Physics PAN Seminar by Dr. Elena Gramellini (FNAL)

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Date: November 20, 2020
Time: 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Location: on zoom
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Category: Seminar

Title: "The What, the Why and the How of Testbeam Experiments for Neutrinos"

Abstract: As we enter the era of neutrino precision physics, the need arises for detectors with highly accurate response models, for full scale proto-types, and for a detailed understanding of the interplay between the products of neutrino interactions and the target nucleus. Testbeam experiments can provide all of that. This talk will present a (biased) overview of recent testbeam efforts for neutrino physics, focusing on experiments with high Fermilab involvement. By discussing a few selected examples, we will explore why and how testbeam experiments are key players in the current neutrino physics panorama.

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