PPD-1 : Neutrino Physics | La physique de neutrinos
- Matthias Danninger (Simon Fraser University (CA))
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The fact that neutrinos have mass and oscillate means that we can learn a great deal about them by studying what are effectively interference patterns that arise after neutrinos propagate over hundreds of kilometers. These patterns may tell us the reason that our universe is dominated by matter and not simply light, and they can also tell us if neutrinos acquired their mass in the same way...
The Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) represents a bold step forward with a new detector technology and the ability to measure neutrinos over an extremely broad energy range. DUNE will consist of two massive detectors: one located at Fermilab in Illinois, and one located 1300 km away in South Dakota. DUNE will use neutrino beams with energy spectra broader than any other experiment....
Stanley Yen (TRIUMF) for the HALO and HALO-1kT collaborations
Neutrinos provide a nearly-prompt view of the nuclear and particle processes that occur in the bowels of a core-collapse supernova. Most existing detectors are primarily sensitive to electron anti-neutrinos, but a complete picture requires complementary detectors to observe all flavours of neutrinos and antineutrino emitted in...
The SNO+ experiment is a multi-purpose neutrino detector located 2 km underground at SNOLAB in Vale’s Creighton Mine in Sudbury, Ontario. The centerpiece of SNO+ is a 12-m diameter acrylic vessel, containing the target medium. The acrylic vessel is surrounded by 7 kilotonnes of ultrapure water shielding and about 9300 photomultiplier tubes. SNO+ is operating in three phases, defined by the...
The Scintillating Bubble Chamber (SBC) is a novel technology currently being developed for sub-keV nuclear recoil detection. This technique combines the event-by-event energy recoil of a liquid-noble scintillation detector with the world-leading electron recoil discrimination of a bubble chamber while significantly lowering the detection threshold. Unambiguous identification of sub-keV...
In the search for astrophysical neutrinos, neutrino telescopes instrument large volumes of clear natural water. Photomultiplier tubes placed along mooring lines detect the Cherenkov light of secondary particles produced in neutrino interactions, and allow us to search for possible neutrino sources in the sky. The P-ONE experiment proposes a new neutrino telescope off the shore of British...