Beaming neutrino across the Earth to Deep Core to test neutrino mixing parameters and CPT violation
Presented by Prof. Daniele FARGION
Twenty GeV Neutrino crossing along the Earth by longest base line (CERN-Deep Core or FNL-Deep Core) offer the most powerful tool to test neutrino (muon-tau) mixing masses and angles. An Opera-like experiment at 1% size and flux may lead to a few hundreds events a year of tau appearance or and muon suppression or disappearence. The large (11000 km) distance neutrino flux dilution is widely overcome by largest (tens Megaton) Deep Core mass and by a complete oscillation conversion. A sharp and silent atmospheric neutrino experiment may provide a test also to Minos like CPT violation claim.