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XVI NEXT Collaboration Meeting

The 16th NEXT Collaboration Meeting will be held at IFIC on November 6 and 7. The meeting will be focused on the commencement of operations of the NEW detector at the Laboratorio Subterráneo de Canfranc, and the latest analyses of the NEXT-DEMO prototype installed at IFIC.

The NEXT Collaboration comprises about 60 physicist from over 10 institutions in 5 different countries. The spokesperson of the Collaboration is Prof. JJ Gómez Cadenas.

Collaboration between NEXT and the CLPU of Salamanca

The collaboration of NEXT with the CLPU (Centro de Láseres pulsados) of Salamanca has started.

"El Centro de Láseres Pulsados en su calidad de centro de investigación de usuarios va a aportar la tecnología láser para acelerar la investigación y lograr mayor precisión en las mediciones. Su reto será detectar iones-bario procedentes de la "doble desintegración beta sin neutrinos" del gas Xenon utilizado en el experimento (Barium Tagging)." from salamanca24horas.

"El Centro de Láseres Pulsados (CLPU) de Salamanca diseñará tecnología esencial para el proyecto NEXT, que busca demostrar si el neutrino es su propia antipartícula, lo cual explicaría la existencia de la materia." from dycit.

The NEXT movie is finished

Neutrino, measuring the unexpected.

 

Francis Halzen interviewed by Jotdown

Interesting and curious interview with Francis Halzen, spokesperson and leader of the Ice Cube experiment in the Antarctica.

 

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Institutions

 

Co-spokespersons

Juan José Gómez Cadenas: Juan.Jose.Gomez.Cadenas@ific.uv.es

Dave Nygren: nygren@uta.edu

Links

  • Report from LSC - May 2016

  • Report from LSC - Nov 2015

  • Report from LSC - Nov 2014

  • Report to the Nuclear Science Advisory Committee - May 2014

  • Report from Consolider - CUP

  • arXiv:1202.0721v1 [physics.ins-det] - Technical Design Report

  • arXiv:1106.3630v1 [physics.ins-det] - Conceptual Design Report

  • arXiv:0907.4054 [hep-ex] - Letter of Intent to LSC

  • Laboratorio Subterráneo de Canfranc (LSC)

     

    Starting from March 2013, NEXT is a Recognized Experiment at CERN!