2018 February 06
2018 June 18
The MicroBooNE experiment uses the Liquid Argon Time Projection Chamber technology to study the properties of neutrino oscillations. In parallel, an active program of measuring the neutrino-Argon cross-sections is making rapid progress, which is desirable while demonstrating the capability of producing high level physics results, can also directly impact the precision of the oscillation analyses. This talk reviews several on-going cross-section analyses and their connections in reaching MicroBooNE's oscillation goals.