The T2K experiment and downstream electromagnetic calorimeter.

Davies, G. and Bertram, Ian and Chilingarov, Alexandre and Finch, A. and Hatzikoutelis, A. and Kormos, L. and Marion, T. and Mercer, I.J. and Peeters, S. and Ratoff, Peter N. and Statter, J. (2008) The T2K experiment and downstream electromagnetic calorimeter. In: The 2007 Europhysics Conference on High Energy Physics, 2007-07-01.

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Abstract

T2K (Tokai to Kamioka) is a 295km long-baseline experiment in Japan, which is due to start taking commissioning data late in 2009. It is designed to measure muon-neutrino oscillations to other flavours. This will enable the measurement of some of the components of the MNSP mixing matrix. One of the UK's main contributions is the construction of an Electromagnetic Calorimeter (ECal) for the near detector, ND280, situated 280m downstream from the neutrino production target. This poster focuses on the Downstream ECal. Construction of this key module is due to begin in October 2007. It is then to be packaged and shipped to CERN in Spring 2009 for calibration tests and it is the aim that it will be installed in Tokai later in 2009. Lancaster University is responsible for the construction of the DS-ECal.

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Contribution to Conference (Poster)
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The 2007 Europhysics Conference on High Energy Physics
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doi: 10.1088/1742-6596/110/12/122012
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19897
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18 Nov 2008 14:27
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