FINeSSE
FIne-grained Neutrino Scattering Scintillator Experiment

Low energy, high intensity neutrino beams provide venues to explore a wealth of neutrino physics in addition to the oscillation physics already underway.  A 10 ton detector located at a near location in these low energy beams could definitively measure the strange quark contribution to the nucleon spin.  In addition, it could investigate neutrino-nucleon charged-current quasielastic and neutral-current elastic scattering, charged- and neutral-current pion-production reactions, and neutrino-electron elastic scattering cross sections.  This detector would also complement the existing short baseline neutrino oscillation programs by measuring these cross sections and providing a better understanding of these low energy neutrino sources.
 
 

                                                           

The FINeSSE
Proposal

The BNL FINeSSE
LOI

The FNAL FINeSSE LOI
Talks
Papers and
References

Neutrino scattering physics links
FINeSSE at work

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