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Status of the ESSνSB Target Station Design

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Dr Tamer Tolba (Institut für Experimentalphysik, Universität Hamburg)


In the search for the CP-violation in the leptonic sector, the next generation of neutrino experiments will consider new baselines and technologies to improve their sensitivity on δCP parameter. The future ESSνSB experiment aims at searching this asymmetry at 5σ significance level, in more than 60% of the leptonic Dirac δCP violating phase range, and measuring the phase value with precision, by using a very high intensity neutrino beam generated with the European Spallation Source 5 MW linac in Lund (Sweden) allowing the installation of the far neutrino detector at the second oscillation maximum.
Several technological challenges must be studied before the design of the ESSνSB experiment. In particular, the design of the Target-Station producing the neutrino super-beam from the proton linac beam is one of the highest priorities at this phase of the project. We will report on the ongoing target-station design efforts.


ESSνSB experiment aims for the CP-violation search in the leptonic sector at 5σ significance level

Experiment/Collaboration ESSνSB Collaboration

Primary author

Dr Tamer Tolba (Institut für Experimentalphysik, Universität Hamburg)

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