Feb 18 – 26, 2021
Europe/Rome timezone

Oscillation Physics in JUNO

Feb 24, 2021, 10:20 AM
Room 3 (https://unipd.link/NeuTel-ParallelRoom3)

Room 3


Parallel Contributed Talk Neutrino Masses and Mixings Oscillations


Yury Malyshkin (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia)


The Jiangmen Undergrond Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) is an upcomming multipurpose experiment focused on resolving the neu- trino mass ordering, an open question of modern neutrino physics. With its 20-kton liquid scintillator target instrumented with 18000 20” PMTs and 25600 3” PMTs the JUNO detector will measure neu- trino spectrum from nuclear reactors at about 53 km distance with 3% energy resolution at 1 MeV. It will allow to resolve the oscillation pattern driven by both the larger mass splittings (∆m231 and ∆m232) and the smaller one (∆m21). This will allow JUNO alone to determine the correct mass ordering at a 3-sigma confidence level within 6 years and provide valuable input for joint analyses with other experiments. Besides that JUNO will measure three oscillation parameters: θ12, ∆m21 and ∆m231 with better than 0.6% accuracy, largerly improving the current precision.

Collaboration name Juno Collaboration

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