18-19 June 2018
Fermilab, Wilson Hall
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Cross Section Neutrino Program

Place

Location: Fermilab, Wilson Hall
Room: One West
Date: 18 Jun 10:55 - 12:10 PM

Conveners

    • Dr. Harris, Deborah (Fermilab)

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Type: Oral Presentation Session: Cross Section Neutrino Program
The Accelerator Neutrino Nucleus Interaction Experiment (ANNIE) has recently completed its first phase of data taking. The main physics goals of ANNIE, to be completed in the upcoming Phase II, are a measurement of the neutron abundance from neutrino-nucleus interactions, and a charged-current inclusive cross-section measurement on Oxygen. To achieve these goals the collaboration will use Ga ... More
Presented by Mr. Marcus O'FLAHERTY on 18/6/2018 at 16:40
Type: Oral Presentation Session: Cross Section Neutrino Program
Based in the NuMI beam line at Fermi National Laboratory, the on-axis MINERvA experiment is aimed at precision measurements of neutrino interactions in nuclei for energies up to 50 GeV. The experiment provides measurements of neutrino and antineutrino cross sections off of nuclear targets which are important for both neutrino oscillation experiments and probing of the nuclear medium. The most rece ... More
Presented by Dr. Deepika JENA on 18/6/2018 at 15:55
Type: Oral Presentation Session: Cross Section Neutrino Program
Minerva is a precision cross section experiment for neutrino scattering processes on various nuclei. Charged-Current Quasi-Elastic (CCQE) cross sections are relevant for neutrino oscillation experiments such as T2K, NOvA and DUNE. This talk describes how MINERvA's nuclear targets are used to measure the scaling in CCQE-like event rates as function of target nucleus. CCQE-like is defined as event ... More
Presented by Jeffrey KLEYKAMP on 18/6/2018 at 16:25
Type: Oral Presentation Session: Cross Section Neutrino Program
Neutrinos, the quarry of the MINERvA experiment, are subtle and difficult to capture. Accelerator base oscillation experiments look for electron neutrino appearance, where a neutrino is observed to interact in the electron-type state rather than in the produced muon-type state. This observation is based on the observation of a produced electron and absence of a produced muon in the detector. Due t ... More
Presented by Barbara YAEGGY on 18/6/2018 at 16:10
Type: Oral Presentation Session: Cross Section Neutrino Program
The primary physics goal of Phase II of the Accelerator Neutrino Neutron Interaction Experiment (ANNIE), is to measure the nuclear final states from neutrino interactions in water, with a particular focus on the production and multiplicity of final-state neutrons. The detector sits in the SciBooNE Hall, on Fermilab's Booster Neutrino Beam (BNB). The upgraded detector will have ~125 photomulti ... More
Presented by Dr. Ashley BACK on 18/6/2018 at 16:55
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