to create the integrating spectrometer’s electrostatic energy barrier must be precisely set and known. ... More
Presented by Larisa THORNE, Caroline RODENBECK, Thomas THUEMMLER
Type: Poster simulations Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The MicroBooNE experiment is a large Liquid Argon TPC located on the Booster Neutrino Beam at Fermi National Laboratory. The primary goal is to investigate the source of the excess of low energy electron neutrino events observed by the MiniBooNE experiment. The main background to the oscillation signal arises from intrinsic electron neutrinos coming from decay of pions and muons in the beam rather ... More
Presented by Mr. Jarrett MOON
Type: Poster cosmology Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 30
The determination of the unknown neutrino fermionic nature is one of the open problems in particle physics. Cosmology has predicted the existence of a Cosmic Neutrino Background in which the fermionic properties would be important. Indeed, recent works have shown that the relic neutrino capture rate would have different values for Majorana and Dirac fermions. We consider the sturdiness of such aff ... More
Presented by Dr. Yuber Ferney PEREZ GONZALEZ
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
PROSPECT is a reactor antineutrino experiment whose primary goals are to probe short-baseline oscillations and perform a precise measurement of the U-235 reactor antineutrino spectrum. The PROSPECT Antineutrino Detector (AD) has been installed at the High Flux Isotope Reactor (HFIR) at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, with the detector active volume covering a baseline range of 7-9m. To operate ... More
Presented by Nathaniel BOWDEN
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
SNO+ is a neutrinoless double-beta decay ($0\nu\beta\beta$) search experiment using 780 tonnes of tellurium-loaded liquid scintillator. The experiment is currently collecting data in the first of three planned phases, in which the detector is filled with ultrapure water. During this phase, the cleanliness of the water can be assayed using in situ measurements of $^{214}$Bi and $^{208}$Tl (daughter ... More
Presented by Mr. Ian LAM
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) is a 20 kton liquid scintillator detector of unprecedented 3%/sqrt(E) energy resolution, currently under construction in the south of China. JUNO is a multipurpose neutrino experiment designed to determine neutrino mass hierarchy and precisely measure oscillation parameters by detecting neutrinos from reactors. The Monte Carlo simulation plays a ... More
Presented by Dr. Guofu CAO
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
Double Chooz is a reactor neutrino experiment located at Chooz, in France. Its main purpose is to measure the neutrino-mixing angle theta-13. Two liquid scintillator detectors have been taking data since 2011 and the Near detector since 2014. Reactor electron anti-neutrinos are detected through the inverse beta-decay reaction (IBD), which produces a positron and a neutron. A statistical analysi ... More
Presented by Dr. thierry LASSERRE
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The KArlsruhe TRItium Neutrino experiment (KATRIN) is aiming to probe the absolute neutrino mass with a sensitivity of 0.2 $\mathrm{eV/c^2}$ (90 $\%$ C.L.). It uses a pair of electrostatic spectrometers of MAC-E filter type to analyze energies of electrons from tritium-$\beta$-decay. In the region between the spectrometers, a Penning trap is created by their retarding potentials combined with the ... More
Presented by Ms. Mariia FEDKEVYCH
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
An ionization readout “tile” was investigated for use in the proposed nEXO experiment. The design is to deposit orthogonal metal charge-collection strips on a fused-silica wafer. The width of each strip is small compared to the size of the tile, so a Frisch grid is not required. This grid-less, modular design is beneficial for nEXO, where a wire tensioning support structure and Frisch grid mig ... More
Presented by Prof. Liangjian WEN
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 127
The Isotope Decay-At-Rest (IsoDAR) experiment is designed to provide a unique search for short baseline electron flavor anti-neutrino oscillations.  In essence, it is a novel high-intensity cyclotron based neutrino factory that will be able to precisely measure neutrino oscillations over an L/E of approximately 0.6-7.0 m/MeV.  When paired with a kiloton scale detector, IsoDAR can decisiv ... More
Presented by Mr. Spencer AXANI
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino (KATRIN) Experiment is designed to determine the effective electron anti-neutrino mass in a model-independent way with a sensitivity of m$_{\nu}$ = 0.2 eV/c$^{2}$. For reaching this sensitivity a very low background level is required. One approach to characterize the residual background in KATRIN is by determining its energy spectrum. This information enables to veri ... More
Presented by Ms. Anna POLLITHY
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The LEGEND Collaboration aims to explore the range of majorana neutrino masses allowed by the inverted mass hierarchy by building upon the successes of the GERDA experiment and the Majorana Demonstrator in the deployment of a 1000-kg array of germanium detectors enriched in $^{76}$Ge. The first phase of the LEGEND experimental program, LEGEND-200, will make use of existing detectors, materials, a ... More
Presented by Matthew GREEN
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The ECHo experiment aims to determine the electron neutrino mass via the analysis of the calorimetrically measured electron capture spectrum of $^{163}$Ho. The detector technology is based on large arrays of metallic magnetic calorimeters (MMC). Implantation of $^{163}$Ho has been selected as method to enclose the source in the detectors. We present the design of the ECHo-1k chip which has been de ... More
Presented by Dr. Loredana GASTALDO, Ms. Federica MANTEGAZZINI
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The NEMO-3 detector was operated in the Modane Underground Laboratory (LSM) to search for the neutrinoless double beta decay (0νββ). The observation of this process would prove that the neutrino is a Majorana particle, i.e. identical to its antiparticle. This could explain the observed asymetry between matter and antimatter by letogenesis, as well as the smallness of neutrino masses. In additi ... More
Presented by Dr. Laurent SIMARD
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The poster presents the latest results of the reactor antineutrino flux and spectrum at Daya Bay. The antineutrinos were generated by six nuclear reactors with 2.9 GW thermal power each and detected by eight antineutrino detectors deployed in two near and one far underground experimental halls. The Inverse beta decay reaction yield was measured and compared with the reactor flux predictions. A dev ... More
Presented by Dr. Liang ZHAN
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 129
The standard three-neutrino mixing framework works very well with most of the neutrino oscillation experiments except for several ``anomalies'', which may be caused by light sterile neutirnos at eV or sub-eV energy scale. With millions of electron antineutrino candidates accumulated by multiple antineutrino detectors at hundred meters away from the reactors, Daya Bay has the best sensitivity for ... More
Presented by Prof. Jiajie LING
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
PROSPECT (Precision Reactor Oscillation and Spectrum) is a short-baseline reactor antineutrino experiment currently operating at the High-Flux Isotope Reactor (HFIR) at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). PROSPECT is designed to make a high-statistics high-resolution measurement of both the antineutrino energy spectrum and flux from HFIR's compact U-235 core. PROSPECT is situated approximately ... More
