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Studying Neutrino Oscillations with the T2K Experiment

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    Prof L Thompson
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About This PhD Project

Project Description

The Sheffield T2K group are currently involved in analyses of so-called CCpi0 events, i.e. charged current events that contain one neutral pion, an important channel when understanding electron neutrino appearance systematic errors. The group also has responsibility for timing calibration in the ND280 detector. The student will also have the opportunity to spend longer periods of time (typically 6-12 months) out at J-PARC where they will participate in shift work on the T2K ND280 near detector at J-PARC in Japan.

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