13-14 March 2014
Day 1: SAL F, Lund Institute of Technology and Day 2: Conf room Tänkartanken, ESS AB
Europe/Paris timezone

Scientific Programme

The European Spallation Source Neutrino Super Beam proposal to discover CP Violation in the leptonic sector profits from the construction of the very powerful 5 MW ESS proton linac. As it has been shown by the "snowmass" comparison plots, this facility has superior performance than all other proposed conventional neutrino beams. Steps forward have now to be done in order to finance our future studies. This first face-to-face ESSnuSB meeting at Lund will be the first occasion to discuss our application to the Horizon 2020 Design Study call.