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Contribution Poster atmospheric

Poster (not participating in poster prize competition)

Improvement of atmospheric neutrino prediction at low energies using the muon flux at high altitude


  • Dr. Morihiro HONDA

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Session and Location

Wednesday Session, Poster Wall #157 (Ballroom)

Abstract content

The study of neutrino oscillation has moved from the discovery phase to the understanding of the neutrino nature such as the CP phase of mass matrix or the mass hierarchy. There are some proposals to carry out these studies with atmospheric neutrino, and it is requested to improve the accuracy of the atmospheric neutrino flux prediction especially at low energies. We present a quantitative discussion that the muon fluxes observed at high mountains or by balloon borne experiments can improve the accuracy of atmospheric neutrino prediction at low energies. ~

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