Presented by Hans MUMM
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
\chapter{Abstract} The Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) is a multi-purpose underground neutrino experiment. The energy resolution of JUNO is designed to be 3% at 1 MeV, corresponding to a light output of at least 1,200 photoelectrons per MeV. Contamination in LS is also required. In order to study the optical performance and radioactivity removal for LS, a purification system has ... More
Presented by Prof. Li ZHOU
Type: Poster cosmology Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Neutrino oscillations have shown that these weakly interacting particles have a non-zero mass. Despite the smallness of their mass, relic neutrinos coming from the time of their decoupling cluster under strong gravitational potentials, such as the one of our galaxy, leading to an overdensity of such neutrinos in our surroundings. This can be helpful for future experiments like PTOLEMY, whose goals ... More
Presented by Mr. Pablo FERNÁNDEZ DE SALAS
Type: Poster model building Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Knowing how the mass generation of neutrinos is realized would help us to understand a lot more about the Lepton Number Violation (LNV), the cosmological evolution of the Universe, or the evolution of astronomical objects. We propose a viable extension of the Standard Model where neutrino mass is generated via the LNV condensation in the sector of sterile neutrinos. To prove the concept, for now, ... More
Presented by Dr. Adam SMETANA
Type: Poster etc. Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
S.V. Bakhlanov, A.V. Derbin, I.S. Drachnev, V.N. Muratova, N.V. Pilipenko, D.A. Semenov, E.V. Unzhakov St. Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute National Research Center “Kurchatov Institute”, Gatchina, Russia The specifications of a newly developed beta-spectrometer, based on full absorption Si(Li) detector and thin transmission detector, are shown. The spectrometer allows to separate ef ... More
Presented by Prof. Alexander DERBIN
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
0$\nu\beta\beta$ is a nuclear process under investigation by numerous experiments, which if detected would demonstrate that neutrinos are Majorana particles. 0$\nu\beta\beta$ samples a wide range of intermediate forbidden nuclear transitions, which are governed by the quenched axial vector coupling constant ($g_A^{eff}$), the uncertainty of which plays a pivotal role in the uncertainty of the nucl ... More
Presented by Mr. Alexander LEDER
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The Daya Bay experiment has utilized eight functionally identical underground detectors to sample reactor antineutrino fluxes from three pairs of nuclear reactors in South China, accruing the largest reactor antineutrino sample to date. Four antineutrino detectors in two experimental halls were used to identify 2.2 million inverse beta decays (IBDs) over 1230 days spanning multiple fuel cycles ... More
Presented by Dr. David MARTINEZ CAICEDO
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
STEREO addresses the light sterile neutrino hypothesis by placing a segmented liquid scintillator target at 10m from the ILL reactor core, in Grenoble. Data collected since late 2016 already constrain the parameter domain favored by the Reactor Antineutrino Anomaly. One main challenge arises from the ground level location of the detector, making the measurement particularly sensitive to cosmic-ray ... More
Presented by Aurélie BONHOMME
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
RENO has been taking data since August, 2011 and successfully measured the smallest neutrino mixing angle, theta13. The measurement values are obtained from the observed reactor antineutrino events with neutron captures on gadolinium (n-Gd) in the target detector region. In addition, RENO has successfully measured the mixing angle as well, using an independent sample with neutron captures on hydr ... More
Presented by Mr. ChangDong SHIN
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 119
Many neutrino experiments use organic liquid scintillators as detector technology. Some of the advantages as compared to alternative options are a low energy threshold, versatile and the rather precise spectral/timing information. The loading of metals in the organic liquid allows in several cases to enhance the neutrino signal over background events. Such metal loaded scintillators are of interes ... More
Presented by Mr. Stefan SCHOPPMANN
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The KATRIN experiment aims at measuring the effective electron antineutrino mass with a 0.2\,eV (90\%\,C.L.) sensitivity using the kinematics of tritium \textbeta-decay near the spectral endpoint. Previous experiments in Mainz and Troitsk based on this technique, which yielded an upper limit of 2\,eV (95\%\,C.L.), did not employ specific blinding methods. For KATRIN, we investigate several paths t ... More
Presented by Valérian SIBILLE, Florian HEIZMANN
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Know-how of 100Mo-enriched Li2MoO4 scintillating bolometers has been recently developed by the LUMINEU Collaboration as a part of the R&D activities towards a tonne-scale 0ν2β experiment CUPID. The reproducibility of high performance (~5-6 keV FWHM at 2615 keV, α background rejection on the level of about 9σ) and radiopurity (below 10 μBq/kg U/Th activity) has been demonstrated in multiple te ... More
Presented by Dr. Denys PODA
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The existence of an additional, fourth neutrino mass eigenstate is being studied under different points of view. When considering the ratio of the spectra measured at different distances by DANSS and NEOS in a model independent, a 3.7$\sigma$ indication in favor of short-baseline electron antineutrino oscillations arises. We discuss the implications of the model-independent NEOS+DANSS analysis ... More
Presented by Dr. Stefano GARIAZZO
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The KATRIN experiment will measure $m(\nu_\mathrm{e})$ with 0.2 eV sensitivity (90% C.L.) by taking an integrated energy spectrum of tritium $\beta$-decay. The response function which describes the electron transmission through the beamline is an essential part of the fit model used for analysis. It gives rise to several sources of systematic uncertainties which need to be carefully controlled, ... More
Presented by Dr. Jan BEHRENS, Mr. Lutz SCHIMPF
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The NEXT experiment aims at the sensitive search of the neutrino-less double beta decay of $^{136}$Xe at the LSC. A large-scale prototype of a high-pressure gas-Xenon electroluminescent TPC (NEW) is being operated since 2016, proving both the excellent energy resolution and the topological capabilities for background rejection. NEW is currently measuring the backgrounds for the $\beta\beta$ searc ... More
Presented by Mr. Pau NOVELLA
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
It is essential for the T2K experiment to measure low momentum protons and understand multi-nucleon interactions in the sub-multi GeV region in order to reduce systematic uncertainty. The NINJA experiment aims to measure neutrino-nucleus interactions on a water target precisely using nuclear emulsion. Since nuclear emulsion has sub-micron position resolution, it allows us to observe the interactio ... More
Presented by Ms. Ayami HIRAMOTO
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The Germanium Detector Array (GERDA) is currently the most sensitive experiment in search of the Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay (0νββ) of Ge-76, a process that violates lepton number conservation. GERDA operates an array of bare high-purity germanium detectors enriched in Ge-76 in a cryostat with 64 m<sup>3</sup> of liquid argon at LNGS, Italy, at 3500 m w.e. The experiment is taking data si ... More
