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Theia: an advanced optical neutrino detector

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Theia: an advanced optical neutrino detector
Author(s)
Askins M.; Bagdasarian Z.; Barros N.; Beier E.W.; Blucher E.; Bonventre R.; Bourret E.; Callaghan E.J.; Caravaca J.; Diwan M.; Dye S.T.; Eisch J.; Elagin A.; Enqvist T.; Fischer V.; Frankiewicz K.; Grant C.; Guffanti D.; Hagner C.; Hallin A.; Jackson C.M.; Jiang R.; Kaptanoglu T.; Klein J.R.; Kolomensky Y.G.; Kraus C.; Krennrich F.; Kutter T.; Lachenmaier T.; Land B.; Lande K.; Learned J.G.; Lozza V.; Ludhova L.; Malek M.; Manecki S.; Maneira J.; Maricic J.; Martyn J.; Mastbaum A.; Mauger C.; Moretti F.; Napolitano J.; Naranjo B.; Nieslony M.; Oberauer L.; OrebiGann G.D.; Ouellet J.; Pershing T.; Petcov S.T.; Pickard L.; Rosero R.; Sanchez M.C.; Sawatzki J.; Seon Hee Seo; Smiley M.; Smy M.; Stahl A.; Steiger H.; Stock M.R.; Sunej H.; Svoboda R.; Tiras E.; Trzaska W.H.; Tzanov M.; Vagins M.; Vilela C.; Wang Z.; Wang J.; Wetstein M.; Wilking M.J.; Winslow L.; Wittich P.; Wonsak B.; Worcester E.; Wurm M.; Yang G.; Yeh M.; Zimmerman E.D.; Zsoldos S.; Zuber K.
Subject
OSCILLATION EXPERIMENTS, ; COSMOGENIC ACTIVATION, ; SOLAR NEUTRINOS, ; SIMULATION, ; FACILITY, ; SIGNALS, ; SEARCH, ; MODELS, ; SYSTEM, ; PROBES
Publication Date
2020-05
Journal
EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C, v.80, no.5, pp.416
Publisher
SPRINGER
Abstract
© 2020, The Author(s). New developments in liquid scintillators, high-efficiency, fast photon detectors, and chromatic photon sorting have opened up the possibility for building a large-scale detector that can discriminate between Cherenkov and scintillation signals. Such a detector could reconstruct particle direction and species using Cherenkov light while also having the excellent energy resolution and low threshold of a scintillator detector. Situated deep underground, and utilizing new techniques in computing and reconstruction, this detector could achieve unprecedented levels of background rejection, enabling a rich physics program spanning topics in nuclear, high-energy, and astrophysics, and across a dynamic range from hundreds of keV to many GeV. The scientific program would include observations of low- and high-energy solar neutrinos, determination of neutrino mass ordering and measurement of the neutrino CP-violating phase δ, observations of diffuse supernova neutrinos and neutrinos from a supernova burst, sensitive searches for nucleon decay and, ultimately, a search for neutrinoless double beta decay, with sensitivity reaching the normal ordering regime of neutrino mass phase space. This paper describes Theia, a detector design that incorporates these new technologies in a practical and affordable way to accomplish the science goals described above
URI
https://pr.ibs.re.kr/handle/8788114/7871
DOI
10.1140/epjc/s10052-020-7977-8
ISSN
1434-6044
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Center for Underground Physics(지하실험 연구단) > 1. Journal Papers (저널논문)
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