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October 31, 2018 to November 4, 2018
UBC Robson Square
America/Vancouver timezone

Status and physics prospects of Jinping Neutrino Experiment

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Theatre (Room C300) (UBC Robson Square)

Theatre (Room C300)

UBC Robson Square

800 Robson St, Vancouver, BC V6Z 3B7


Prof. Jian Tang (Sun Yat-Sen University)


The China Jinping Underground Laboratory (CJPL), which has the lowest cosmic-ray muon flux and the lowest reactor neutrino flux of any laboratory, is ideal to carry out low-energy neutrino experiments. With two detectors and a total fiducial mass of 2000 tons for solar neutrino physics, the Jinping neutrino experiment will have the potential to identify the neutrinos from the CNO fusion cycles of the Sun, to cover the transition phase for the solar neutrino oscillation from vacuum to matter mixing, and to measure the geo-neutrino fluxes, including the Th/U ratio. A 1-ton prototype has been taking data since 2017, where development of the slow liquid scintillator is being carried out. This talk will review the project and cover the recent progress.

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Prof. Jian Tang (Sun Yat-Sen University)

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