Presented by Janina HAKENMÜLLER
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The XENON1T experiment is leading the sensitivity to spin-independent, elastic WIMP-nucleon scatters, excluding cross-sections down to 7.7·10$^{−47}$ cm$^2$ at a mass of 35 GeV/c$^2$ (90% CL) with the first science run of 34 days. A second science run with 247 live days is currently under analysis. The XENON1T data is also scrutinised for other rare-event searches, including the neutrinoless do ... More
Presented by Chiara CAPELLI
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The ICARUS T600, a liquid argon time projection chamber (LAr-TPC), underwent a major overhauling at CERN, in 2016-2017, which included also a new design of the read-out electronics, in view of its operation in Fermilab on the Short Baseline Neutrino (SBN) program from 2019. The new more compact electronics showed capability of handling more efficiently also the signals in the intermediate Inductio ... More
Presented by Dr. Christian FARNESE
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The Double Chooz experiment has developed a new Inverse Beta Decay (IBD) detection method called Total neutron Capture (TnC) exploiting neutron captures over all isotopes in the liquid scintillator volume (H, C and Gd). TnC provides remarkable advantages over any isotope-dependant detection, such Gd or H, such as the increases the detection efficiency per volume, yielding higher statistics (>2.5x) ... More
Presented by Aldiyar ORALBAEV
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
As neutrinoless double-β decay searches seek to reach into and beyond the inverted hierarchy regime, new strategies are needed to reject backgrounds. In monolithic liquid-scintillator-based detectors, otherwise-irreducible backgrounds could be identified by their event topology and novel deep-learning-based algorithms. NuDot is a 1-ton prototype that aims to demonstrate Cherenkov signal reconstru ... More
Presented by Dr. Julieta GRUSZKO
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
NuLat is a new detector designed to study reactor anti-neutrinos at short baselines. NuLat is based on the Raghavan Optical Lattice (ROL), which uses segmented 6Li doped plastic cubical cells, separated by air gaps to take advantage of total internal reflection. The first phase of NuLat contains 125 cubes (5x5x5), each 6.3 cm (2.5") on a side, while the full detector will contain 3375, for a 15x1 ... More
Presented by Mr. Ryan DORRILL
Type: Poster simulations Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
NuWro is a neutrino Monte Carlo generator developed at the Wrocław University and used in many studies related with oscillation and cross section experiments. The main focus is on the 1 GeV energy region but a wide spectrum of neutrino energies is covered, from ~100 MeV to TeV energies. NuWro is well known for being very effective and friendly used, but it has all the functionalities needed for a ... More
Presented by Dr. Jan SOBCZYK
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
SoLid searches for sterile neutrinos at the SCK•CEN BR2 reactor in Mol, Belgium. Inverse beta decay interactions of reactor anti-neutrinos result in a positron and neutron that are coincidental and correlated in space. To take advantage of these correlations, the detector uses a highly segmented design of 12,800 cells, each composed of two scintillators: PVT cubes 5cm cubes and 6LiF:ZnS(Ag) phos ... More
Presented by Dr. Daniel SAUNDERS
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The CUORE Experiment is a ton scale bolometer detector located at the Gran Sasso National Laboratories in Italy. The goal of the experiment is to investigate the 0nuBB decay of 130Te. CUORE started pre-operation runs in early 2017 for detectors optimization, which were followed by the first physics runs from Spring 2017 to Fall 2017. Afterwards a second optimization campaign was performed in late ... More
Presented by Irene NUTINI
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
STEREO is a coarsely segmented liquid scintillator calorimeter studying anti-neutrinos produced by the compact nuclear reactor core of the Institut Laue-Langevin at Grenoble (France). The experiment has been designed to test the light sterile neutrino explanation of the Reactor Antineutrino Anomaly (RAA) by comparing the neutrino energy spectra recorded by its six detector cells. The cells are loc ... More
Presented by Pablo DEL AMO SÁNCHEZ
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The newly formed LEGEND collaboration plans to deploy up to 200 kg of enriched germanium detectors in its first phase in the GERDA infrastructure at LNGS, Italy. The science goal is to search for the neutrinoless double beta (0nbb) decay of $^{76}$Ge. In the current GERDA and Majorana Demonstrator experiments, enriched HPGe detectors with excellent pulse shape discrimination (PSD) properties are b ... More
Presented by Mr. Tommaso COMELLATO
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The Cryogenic Underground Observatory for Rare Events (CUORE) is the largest bolometric experiment searching for neutrino-less double beta decay. The detector consists of an array of 988 TeO2 crystals arranged in a cylindrical compact structure of 19 towers. The construction of the experiment and, in particular, the installation of the towers in the cryostat was completed in August 2016 and data ... More
Presented by Francesco TERRANOVA, Dr. Paolo GORLA
Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 124
GRAND will be a huge antenna array for air showers initiated by ultra-high-energy cosmic particles, aiming at the discovery of their sources. The primary targets are tau neutrinos interacting in mountains and producing tau leptons. Some of these will initiate atmospheric particle cascades detectable by its radio emission. The final configuration of GRAND will span 200,000 km$^2$. It will reach suf ... More
Presented by Dr. Frank G. SCHRÖDER
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
To produce a beam of electron neutrinos one can use $\beta^+$-decaying nuclei, accumulated in a storage ring. Such a beam can have a considerable monochromatic part if the nuclei decay is due to electron capture with significant probability. Under certain conditions, in particular, when using hydrogen-like ions, this monochromatic fraction can be modulated. The requirements for the nuclei of such ... More
Presented by Mr. Oleg TITOV
Type: Poster etc. Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
Geoneutrinos are unique probes that bring direct information about the amount and distribution of heat producing elements in the crust and mantle.Due to low counting statistics results from geoneutrino measurements at Kamland and BOREXINO are inadequate to resolve which of the three models best describes the BSE composition. The 20 kton JUNO detector will provide sufficient data to address several ... More
Presented by Dr. Ran HAN
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Nuclear emulsion is a 3D tracking detector with sub-micron resolution. Thanks to its high spatial resolution, emulsion can detect short-length tracks and measure neutrino interactions with a low energy threshold, especially multi-nucleon interactions. Furthermore, emulsion has 4 ¥pi tracking acceptance and provides flexibility in the choice of target materials, even water may be used. Emulsion is ... More
Presented by Dr. Tsutomu FUKUDA
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The RENO experiment has measured the neutrino mixing angle θ_13 and dm^2_ee, using reactor antineutrinos from the reactors at Hanbit Nuclear Power Plant since Aug. 2011. In 2016, RENO published results on sin^2(2θ_13) and dm^2_ee using the energy dependent oscillation of reactor antineutrinos in the 500days of data. RENO has accumulated roughly ~2000 days of data with reduced backgrounds and thu ... More
