1 November 2018 to 19 December 2018
Europe/Zurich timezone

Research and Development for Near Detector Systems Towards Long Term Evolution of Ultra-precise Long-baseline Neutrino Experiments.

Not scheduled
Neutrino physics (accelerator and non-accelerator)


With the discovery of non-zero value of $\theta_{13}$ mixing angle, the next generation of
long-baseline neutrino (LBN) experiments offers the possibility of obtaining
statistically significant samples of muon and electron neutrinos and
anti-neutrinos with large oscillation effects.
In this document we intend to highlight the importance of Near Detector facilities in LBN experiments to both constrain the systematic uncertainties affecting oscillation analyses but also to perform, thanks to their close location, measurements of broad benefit for LBN physics goals. A strong European contribution to these efforts is possible.

Primary authors

Stefania Bordoni (CERN) Paola Sala (CERN and INFN Milano)

Presentation Materials