2-7 May 2010
Oustau Calendal Conference Center
Europe/Paris timezone
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R&D towards the MEMPHYS detector

7 May 2010, 10:10
25m
Oustau Calendal Conference Center

Oustau Calendal Conference Center

Cassis, France
Oral presentation Research & Development for future experiments Research and Development for future detectors

Speaker

Prof. Thomas Patzak (Université Paris Diderot Paris 7)

Description

MEMPHYS is a 0,5 Mton scale Water Cerenkov detector proposed for deep underground installation. Its performance with neutrino beams includes the possibility of measuring the mixing angle θ13, the CP violating phase δ and mass hierarchy. In addition, it would have an unprecedented reach for nucleon decay searches and for supernova neutrino detection. One R&D item currently being carried out is Memphyno, a small-scale prototype. Its main purpose is to serve as a test bench for new photodetection and data acquisition solutions, such the grouped readout and HV feeding system We will present the aims and status ofMemphyno.
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Primary author

Prof. Thomas Patzak (Université Paris Diderot Paris 7)

Presentation Materials

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