12/3/18, 3:30 PM
We discuss a practical way to measure (anti)neutrino-hydrogen interactions by subtracting measurements on a dedicated graphite (pure C) target from those on a dedicated polypropylene (CH2) target within a highly segmented detector. Combining the measurements obtained from hydrogen and nuclear targets offers direct measurements/constraints of nuclear effects, which are an important source of...
Dr Roberto Petti (University of South Carolina)
12/3/18, 4:00 PM
We discuss the physics requirements of the DUNE ND and possible ways to constrain the systematic uncertainties for the oscillation analysis. We also discuss a rich program of precision measurements of fundamental interactions and of the structure of nucleon and nuclei.
Prof. Ulrich Mosel (Universitaet Giessen)
12/3/18, 4:30 PM
The interactions of neutrinos with nuclei are per se interesting because they contain information on the axial response of nuclear many-body systems. They are also of practical importance for running or planned long baseline experiments, such as T2K, NOvA and DUNE. All these experiments require a reconstruction of the incoming neutrino energy for the extraction of neutrino mixing parameters,...