Latest T2K results on neutrino-nucleus cross sections
Cross section measurements are important for long-baseline oscillation experiments to reach their final sensitivity. The T2K near detector complex, designed to constrain the T2K flux and cross section models, also provides a complementary program of neutrino interaction cross section measurements.
Through the use of various target materials (carbon, water, argon, iron, lead) and with on- and off-axis detectors which probe the neutrino spectra at different energies, T2K is able to explore different aspects of neutrino interactions modelling.
These proceedings give an overview of the recent T2K neutrino cross section results.
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