/ Instrumentation


Improvements in the simulation code of the SOX experiment


Caminata, A. (INFN, Genoa) ; Agostini, M. (GSSI, Aquila) ; Altenmüeller, K. (TUM-IAS, Munich) ; Appel, S. (TUM-IAS, Munich) ; Atroshchenko, V. (Kurchatov Inst., Moscow) ; Bellini, G. (Milan U.) ; Benziger, J. (Princeton U., Chem. Eng. Dept.) ; Bick, D. (Hamburg U.) ; Bonfini, G. (Gran Sasso) ; Bravo, D. (Virginia Tech.) ; Caccianiga, B. (Milan U.) ; Calaprice, F. (Princeton U.) ; Carlini, M. (Gran Sasso) ; Cavalcante, P. (Virginia Tech.) ; Chepurnov, A. (SINP, Moscow) ; Choi, K. (Hawaii U.) ; Cribier, M. (IRFU, SPhN, Saclay) ; D'Angelo, D. (Milan U.) ; Davini, S. (GSSI, Aquila) ; Derbin, A. (St. Petersburg, INP) ; Noto, L.Di (INFN, Genoa) ; Drachnev, I. (GSSI, Aquila) ; Durero, M. (IRFU, SPhN, Saclay) ; Etenko, A. (Kurchatov Inst., Moscow) ; Farinon, S. (INFN, Genoa) ; Fischer, V. (IRFU, SPhN, Saclay) ; Fomenko, K. (Dubna, JINR) ; Franco, D. (APC, Paris) ; Gabriele, F. (Gran Sasso) ; Gaffiot, J. (IRFU, SPhN, Saclay) ; Galbiati, C. (Princeton U.) ; Gschwender, M. (Tubingen U.) ; Ghiano, C. (INFN, Genoa) ; Giammarchi, M. (Milan U.) ; Goeger-Neff, M. (TUM-IAS, Munich) ; Goretti, A. (Princeton U.) ; Gromov, M. (SINP, Moscow) ; Hagner, C. (Hamburg U.) ; Houdy, Th. (APC, Paris) ; Hungerford, E. (Houston U.) ; Ianni, Aldo (Gran Sasso) ; Ianni, Andrea (Princeton U.) ; Jonquères, N. (CEA, DEN, Saclay, SERMA) ; Jany, A. (Jagiellonian U.) ; Jedrzejczak, K. (Jagiellonian U.) ; Jeschke, D. (TUM-IAS, Munich) ; Kobychev, V. (Kiev, INR) ; Korablev, D. (Dubna, JINR) ; Korga, G. (Gran Sasso) ; Kornoukhov, V. (Moscow, ITEP) ; Kryn, D. (APC, Paris) ; Lachenmaier, T. (Tubingen U.) ; Lasserre, T. (IRFU, SPhN, Saclay) ; Laubenstein, M. (Gran Sasso) ; Lehnert, B. (Dresden, Tech. U., ITP) ; Link, J. (Virginia Tech.) ; Litvinovich, E. (Moscow Phys. Eng. Inst.) ; Lombardi, F. (Gran Sasso) ; Lombardi, P. (Milan U.) ; Ludhova, L. (Aachen, Tech. Hochsch.) ; Lukyanchenko, G. (Moscow Phys. Eng. Inst.) ; Machulin, I. (Moscow Phys. Eng. Inst.) ; Manecki, S. (Queen's U., Kingston) ; Maneschg, W. (Heidelberg, Max Planck Inst.) ; Manuzio, G. (INFN, Genoa) ; Marcocci, S. (GSSI, Aquila) ; Maricic, J. (Hawaii U.) ; Mention, G. (IRFU, SPhN, Saclay) ; Meroni, E. (Milan U.) ; Meyer, M. (Hamburg U.) ; Miramonti, L. (Milan U.) ; Misiaszek, M. (Gran Sasso) ; Montuschi, M. (INFN, Ferrara) ; Mosteiro, P. (Princeton U.) ; Muratova, V. (St. Petersburg, INP) ; Musenich, R. (INFN, Genoa) ; Neumair, B. (TUM-IAS, Munich) ; Oberauer, L. (TUM-IAS, Munich) ; Obolensky, M. (APC, Paris) ; Ortica, F. (Perugia U.) ; Pallavicini, M. (INFN, Genoa) ; Papp, L. (TUM-IAS, Munich) ; Pocar, A. (Massachusetts U., Amherst) ; Ranucci, G. (Milan U.) ; Razeto, A. (Gran Sasso) ; Re, A. (Milan U.) ; Romani, A. (Perugia U.) ; Roncin, R. (APC, Paris) ; Rossi, N. (Gran Sasso) ; Schönert, S. (TUM-IAS, Munich) ; Scola, L. (IRFU, SPhN, Saclay) ; Semenov, D. (St. Petersburg, INP) ; Skorokhvatov, M. (Moscow Phys. Eng. Inst.) ; Smirnov, O. (Dubna, JINR) ; Sotnikov, A. (Dubna, JINR) ; Sukhotin, S. (Kurchatov Inst., Moscow) ; Suvorov, Y. (Kurchatov Inst., Moscow) ; Tartaglia, R. (Gran Sasso) ; Testera, G. (INFN, Genoa) ; Thurn, J. (Dresden, Tech. U., ITP) ; Toropova, M. (Kurchatov Inst., Moscow) ; Unzhakov, E. (St. Petersburg, INP) ; Veyssiére, C. (IRFU, SPhN, Saclay) ; Vishneva, A. (Dubna, JINR) ; Vivier, M. (IRFU, SPhN, Saclay) ; Vogelaar, R.B. (Virginia Tech.) ; von Feilitzsch, F. (TUM-IAS, Munich) ; Wang, H. (UCLA) ; Weinz, S. (U. Mainz, PRISMA) ; Winter, J. (U. Mainz, PRISMA) ; Wojcik, M. (Jagiellonian U.) ; Wurm, M. (U. Mainz, PRISMA) ; Yokley, Z. (Virginia Tech.) ; Zaimidoroga, O. (Dubna, JINR) ; Zavatarelli, S. (INFN, Genoa) ; Zuber, K. (Dresden, Tech. U., ITP) ; Zuzel, G. (Jagiellonian U.)

Published in: J.Phys.Conf.Ser.
Year: 2017
Vol.: 888    Num./Issue: 1
Page No: 012145
Pages: 3
Year: 2017-09-19 published

Abstract: The aim of the SOX experiment is to test the hypothesis of existence of light sterile neutrinos trough a short baseline experiment. Electron antineutrinos will be produced by an high activity source and detected in the Borexino experiment. Both an oscillometry approach and a conventional disappearance analysis will be performed and, if combined, SOX will be able to investigate most of the anomaly region at 95% c.l. This paper focuses on the improvements performed on the simulation code and on the techniques (calibrations) used to validate the results.


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DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/888/1/012145
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