The role of protoDUNE-SP in future oscillation physics
R. Diurba* and On behalf of the DUNE Collaboration
December 28, 2022
March 28, 2023
Long-baseline oscillation experiments are entering a new phase where neutrino beams can provide ultra-high fluxes over long distances. These beams will lead to an era of high statistics in large neutrino detectors, creating new systematic uncertainty-limited analyses. The Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) plans a high flux beam to travel 1300 km to 10-kT liquid argon detector modules. While neither the near detector nor the far detector has been constructed, prototypes of the DUNE Far Detector have been built and operated at CERN. One prototype, ProtoDUNE Single-Phase, is a full-scale mockup of the first 10-kT DUNE Far Detector module and can inform DUNE on detector performance and particle passage in argon. The proceedings discuss some published and in-progress results from ProtoDUNE-SP and how these results can impact current sensitivity studies and future analyses.
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