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Current status of the BAIKAL-GVD project


Avrorin, A.V. (Moscow, INR) ; Aynutdinov, V.M. (Moscow, INR) ; Belolaptikov, I.A. (Dubna, JINR) ; Bogorodsky, D.Yu. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Brudanin, V.B. (Dubna, JINR) ; Budnev, N.M. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Danilchenko, I.A. (Moscow, INR) ; Domogatsky, G.V. (Moscow, INR) ; Doroshenko, A.A. (Moscow, INR) ; Dyachok, A.N. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Dzhilkibaev, Zh-A.M. (Moscow, INR) ; Fialkovsky, S.V. (Nizhnii Novgorod State Tech. U.) ; Gaponenko, O.N. (Moscow, INR) ; Golubkov, K.V. (Dubna, JINR) ; Gress, O.A. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Gress, T.I. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Grishin, O.G. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Kebkal, K.G. (SPECS, Berlin) ; Kebkal, O.G. (SPECS, Berlin) ; Klabukov, A.M. (Moscow, INR) ; Konishchev, K.V. (Dubna, JINR) ; Korobchenko, A.V. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Koshechkin, A.P. (Moscow, INR) ; Koshel, F.K. (Moscow, INR) ; Kozhin, V.A. (SINP, Moscow) ; Kulepov, V.F. (Nizhnii Novgorod State Tech. U.) ; Kuleshov, D.A. (Moscow, INR) ; Kuzmichev, L.A. (SINP, Moscow) ; Ljashuk, V.I. (Moscow, INR) ; Milenin, M.B. (Nizhnii Novgorod State Tech. U.) ; Mirgazov, R.A. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Osipova, E.R. (SINP, Moscow) ; Pakhorukov, A.L. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Panfilov, A.I. (Moscow, INR) ; Pankov, A.L. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Pankov, L.V. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Perevalov, A.A. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Petukhov, D.A. (Moscow, INR) ; Pliskovsky, E.N. (Dubna, JINR) ; Poleshuk, V.A. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Popova, E.G. (SINP, Moscow) ; Rozanov, M.I. (St. Petersburg Maritime Tech. U.) ; Rubtsov, V.F. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Rjabov, E.V. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Shaybonov, B.A. (Dubna, JINR) ; Shirokov, A.V. (SINP, Moscow) ; Sheifler, A.A. (Dubna, JINR) ; Skurikhin, A.V. (SINP, Moscow) ; Suvorova, O.V. (Moscow, INR) ; Tarashchansky, B.A. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Yagunov, A.S. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Zagorodnikov, A.V. (Irkutsk State U.) ; Zhukov, V.A. (Moscow, INR) ; Zurbanov, V.L. (Irkutsk State U.)

Published in: Nucl.Instrum.Meth.
Year: 2013
Vol.: A725
Page No: 23-26
Pages: 4
Year: 2013

Abstract: We present a status of the Baikal-GVD Project. The objective of this project is a construction of a km3-scale neutrino telescope in the Lake Baikal. As an important milestone, the first GVD engineering array has been deployed and ran in April, 2011. Application of a completely new technology gave us an opportunity to study all the basic elements of the future full detector and to finalize the GVD technical design. We discuss the configuration and the design of the engineering array as well as data performance with the preliminary results.

Keyword(s): Neutrino telescopes ; BAIKAL


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DOI: 10.1016/j.nima.2012.11.151
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