June 22, 2020 to July 2, 2020
US/Central timezone

Exploring New Physics at nuSTORM

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Mr Kaustav Chakraborty (Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad)


The Neutrinos from Stored muons (nuSTORM) facility has been proposed to measure $\nu_e ~ N$ and $\nu_\mu ~ N$ cross section very precisely. nuSTORM shows excellent promise to search for the existence of light sterile neutrinos that have been postulated to explain the LSND and MiniBooNE results with Charged Current events in a magnetized Iron calorimeter detector.
In this study we study the effect of Neutral current events in conjunction with the CC events at the detector to probe the sterile neutrino parameters.
We also explore the ability of nuSTORM to resolve the various non-unitarity parameters like $\alpha_{11}$, $|\alpha_{21}|$ and $\alpha_{22}$ considering both charged current and neutral current events.


Exploring sterile neutrino & non-unitarity at nuSTORM with CC and NC events using the MIND detector

Primary authors

Mr Kaustav Chakraborty (Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad) Prof. Kenneth Long (Imperial College London) Prof. Srubabati Goswami (Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad)

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