7-8 January 2016
Earthquake Research Institute, the University of Tokyo
Japan timezone

Last and next decade in geoneutrino measurements.

7 Jan 2016, 17:00
30m
Building 2, 2F, 2nd lecture room (Earthquake Research Institute, the University of Tokyo)

Building 2, 2F, 2nd lecture room

Earthquake Research Institute, the University of Tokyo

1-1-1 Yayoi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo JAPAN

Speaker

Fabio Mantovani (INFN - National Institute for Nuclear Physics)

Description

In July 2005 KamLAND collaboration claimed the first evidence of geoneutrinos on Nature journal. After a decade of measurements, KamLAND (Japan) and Borexino (Italy) experiments confirmed that the technology is ready to measure the geoneutrino signal with enough statistics for answering some fundamental questions of Earth Science. Taking into account that SNO+ (Canada) and JUNO (China) experiments will collect new data in the next decade, the talk will focus on the new challenges for combining the multi-site measurements and for integrating data in coherent picture of the Earth.

Primary author

Fabio Mantovani (INFN - National Institute for Nuclear Physics)

Presentation Materials