The baby mind muon spectrometer for the j-parc t59 (wagasci) experiment

M. Antonova, R. Asfandiyarov, R. Bayes, P. Benoit, A. Blondel, M. Bogomilov, A. Bross, F. Cadoux, A. Cervera, N. Chikuma, A. Dudarev, T. Ekelöf, Y. Favre, S. Fedotov, S. P. Hallsjö, A. K. Ichikawa, A. Izmaylov, Y. Karadzhov, M. Khabibullin, A. KhotyantsevA. Kleymenova, T. Koga, A. Kostin, Y. Kudenko, V. Likhacheva, B. Martinez, R. Matev, M. Medvedeva, A. Mefodiev, A. Minamino, O. Mineev, G. Mitev, M. Nessi, L. Nicola, E. Noah, T. Ovsiannikova, H. Pais Da Silva, S. Parsa, M. Rayner, G. Rolando, A. Shaykhiev, P. Simion, P. Soler, S. Suvorov, R. Tsenov, H. Ten Kate, G. Vankova-Kirilova, K. Yasutome, N. Yershov

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The Baby MIND spectrometer is designed to measure the momentum and charge of muons from neutrino interactions in water and hydrocarbon targets at the J-PARC T59 (WAGASCI) experiment. The WAGASCI experiment will measure the ratio of neutrino charged current interaction cross-sections on water and hydrocarbon aiming at reducing systematic errors in neutrino oscillation analyses at T2K. Construction of the Baby MIND detector within the CERN Neutrino Platform framework was completed in June 2017, where it underwent full commissioning and characterization on a charged particle beam line at the Proton Synchrotron experimental hall.

Original languageEnglish
JournalProceedings of Science
Publication statusPublished - 2017
Externally publishedYes
Event2017 European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics, EPS-HEP 2017 - Venice, Italy
Duration: 2017 Jul 52017 Jul 12

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