Presented by Mr. DongHa LEE
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The main goal of experiment "Neutrino-4" is to search for the oscillation of reactor antineutrino to a sterile state. Experiment is conducted on SM-3 research reactor (Dimitrovgrad, Russia). Data collection with full-scale detector with liquid scintillator volume of $3m^3$ was started in June 2016. We present the latest results of measurements of reactor antineutrino flux dependence on the distanc ... More
Presented by Prof. Anatolii SEREBROV
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The Iron CALorimeter (ICAL) detector at the India-based Neutrino Observatory(INO) is an upcoming atmospheric neutrino oscillation experiment. The ICAL is designed to measure muon energy and direction with fine resolutions and high detection efficiency. The detector will have a fiducial mass of 50 kt and be magnetized to distinguish between $\nu_\mu$ and $\overline{\nu}_\mu$. In this poster, w ... More
Presented by Prof. Amol DIGHE
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
HOLMES is a experiment with the aim to directly measure the neutrino mass. HOLMES will perform a calorimetric measurement of the energy released in the Electron Capture decay of the artificial isotope 163Ho. The most suitable detectors for this type of measurement are low temperature thermal detectors. HOLMES will deploy 1000 detectors of low temperature microcalorimeters with implanted 163Ho nucl ... More
Presented by Dr. Andrea GIACHERO
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The ECHo collaboration aims at measuring the electron neutrino mass by recording the spectrum following electron capture of $^{163}$Ho using metallic magnetic calorimeters (MMCs).The radioisotope $^{163}$Ho is produced from enriched $^{162}$Er in the ILL high flux nuclear reactor, chemically purified and mass separated and is fully embedded into the 180x180 µm$^{2}$ Au-absorber of the ECHo ... More
Presented by Mr. Tom KIECK
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 33
The identification, or “tagging”, of the 136Ba daughter atom that results from double beta decay of 136Xe is a promising technique for elimination of all backgrounds in the nEXO 136Xe double beta decay experiment. Possible methods for extracting and detecting a single 136Ba daughter atom from the nEXO enriched liquid xenon detector will be discussed. Progress on Ba tagging for the nEXO exper ... More
Presented by Prof. William FAIRBANK
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
Project 8 is a tritium endpoint experiment to measure neutrino mass using the technique of Cyclotron Radiation Emission Spectroscopy (CRES). Early phases of Project 8 demonstrated CRES in small microwave waveguide volumes. An immediate challenge is to scale the detection scheme in size to accommodate sufficient tritium source intensity for a competitive neutrino mass measurement. We present progre ... More
Presented by Dr. Brent VANDEVENDER
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Cyclotron Radiation Emission Spectroscopy (CRES), a frequency-based method for determining the energy of relativistic electrons, has recently been demonstrated by the Project 8 collaboration. Applying this technique to the tritium endpoint provides a new avenue for measuring the absolute mass-scale of the neutrino. The proof of principle was done in a small waveguide detector using gaseous $^{83\m ... More
Presented by Dr. Noah OBLATH
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Motivated by the capability of the KATRIN experiment to explore the existence of KeV neutrinos in the [1-18.5] KeV mass range, we explore the viability of minimal extensions of the Standard Model involving sterile neutrinos (namely the 3+1 and 3+2 frameworks) and study their possible impact in both the beta decay and the neutrinoless double-beta decay effective mass, for the two possible or ... More
Presented by Dr. Xabier MARCANO
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
CUPID (CUORE Upgrade for Particle IDentification) is a next generation ton-scale bolometric detector to search for lepton number violating processes and probe 0$\nu\beta\beta$ in the full inverted neutrino mass hirarchy. To achieve this goal, backgrounds have to be at least two orders of magnitude lower with respect to CUORE, requiring the active rejection of the dominant background from alpha sur ... More
Presented by Mr. Benjamin SCHMIDT
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) is a 20 kton multiple-purpose experiment with the primary goal of determining the neutrino mass hierarchy. To reach the needed physics sensitivity it is required to reduce the single trigger count rate to less than 10 Hz in the fiducial volume. Therefore, it is crucial to carefully select the radiopurity of all materials used to build the dete ... More
Presented by Dr. Monica SISTI
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
SuperNEMO is a tracker-calorimeter neutrinoless double beta decay experiment using $^{82}$Se to reach a sensitivity of T$_{1/2} > 10^{26}$~y, and the effective neutrino mass of $\langle m_{\beta\beta}\rangle<40-100$~meV. The construction of the first Demonstrator Module at the LSM is under completion, with the aim to reach 0 background in the ROI of the $0\nu\beta\beta$ decay. This target pl ... More
Presented by Ms. Fang XIE, Mr. Christophe HUGON
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The MAJORANA DEMONSTRATOR is currently searching for neutrinoless double-beta decays in $^{76}$Ge and will demonstrate the feasibility to deploy a tonne-scale experiment in a phased and modular fashion. It consists of two modular arrays of natural and $^{76}$Ge-enriched germanium detectors totaling 44.1 kg, of which 29.7 kg is enriched, located at the 4850' level of the Sanford Underground Researc ... More
Presented by Gulden OTHMAN
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
Event reconstruction is one of the most challenging tasks in analyzing the data from current and future massive liquid argon time projection chambers (LArTPCs) and its performance is critical to physics opportunities. MicroBooNE is an approximately 90 metric ton active volume single-phase LArTPC and the first of a trio of LArTPCs in the Short Baseline Neutrino (SBN) program which will search for a ... More
Presented by Dr. Hanyu WEI
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 162
The DANSS detector is a compact neutrino spectrometer currently operating under one of reactors of the Kalinin Nuclear Power Plant. It records almost 5000 inverse beta decay (IBD) events per day with the fraction of cosmic background not exceeding few percent level. The IBD reaction is generally reconstructed by selecting the time-correlated pairs of events with the prompt positron and delayed ... More
Presented by Dr. Irina MACHIKHILIYAN
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The STEREO experiment searches for light sterile neutrinos in the eV range. The STEREO detector is divided in two subvolumes both filled with liquid scintillator: an inner neutrino target loaded with gadolinium, which is subsequently subdivided in 6 different cells, and an external unloaded gamma catcher subdivided in 4 cells. The response of each of the cells, including charge to energy conv ... More
Presented by Mr. Christian ROCA, Ms. Helena ALMAZÁN
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The Cryogenic Underground Observatory for Rare Events (CUORE) is the first bolometric experiment searching for neutrinoless double beta decay ($0\nu\beta\beta$) that has been able to reach the one-ton scale. The detector consists of an array of 988 TeO$_{2}$ crystals arranged in a compact cylindrical structure of 19 towers. The construction of the experiment was completed in August 2016 with the i ... More
