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Multi-messenger and Low-threshold Trigger System at JUNO

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Prof. Donglian Xu (Tsung-Dao Lee Institute)


With 20-kiloton liquid scintillator as detection medium, the Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) will have highly competitive sensitivity to MeV-scale neutrino, and will play an important role in the emerging field of multi-messenger astronomy, especially for the transient events where high radioactivity background can be easily bypassed. We will present a multi-messenger trigger system, which is built on novel hardware/firmware and lowers the detector trigger threshold by an order of magnitude -- to as low as 20 keV. This trigger system will enable the widest broadband real-time monitoring of the transient neutrino sky and possibly steady signal searches at the sub-MeV to GeV energies, and can communicate with other multi-messenger facilities around the world on the millisecond time scale.


A low-latency multi-messenger and low-threshold trigger system at JUNO, built on novel firmware.

Primary author

Prof. Donglian Xu (Tsung-Dao Lee Institute)


Mr Feiyang Zhang (Shanghai Jiao Tong University) Dr Ziping Ye (Tsung-Dao Lee Institute)

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