On Saturday, Nov. 2, and Sunday morning, Nov. 3, Fermilab will host “Precision Time-Structure in On-Axis Neutrino Beams”, a workshop on using the correlation of time-of-arrival with neutrino energy. The workshop follows a Joint Experimental-Theoretical Physics Seminar (“Wine and Cheese”) with the same title at 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1.
Topics to be explored include:
1) Current estimates of future precision and systematic uncertainties in DUNE, DUNE/Prism, and DUNE/Prism + precision timing;
2) Beam dynamics and RF issues in re-bunching the Main Injector beam to form short proton bunches;
3) Detector timing specs, current plans, and challenges;
4) Wide-ranging discussions of future precision, systematics, and ideas.
The agenda and the registration form are here:
This workshop is sponsored by Fermilab and the University of Chicago.