PoS - Proceedings of Science
Volume 390 - 40th International Conference on High Energy physics (ICHEP2020) - Parallel: Neutrino Physics
The ENUBET experiment
F. Terranova,* F. Acerbi, G. Ballerini, M. Bonesini, A. Branca, C. Brizzolari, G. Brunetti, M. Calviani, S. Capelli, S. Carturan, M.G. Catanesi, S. Cecchini, N. Charitonidis, F. Cindolo, G. Collazuol, E. Conti, F. Dal Corso, C. Delogu, G. De Rosa, A. Falcone, B. Goddard, A. Gola, C. Jollet, V. Kein, B. Klicek, Y.G. Kudenko, M. Laveder, A. Longhin, L. Ludovici, E. Lutsenko, L. Magaletti, G. Mandrioli, A. Margotti, V. Mascagna, N. Mauri, L. Meazza, A. Meregaglia, M. Mezzetto, M. Nessi, A. Paoloni, M. Pari, E. Parozzi, L. Pasqualini, G. Paternoster, L. Patrizii, M. Pozzato, M. Prest, F. Pupilli, E. Radicioni, C. Riccio, A.C. Ruggeri, C. Scian, G. Sirri, M. Stipcevic, F. Terranova, M. Tenti, M. Torti, E. Vallazza, F. Velotti, M. Vesco, L. Votano
*corresponding author
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Abstract
The CERN NP06/ENUBET experiment is designing the first ``monitored neutrino beam'', i.e. a neutrino beam with unprecedented control of the flux, energy, and flavor of the neutrinos at the source. The original aim of ENUBET was to monitor the $\nu_e$ production mostly by the detection of large-angle positrons from three-body semileptonic decays of kaons: $K^+ \rightarrow e^+ \pi^0 \nu_e$.
Over the years, the ENUBET technique has been extended to cover also the monitoring of the $\nu_\mu$ from kaon and pion decays. In this paper, we present these new developments and the overall status of the project.
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