Volume 421 - Neutrino Oscillation Workshop (NOW2022) - Session I. Oscillation parameters: present
Recent results from DANSS
I.G. Alekseev
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Abstract
DANSS is a solid state scintillator neutrino spectrometer placed at a small distance from the
commercial nuclear reactor of Kalininskaya NPP. The distance from the detector to the center of
the reactor core can be changed online in the range 10.9-12.9 m. This fact together with a very
high neutrino counting rate (more than 5000 events per day) and low background makes DANSS
an ideal detector to search for neutrino oscillations in 1 eV$^2$ Δ𝑚$^2$ range.

We report the results based on the statistics of 6 million events, obtained between April 2016
and March 2022. The results include limits in the short range oscillation parameter space, fuel
evolution studies and the bump in the neutrino spectrum. The talk will also cover our plans of the