Contribution Poster accelerator
Electron-neutrino reconstruction in MicrobooNE using the Pandora reconstruction framework
for the MicroBooNE collaboration
Session and Location
Wednesday Session, Poster Wall #70 (Auditorium Gallery Right)
MicroBooNE (the Micro Booster Neutrino Experiment) is a liquid argon time-projection chamber experiment designed for short-baseline neutrino physics, currently running at Fermilab. It aims to address the anomalous excess of low- energy events observed by the previous MiniBooNE experiment. In this poster we demonstrate the ability of the experiment to reconstruct electron neutrino-like events in the detector, using the Pandora reconstruction framework. In particular, we present a fully automated event selection algorithm that can identify charged-current electron neutrino event candidates with no pions and at least one proton in the final state.
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