Presented by Brian FUJIKAWA, Mr. Sachinthya WAGAARACHCHI
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino Experiment (KATRIN) will perform a direct, kine\-matics-based measurement of the neutrino mass with a sensitivity of 200\,meV (90\,\%\,C.L.). The neutrino mass is obtained by investigating the shape of the spectrum of tritium \textbeta-decay electrons close to the endpoint at 18.6\,keV with a spectrometer of MAC-E filter type. To achieve the targeted sensitivity, ... More
Presented by Florian HEIZMANN, Mr. Alexander MARSTELLER
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino (KATRIN) experiment aims to determine the effective neutrino mass with a sensitivity of m$_\nu$=0.2 eV/c$^2$ (90% C.L.) using electrons from the tritium $\beta$-decay. These $\beta$-electrons are guided adiabatically from the source to the spectrometer, where their energy is analyzed. Simultaneously the tritium flow from the source into the spectrometers has to be re ... More
Presented by Mr. Carsten RÖTTELE
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
SNO+ is a general purpose neutrino detector 2km underground in SNOLAB. Its main aim is a neutrinoless double beta decay search in $^{130}$Te. It consists of a 6m radius acrylic vessel filled with the detection medium and surrounded by ~9300 PMTs on a support structure (PSUP) at a radius of ~8.9m. Having a good understanding of detector response is vital for success. One contribution to this is ... More
Presented by Ms. Esther TURNER
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
SNO+ will be a kilo-tonne scale liquid scintillator based experiment located at the SNOLAB underground facility in Sudbury, Canada. The major physics goal of the collaboration is to search for neutrinoless double beta decay of $^{130}$Te. With a target mass of 260 kg of the isotope in the fiducial volume, the half-life sensitivity is projected to reach ~1.96x10$^{26}$ years after 5 years of data a ... More
Presented by Dr. Szymon MANECKI
Type: Poster etc. Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
SNOLAB is a 5000$~m^2$ facility 2 km underground in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. Operating in an active mine site, SNOLAB maintains the laboratory as a class 2000 clean room. Many outstanding questions in astroparticle and subatomic physics today require the radio-quiet environment provided by deep underground research facilities. Neutrino experiments at SNOLAB include SNO+ and HALO, as well as colla ... More
Presented by Dr. Erica CADEN
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
In GERDA and LEGEND experiments, a solar neutrino absorption by Ge-76 isotope induces a background event which is indistinguishable from beta decay signal. We estimate cross sections for solar neutrino capture by Ge-76 nucleus for various excited states of daughter nucleus As-76. The Gamow-Teller transitions to the low-lying excited states and the Fermi transitions to the resonance states of this ... More
Presented by Mr. Andrey VYBOROV
Type: Poster simulations Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The KArlsruhe TRItium Neutrino (KATRIN) experiment aims to de- termine the effective mass of the electron-antineutrino with an sensitivity of 200 meV/c2 (90% C.L.). The neutrinos mass can be inferred from the shape of the endpoint energy-region of the tritium beta spectrum, which is measured using the largest MAC-E filter and an intense Windowless Gaseous Tritium Source (WGTS). SAMAK is a ... More
Presented by Dr. Thierry LASSERRE
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The ICARUS T600 LAr-TPC detector (474 t of active mass) is being installed at Fermilab to be exposed to the Booster and NuMI neutrino beams in the framework of the SBN program for the ultimate search of sterile neutrinos. The high rate of cosmic rays impinging on the detector due to its shallow depth operation requires the development of innovative trigger and DAQ systems. ICARUS trigger will exp ... More
Presented by Dr. Alessandro MENEGOLLI
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 126
The RENO experiment has successfully measured $θ_{13}$ using the disappearance of electron anti-neutrinos in three-flavor neutrino oscillations.We search for sterile neutrinos in four-flavor oscillation model using roughly 1500 days of data collected by the RENO experiment. We have not seen any positive signal and obtain an excluded region of the oscillation parameters. We present an excluded con ... More
Presented by Jiwoong SEO
Type: Poster high energy neutrinos & cosmic rays Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
Fast Radio Bursts (FRB) are one of the most intriguing transient radio sources discovered a decade ago. The origin of these FRBs is still a great mystery despite the growing observational efforts made by various multi-wavelength and multi-messenger facilities. So far, many theories have been proposed but no progenitors have been clearly identified as well as the radiative and the particle accelera ... More
Presented by Mr. Massimiliano LINCETTO
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
A sterile neutrino with a mass up to 18.6 keV would be visible in the beta-decay spectrum of tritium. The KATRIN experiment is designed to determine the absolute neutrinos mass by measuring the beta-decay spectrum of gaseous tritium close to its endpoint. Beyond that, it’s unprecedented tritium source luminosity and spectroscopic quality could be used to measure the entire beta-spectrum to searc ... More
Presented by Mr. Anton HUBER
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The three-flavor neutrino oscillations model has precisely described a wide selection of neutrino oscillations data, yet, the observations by LSND and MiniBooNE of excess electron neutrino appearance can be interpreted utilizing a model containing three active neutrinos and one sterile neutrino. MINOS+, the medium-energy extension of the successful MINOS experiment, is a two-detector, long baseli ... More
Presented by Prof. Alexandre SOUSA, Prof. Adam AURISANO
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
This poster presents an updated analysis of neutrino data from the NOvA experiment to search for sterile neutrino oscillations. NOvA consists of two functionally identical liquid scintillator detectors in Fermilab’s NuMI neutrino beam: a 300 ton near detector at a 1km baseline, and a 14,000 ton far detector 810km away in Ash River, MN, 14.6 mrad off the beam’s central axis. Sterile neutrino os ... More
Presented by Dr. Jeremy HEWES
Type: Poster etc. Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The XENON project pursues the direct detection of WIMPs. It is currently running in its third stage with the multi-ton xenon dual phase TPC XENON1T at LNGS. Probing cross-sections below 10$^{−46}$ cm² it is the most-sensitive detector for spin-independent-WIMP-nucleon interactions. Its low background of less than 2x10$^{-4}$ events/(kg x keV x day) below 100 keV is optimal for the search of do ... More
Presented by Alexander FIEGUTH, Mr. Christian WITTWEG
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
PROSPECT is a reactor antineutrino experiment consisting of a segmented liquid scintillator antineutrino detector designed to probe short-baseline neutrino oscillations and precisely measure the antineutrino spectrum of the primary fission isotope U-235. PROSPECT's neutrino oscillation analysis utilizes target segmentation to look for differences in measured inverse beta decay (IBD) positron spec ... More
Presented by Prof. Bryce LITTLEJOHN
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
In recent years, the underground muon flux was observed to be seasonally modulated, as caused to atmospheric density variations due to the atmospheric temperature. With eight identically designed detectors located in three underground experimental halls at different overburdens (250, 265 and 860 meters of water equivalent), the Daya Bay reactor antineutrino experiment is an excellent facility to s ... More
