8-14 September 2019
Toyama International Conference Center
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Neutrino #19

Place

Location: Toyama International Conference Center
Address: taup2019-sec@km.icrr.u-tokyo.ac.jp
Date: 12 Sep 14:00 - 15:40

Conveners

    • Dr. Shimizu, Itaru (Tohoku University)

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Type: Oral presentation in parallel session Session: Neutrino #19
Track: Neutrinos
The <strong>Ka</strong>rlsruhe <strong>Tri</strong>tium <strong>N</strong>eutrino (KATRIN) experiment aims to search for the effective electron antineutrino mass with a sensitivity of 0.2 eV/c$^2$ (90 % C.L.) from the shape of the tritium $\beta$-decay electron energy spectrum. The first measurement campaign in KATRIN dedicated to the neutrino mass took place in Spring 2019 with about 25 % of ... More
Presented by Dr. Martin SLEZAK on 12/9/2019 at 14:20
Type: Oral presentation in parallel session Session: Neutrino #19
Track: Neutrinos
The Cosmic Neutrino Background is a solid prediction of the Standard Model of Cosmology and Particle Physics. There is plenty of indirect evidence for its existence but so far it escaped direct detection. I will explain the difficulties in such an endeavor and present some recent ideas and proposals for it. Interestingly, some of the proposals could act simultaneously as a dark matter experiment.
Presented by Martin SPINRATH on 12/9/2019 at 15:20
Type: Oral presentation in parallel session Session: Neutrino #19
Track: Neutrinos
The KArlsruhe TRItium Neutrino (KATRIN) experiment is designed to determine the effective mass of the electron-antineutrino with a target sensitivity of 200 meV/c2 (90% C.L.) in a direct and model- independent way. KATRIN uses a strong gaseous windowless Tritium source associated with a large high-resolution spectrometer (MAC-E filter) to analyze precisely the electron energies from the source. Th ... More
Presented by Dr. Thierry LASSERRE on 12/9/2019 at 14:00
Type: Oral presentation in parallel session Session: Neutrino #19
Track: Neutrinos
The goal of the Project 8 experiment is to measure the absolute neutrino mass using tritium beta decays and a new spectroscopic technique, Cyclotron Radiation Emission Spectroscopy (CRES). The first phase of Project 8 demonstrated that CRES could be used to detect single-electron cyclotron radiation and perform precision electron spectroscopy. We are in Phase II of the experiment, performing a 100 ... More
Presented by Dr. Noah OBLATH on 12/9/2019 at 14:40
Type: Oral presentation in parallel session Session: Neutrino #19
Track: Neutrinos
The goal of the Electron Capture in $^{163}$Ho (ECHo) experiment is the determination of the electron neutrino mass by the analysis of the electron capture spectrum of $^{163}$Ho. The detector technology is based on metallic magnetic calorimeters operated at a temperature of about 10 mK in a reduced background environment. For the first phase of the experiment, ECHo-1k, the detector production has ... More
Presented by Loredana GASTALDO on 12/9/2019 at 15:00
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