8-13 August 2011
Rhode Island Convention Center
US/Eastern timezone

The 600 Ton ICARUS Liquid Argon Experiment at the LNGS

9 Aug 2011, 17:20
550 (Rhode Island Convention Center)


Rhode Island Convention Center

Parallel contribution Neutrino Physics Neutrino Physics


Prof. David Cline (UCLA)


We review briefly the R&D effort that went into the construction of the 600 Ton Liquid Argon TPC. The detector is operating very well with electron drift distances near 4m. The detector is exposed to the CNGS beam from CERN and is collecting neutrino events. More than 130 Neutrino events have been observed. Other physics goals include exotic proton decay and sterile neutrinos. ICARUS is also a prototype for much larger multikilo Ton detectors being designed around the world.

Primary author

Prof. David Cline (UCLA)

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