Modern experiments aimed at measuring neutrino oscillation parameters have entered the age of precision. The determination of these parameters strongly depends on the ability to reconstruct the energy distributions of the neutrino beams. We compare two different energy reconstruction techniques: the reconstruction based on the kinematic of the outgoing lepton and the one based on the calorimetric method. Furthermore, we analyze realistic detector capabilities, such as energy resolutions, thresholds and efficiencies, in order to estimate how well they need to be evaluated to avoid a significant bias in the extraction of the oscillation parameters.

Vagnoni, E. (2016). Neutrino energy reconstruction in long-baseline experiments. In -.

Neutrino energy reconstruction in long-baseline experiments

VAGNONI, ERICA
2016

Abstract

Modern experiments aimed at measuring neutrino oscillation parameters have entered the age of precision. The determination of these parameters strongly depends on the ability to reconstruct the energy distributions of the neutrino beams. We compare two different energy reconstruction techniques: the reconstruction based on the kinematic of the outgoing lepton and the one based on the calorimetric method. Furthermore, we analyze realistic detector capabilities, such as energy resolutions, thresholds and efficiencies, in order to estimate how well they need to be evaluated to avoid a significant bias in the extraction of the oscillation parameters.
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