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Particle Physics Seminar
"Neutrino Interactions with Nuclei and Long-Baseline Experiments"
Presented by Professor Ulrich Mosel, Giessen University
10 am, Small Seminar Room, Bldg. 510
Friday, March 24, 2017, 10:00 am
Hosted by: ''Xin Qian''
The extraction of neutrino mixing parameters and the CP-violating phase requires knowledge of the neutrino energy. This energy must be reconstructed from the final state of a neutrino-nucleus reaction since all long-baseline experiments use nuclear targets. This reconstruction requires detailed knowledge of the neutrino reactions with bound nucleons and of the final state interactions of hadrons with the nuclear environment. Quantum-kinetic transport theory can be used to build an event generator for this reconstruction that takes basic nuclear properties, such as binding, into account. Some examples are discussed that show the effects of nuclear interactions on observables in long-baseline experiments.
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