Beaming neutrino across the Earth to Deep Core to test neutrino mixing parameters and CPT violation

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Speaker

Prof. Daniele Fargion (Physics Department, Rome University 1 and INFN Rome)

Description

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.

Primary author

Prof. Daniele Fargion (Physics Department, Rome University 1 and INFN Rome)

Co-author

Mr Daniele D'Armiento (Physics Departm.)

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