Presented by Dr. Yu ZEYUAN
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
Apparent short-baseline neutrino oscillations observed by the LSND and MiniBooNE experiments, and the deficit of events seen at the GALLEX and SAGE experiments, can be explained by the addition of sterile neutrino state with a mass at the 1eV level. These results are in tension with null results from other experiments. The NOvA Near Detector (ND) is a 293 ton fine-grained liquid-scintillator detec ... More
Presented by Dr. Gavin Stuart DAVIES
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The TRISTAN project is an extension of the KATRIN experiment to search for the signature of keV-scale sterile neutrinos in the tritium beta decay spectrum. The KATRIN focal plane detector that counts electrons within a controlled energy range close to the spectral end point to investigate the effective neutrino mass will be replaced by a novel 3500-pixel silicon drift detector (SDD) array that mea ... More
Presented by Mr. Konrad ALTENMÜLLER
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The gaseous <sup>83m</sup>Kr source provides spatially distributed monoenergetic conversion electrons suitable for commissioning, systematic measurement and energy calibration in the KATRIN experiment. On the other hand, the <sup>83</sup>Rb/<sup>83m</sup>Kr source prepared by the implantation of <sup>83</sup>Rb into solid substrate emits conversion electrons which serve in the monitor spectrometer ... More
Presented by Dr. Martin SUCHOPÁR
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The Daya Bay experiment has measured $sin^2(2\theta_{13})$ and $\Delta m^2_{32}$ with better than 4% precision using an inverse beta decay (IBD) sample tagged via neutron capture on gadolinium (nGd). A precise and independent measurement of the oscillation parameters is performed with IBDs tagged via neutron capture on hydrogen (nH), a statistically distinct sample with largely different syste ... More
Presented by Prof. Qun WU
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The nEXO experiment will search for neutrinoless double beta decay of ${}^{136}$Xe using 5 tonnes of enriched liquid xenon in a low-background single-phase time projection chamber. nEXO is expected to reach a 10 year sensitivity of $\sim$10$^{28}$ years. To this end, the nEXO collaboration is engaged in an R&D program to improve detector performance. We present the status of a selection of R&D top ... More
Presented by Ms. Erin HANSEN
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The measurements of the anti-neutrinos fluxes coming from nuclear reactors present a deficit with respect to the theoretical predictions, known as the reactor anti-neutrino anomaly. Sterile neutrino oscillations could solve the problem, with a new massive neutrino order 1eV. A miscalculation of the anti-neutrino flux predictions could also be the main source of the anomaly. We performed a globa ... More
Presented by Mr. Alvaro HERNANDEZ-CABEZUDO
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) will install 25k 3-inch PMTs (SPMTs) in the gaps between 18k closely packed 20-inch PMTs (LPMTs). The SPMT system will significantly enhance JUNO’s physics capabilities by mitigating the non-stochastic term of the energy resolution, providing a semi-independent measurement of the solar oscillation parameters, and improving the reconstruction o ... More
Presented by Mr. Yang HAN
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Sterile neutrinos are hypothetical particles introduced to resolve anomalies in neutrino oscillation experiments. In a 3+1 sterile model, one heavier, mostly sterile neutrino mass eigenstate joins the three light, mostly active neutrino mass eigenstates. This simple model does not fit the world's data well. We consider an extension of the 3+1 scenario where the heaviest mass eigenstate decays. Thi ... More
Presented by Marjon MOULAI
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 128
We present status and the first results of precision measurements of tritium beta-decay spectrum in the electron energy range 16-18.6 keV by the Troitsk nu-mass experiment. The goal is to find distortions which may be caused by the existence of a heavy sterile neutrinos. A signature would correspond to a kink in the spectrum with characteristic shape and end point shifted by the value of a hea ... More
Presented by Dr. Vladislav PANTUEV
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
We are investigating novel in-situ laser-driven techniques to enhance calibration and monitoring of transport properties of charge clusters in nEXO. One approach is to study electron drift properties in a small liquid xenon TPC using photoelectricity. The charged clusters are generated by driving a semi-transparent gold photocathode in transmission mode with a pulsed ultraviolet laser. Systematic ... More
Presented by Dr. Michal TARKA, Prof. Krishna KUMAR, Prof. William FAIRBANK
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
Energy calibration of SuperNEMO demonstrator will be performed by $^{207}$Bi sources. They were produced in form of point-like droplets deposited between two transparent mylar foils encased by rectangular frame. Deposited $^{207}$Bi droplet should be well centered within the rectangular frame in order to avoid uncertainties in the calibration which could have influence on the data quality. Goal of ... More
Presented by Mr. Miroslav MACKO
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The Enriched Xenon Observatory (EXO) is aiming to search for 0νββ decays of Xe-136 using a liquid xenon TPC. nEXO is the second phase of EXO with 5 tons of enriched liquid xenon TPC, which will employ ~4 m2 of SiPM arrays to detect the 175nm scintillation light from xenon. Overall photon detection efficiency includes the light transport efficiency in TPC and the photo-detection efficiency of Si ... More
Presented by Dr. Pin LV
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
SuperNEMO is searching for the neutrinoless double-beta decay process which, if observed, would prove the Majorana nature of the neutrino. It builds on the strengths of its predecessor, NEMO-3, which has set competitive $0\nu\beta\beta$ limits for multiple isotopes. Using an improved version of NEMO-3's tracker-calorimeter architecture, the SuperNEMO demonstrator aims to measure the $0\nu\beta\bet ... More
Presented by Dr. Cheryl PATRICK, Ms. Lauren DAWSON, Dr. Alessandro MINOTTI
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The Tritium Recoil-Ion Mass Spectrometer (TRIMS) experiment measures the branching ratio of molecular tritium (T$_2$ and HT) beta decay to their bound states ($^3$HeT$^+$ and $^3$HeH$^+$). This measurement will help validate the current molecular final-state theory utilized by neutrino mass experiments such as KATRIN and Project 8. TRIMS consists of a 60-kV acceleration chamber with magnetic guidi ... More
Presented by Mr. Ying-Ting LIN
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The physical goal of the Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) is to determine the neutrino mass hierarchy by precisely measuring the oscillation spectrum with 3% energy resolution at 1 MeV. Totally 20000 large area 20’’ tubes with high photon detection efficiency will be used to achieve this motivation, including 5000 Hamamatsu dynode PMTs and 15000 NNVT MCP PMTs. The JUNO collabor ... More
Presented by Mr. Haiqiong ZHANG
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
In this work we analyse the possibility of measuring sterile neutrino dark matter in direct detection experiments, such as XENON100 and its future stages. In particular we focus on the keV range, studying the interaction of these particles with electrons in bound states.
