The Mu2e Electromagnetic Calorimeter
The Mu2e experiment at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory will search for the CLFV neutrino-less conversion of a negative muon into an electron in the ﬁeld of an aluminum nucleus. The Mu2e design has been studied to improve the single event sensitivity of four orders of magnitude with respect to the previous experiments and provide an indirect probe for New Physics energy scales up to thousands TeV. Mu2e is composed of a tracker, an electromagnetic calorimeter, and an external veto for cosmic rays. The calorimeter provides a powerful particle identiﬁcation and an online trigger while operating in a harsh environment. We report on the status of the calorimeter components production, the quality assurance tests, and the tests performed with a reduced-scale prototype.
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