Towards seeking Theta(13):status and initial data from T2K

, T2K Collaboration (2011) Towards seeking Theta(13):status and initial data from T2K. Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 287 (1). ISSN 1742-6588

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T2K is a long-baseline neutrino oscillation experiment with the primary aim of measuring the smallest and most elusive neutrino mixing angle, θ13. 2010 saw the beginning of the T2K data-taking phase. This paper gives an overview of the T2K experiment, its goals and current status, and will discuss some of the initial data. All parts of the experiment: beamline, near detectors and far detector, are functioning well. In the far detector, 23 events have been selected from the first T2K dataset. Particle identification in the far detector also is discussed in this paper. Detailed analysis has not yet been completed.

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