Presented by Mr. Miguel CAMPOS
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
In the planned JUNO (Jinangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory) Detector 20 kt of liquid scintillator (LS) will be used as neutrino target. A 120 mm thin highly transparent acrylic hollow sphere stores the target in a water tank. Slightly different filling levels in the tank and the sphere during the filling of these volumes or during detector operation could cause fatal damage of the sphere. The ... More
Presented by Mr. Hans Th. J. STEIGER
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The LUX-ZEPLIN (LZ) experiment is a 7 active tonne liquid xenon (LXe) time projection chamber designed primarily to search for weakly interacting massive particles (WIMPs), a leading candidate dark matter (DM) particle. Natural xenon contains 8.9% of the isotope 136Xe, a known double beta decay element, endowing LZ with sensitivity to a rare double beta decay process, occurring without the emissio ... More
Presented by Mr. Paulo BRÁS
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
We investigate the impact of a light sterile neutrino ($\sim$1eV) on the data expected from currently running LBL experiment NO$\nu$A and future experiment DUNE. If an eV scale sterile neutrino exists, and has non-zero mixing with the other neutrinos then nature of the predictions for the mass hierarchy, CP-violation and octant by these two experiments will be modified. Parameter degeneracy resol ... More
Presented by Mr. Zachary MATTHEWS
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
In addition to 18000 20-inch large PMTs (LPMTs), the JUNO Experiment will use 25000 3-inch small photomultiplier tubes (SPMTs) to help control the non-stochastic term of the energy resolution and to improve the reconstruction of cosmic-ray muons and supernova burst neutrino events, among other benefits. The 3-inch PMTs are required to have good resolution for single photoelectrons, high quantum e ... More
Presented by Dr. Bei-Zhen HU
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The COBRA collaboration aims to search for $0\nu\beta\beta$-decay, a lepton-number violating process which could provide information about new physics beyond the Standard Model. For this COBRA uses CdZnTe room-temperature semiconductor detectors in a low-background environment at the LNGS in Italy. The COBRA demonstrator setup has recently been upgraded to the extended demonstrator (XDEM), us ... More
Presented by Mr. Robert TEMMINGHOFF
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The KArlsruhe TRItium Neutrino experiment is a model-independent measurement of the neutrino mass from the tritium β decay spectrum, aiming for a sensitivity of 0.2 eV/c² (90% C.L.). The CKrS has been developed as a source for absolute energy calibration, monitoring and determination of the transmission function of the MAC-E-filter spectrometer. It utilizes nearly mono-energetic conversion elect ... More
Presented by Mr. Alexander FULST
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The emergence of Water-based Liquid Scintillator (WbLS) and ultra-fast, high-efficiency photon detection has opened up new avenues in neutrino detector development. WbLS provides a mechanism for tuning light yields and loading isotopes and metallic ions. Using WbLS in-situ with fast photon sensors could yield directional information from Cherenkov light further enhancing background rejection and ... More
Presented by Prof. Christopher GRANT
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The present upper limit on the electron neutrino mass $m(𝜈_{\mathrm{e}})$ is still at 225 eV. The Electron Capture in $^{163}$Ho experiment, ECHo, is designed to investigate $m(𝜈_{\mathrm{e}})$ in the sub-eV region. In ECHo, high sensitivity on a finite m(𝜈𝑒) will be reached by the analysis of the endpoint region in high statistics and high resolution calorimetrically measured $^{163 ... More
Presented by Dr. Loredana GASTALDO
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The STEREO experiment is measuring the antineutrino flux emitted by the reactor of the ILL in Grenoble-France. About 400 antineutrinos per day of data taking are currently detected. The target volume, segmented in 6 detector cells, allows for a search of a light sterile neutrino in a way independent of prior knowledge on the reactor. However the detected spectrum will also provide a new reference ... More
Presented by Dr. david LHUILLIER
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Gamma ray spectroscopy using germanium detectors is a key method for the measurement of trace material contamination for the construction of neutrino-less double beta decay or dark matter experiments. Moreover, the measurements inform the experimental background models against which any potential signal is evaluated. A new world-class screening facility has been established at the newly completed ... More
Presented by Dr. XinRan LIU
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
To reach the goal of determining the neutrino mass hierarchy, all parts of the JUNO experiment need to meet certain quality criteria, especially those which are related to the final energy resolution of the detector. This is relevant in particular for the 20’000 20-inch photomultiplier tubes (PMTs) to be deployed in JUNO. Therefore, all PMTs will be checked and characterized with two specially ... More
Presented by Björn WONSAK, Mr. Alexander TIETZSCH
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
We are studying and designing a novel high pressure (~10bar, Ne+TMA=95:5) gas TPC detector based on the thick-GEM or Micromegas to detect the neutrino energy spectrum of the reactor, which will provide an input for JUNO to determine the neutrino hierarchy. By detecting the energy and scattering angle of the elastic scattering electron, which happens between the reactor neutrino and gas, we will re ... More
Presented by Mr. Wenqi YAN
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The Theia experiment is a proposed 50 - 100 kilotonne next-generation detector for neutrinos and nucleon decay. In recent years, the development of Water-based Liquid Scintillator (WbLS) has made possible a detector with tunable light yields that can be adjusted to optimise for a broad range of physics goals. These include searches for neutrinoless double-beta decay, a target for a long-baseline n ... More
Presented by Dr. Matthew MALEK
Type: Poster etc. Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 87
Building on rich legacies, the Sanford Underground Research Facility (SURF) has been operating for over 10 years as a facility dedicated to supporting underground research. Laboratory facilities include a Surface Campus with recently upgraded capabilities as well as two main campuses at the 4850-foot level (4300 m.w.e.) - the Davis Campus and the Ross Campus - that host a range of significant phys ... More
Presented by Jaret HEISE
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The AMoRE(Advanced Mo based Rare process Experiment) collaboration intends to find neutrinoless double beta decay of Mo-100 using CaMoO$_4$ crystals. The crystals are equipped with MMC-type phonon and photon sensors to detect both thermal and scintillation signals from particle interactions in the crystals cooled down to 10~20 mK. The experiment is to be realized in three phases. AMoRE pilot ... More
Presented by Dr. SeungCheon KIM
Type: Poster sterile Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
Sterile neutrinos are a natural extension of the Standard Model of particle physics. With a mass in the keV-range they could account for a significant fraction of the dark matter in the universe. A unique way to search for these sterile neutrinos in a model-independent laboratory experiment is via tritium beta decay. The Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino Experiment (KATRIN) is a large-scale tritium b ... More
Presented by Prof. susanne MERTENS
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The JUNO experiment is under preparation in China. It's main goal is to determine the $\nu$ mass ordering via the precise measurement of the energy spectrum of $\bar\nu$ from nuclear reactors 53 km away. To achieve JUNO's goals it is essential to suppress or control the background processes rate that fake the signal from $\nu$ in the Central Detector (CD). The most dangerous of those is the ... More
Presented by Dr. João Pedro ATHAYDE MARCONDES DE ANDRÉ
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Large-Area Picosecond Photo-Detectors (LAPPD) can enhance scientific reach of future liquid-based neutrino detectors by allowing for optical tracking and event topology reconstruction. In order to enable high volume production of LAPPD to provide sufficient photo-coverage in future large-scale experiments the next generation of LAPPD is being developed. The Gen-II LAPPD is a 20x20 cm$^2$ MCP-based ... More
Presented by Andrey ELAGIN
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
Since the first observation of a non-zero $sin^{2}2\theta_{13}$ with a $5.2 \sigma$ significance in 2012, the Daya Bay experiment lead the precision measurement of the $sin^{2}2\theta_{13}$ and presented the best $|\Delta m^{2}_{ee}|$ of the world. A precise measurement of the absolute neutrino flux and spectrum was also performed. Both analyses require a precise modeling of the detector energy r ... More
Presented by Mr. Yongbo HUANG
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The observation of neutrinoless double-beta decay would show that lepton number is violated, reveal that neutrinos are Majorana particles, A discovery-capable experiment covering the inverted hierarchy, with effective Majorana neutrino masses of 15-50 meV, will require a tonne-scale experiment with excellent energy resolution and extremely low backgrounds (∼ 0.1 ct /(FWHM t yr)) in the region o ... More
Presented by Dr. Ralph MASSARCZYK
Type: Poster new technologies Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
nEXO, a next-generation experiment to search for neutrino-less double beta decay, uses 5 tonnes of enriched liquid xenon instrumented as a single-drift time projection chamber (TPC) and contained inside an ultra-low background, right-cylindrical copper vessel 1.2 m long. Xenon scintillation is detected by an array of silicon photomultipliers (SiPMs). Ionization is collected on a segmented planar, ... More
Presented by andrea POCAR, Dr. Peter ROWSON
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 163
The Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) is a multi-purpose underground experiment and the largest liquid scintillator (LS) detector going for neutrino mass hierarchy, precise neutrino oscillation parameter measurement and studies of other rare processes which include but not limited to solar neutrino, geo-neutrino, supernova neutrinos and the diffuse supernova neutrinos background. ... More
Presented by Dr. Zhimin WANG
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO), a 20 kton multi-purpose underground liquid scintillator detector, is under construction with the determination of the neutrino mass hierarchy as a primary physics goal. To suppress natural radioactivity and neutrons from rock, the central detector is surrounded with at least 2.5 meters ultra-pure water. About 2000 MCP-PMTs are equipped to form ... More
Presented by Dr. Cong GUO
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The search for the neutrinoless double beta decay (0$\nu\beta\beta$) is one of the most important quests nowadays in neutrino physics. Among the different techniques used, High Pressure Xenon (HPXe) gas Time Projection Chambers (TPC) stand out because they allow to image the topology of the 0$\nu\beta\beta$ event (one straggling track ending in two blobs), and use it to discriminate signal from ba ... More
Presented by Dr. Javier GALAN
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
PROSPECT, the Precision Oscillation and Spectrum Experiment, is a reactor antineutrino experiment designed to search for eV-scale sterile neutrinos and measure the spectrum of antineutrinos from highly-enriched 235U at the High Flux Isotope Reactor (HFIR). PROSPECT uses a 4-ton, segmented 6Li-doped liquid scintillator detector to make a high-resolution measurement of the prompt energy spectrum fro ... More
Presented by Prof. Karsten HEEGER
Type: Poster direct neutrino mass Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The KArlsruhe TRItium Neutrino (KATRIN) experiment aims at the model-independent measurement of the electron neutrino mass. KATRIN is designed for a neutrino mass sensitivity of 0.2 eV (90\% CL) after three years of measurement time. In May 2018, KATRIN performed its First Tritium measurements. Along with the beta electrons, tritium beta decay creates ions inside the tritium source. The tritium io ... More
Presented by Manuel KLEIN
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The GERDA (GERmanium Detector Array) experiment at the Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso of INFN, Italy, is designed to search for neutrinoless double beta decay of $^{76}$Ge. In GERDA for the first time ever detectors are directly immersed in liquid argon which works as a cooling medium and as an additional active shield against external radioactivity. Phase II data taking started in December 2 ... More
Presented by Dr. Konstantin GUSEV
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
In-situ production of long-lived isotopes by cosmic muon interactions may generate a non-negligible background for deep underground rare event searches. Previous Monte Carlo studies for the GERDA experiment at LNGS identified the delayed decays of $^{77}$Ge and its metastable state $^{77m}$Ge as dominant cosmogenic background contribution in the search for neutrinoless double beta decay of $^{76 ... More
Presented by Christoph WIESINGER
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) is a 20 kton liquid scintillator detector with primary physics goal of neutrino mass hierarchy determination and other measurements, including precise neutrino oscillation parameters, solar neutrino, geo-neutrino, supernova neutrinos and the diffuse supernova neutrinos background. The detector will be built in 700m deep underground laboratory. ... More
Presented by Prof. Ruiguang WANG, Dr. Haoqi LU
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (participating in poster prize competition)
The JUNO (Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory) experiment is a multi-purpose neutrino experiment currently under construction in Jiangmen, China. The primary goal is to determine the neutrino mass hierarchy by measuring reactor antineutrinos at a baseline of 53 km. The 20 kton liquid-scintillator detector aims at achieving an outstanding energy resolution of 3%/$\sqrt{E\text{(MeV)}}$ o ... More
Presented by Ms. Michaela SCHEVER
Type: Poster 0vbb Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition) Board #: 34
A liquid scintillator containing a tetrakis (isopropyl acetoacetate) zirconium has been developed for new project of neutrinoless $^{96}$Zr double beta decay experiment. The liquid scintillator has 1.4 wt.% concentration of Zr, light yield of $48 \pm 7.1 $% for BC505, and an energy resolution of $2.5 \pm 0.4$ % at 3.35 MeV assuming 64 % photo coverage. In order to investigate a half-life over $10^ ... More
Presented by Prof. Yoshiyuki FUKUDA
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
The future neutrino experiment JUNO (Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory) will determine the neutrino mass hierarchy by observing reactor neutrinos in liquid scintillator. To reach the required energy resolution of 3% @ 1MeV, a very good liquid scintillator transparency (attenuation length ≥ 20 m @ 430 nm) is required. To reach this transparency, it is planned to have several purification ... More
Presented by Ms. Heike ENZMANN
Type: Poster reactor Session: Poster Session Monday
Track: Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)
the Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) is a multi-purpose neutrino experiment under construction. The primary goal is to determine the neutrino mass hierarchy and precisely measure the oscillation parameters by detecting reactor anti-neutrinos. There will be around 20000 PMTs with a large photo-cathode of 20-inch equipped for the JUNO experiment, which includes 15000 MCP PMTs from NN ... More
Presented by Dr. ZHONGHUA QIN