Status and prospects for CUORE

Canonica, L. ; Alduino, C. ; Alfonso, K. ; Artusa, D.R. ; Avignone, F.T. ; Azzolini, O. ; Banks, T.I. ; Bari, G. ; Beeman, J.W. ; Bellini, F. ; Bersani, A. ; Biassoni, M. ; Branca, A. ; Brofferio, C. ; Bucci, C. ; Camacho, A. ; Caminata, A. ; Cao, X.G. ; Capelli, S. ; Cappelli, L. ; Carbone, L. ; Cardani, L. ; Carniti, P. ; Casali, N. ; Cassina, L. ; Chiesa, D. ; Chott, N. ; Clemenza, M. ; Copello, S. ; Cosmelli, C. ; Cremonesi, O. ; Creswick, R.J. ; Cushman, J.S. ; D''Addabbo, A. ; Dafinei, I. ; Davis, C.J. ; Dell''Oro, S. ; Deninno, M.M. ; Di Domizio, S. ; Di Vacri, M.L. ; Drobizhev, A. ; Fang, D.Q. ; Faverzani, M. ; Fernandes, G. ; Ferri, E. ; Ferroni, F. ; Fiorini, E. ; Franceschi, M.A. ; Freedman, S.J. ; Fujikawa, B.K. ; Giachero, A. ; Gironi, L. ; Giuliani, A. ; Gladstone, L. ; Gorla, P. ; Gotti, C. ; Gutierrez, T.D. ; Haller, E.E. ; Han, K. ; Hansen, E. ; Heeger, K.M. ; Hennings-Yeomans, R. ; Hickerson, K.P. ; Huang, H.Z. ; Kadel, R. ; Keppel, G. ; Kolomensky , Yu.G. ; Leder, A. ; Ligi, C. ; Lim, K.E. ; Liu, X. ; Ma, Y.G. ; Maino, M. ; Marini, L. ; Martinez, M. ; Maruyama, R.H. ; Mei, Y. ; Moggi, N. ; Morganti, S. ; Mosteiro, P.J. ; Napolitano, T. ; Nones, C. ; Norman, E.B. ; Novati, V. ; Nucciotti, A. ; O''Donnell, T. ; Orio, F. ; Ouellet, J.L. ; Pagliarone, C.E. ; Pallavicini, M. ; Palmieri, V. ; Pattavina, L. ; Pavan, M. ; Pessina, G. ; Pettinacci, V. ; Piperno, G. ; Pirro, S. ; Pozzi, S. ; Previtali, E. ; Rosenfeld, C. ; Rusconi, C. ; Sangiorgio, S. ; Santone, D. ; Scielzo, N.D. ; Singh, V. ; Sisti, M. ; Smith, A.R. ; Taffarello, L. ; Tenconi, M. ; Terranova, F. ; Tomei, C. ; Trentalange, S. ; Vignati, M. ; Wagaarachchi, S.L. ; Wang, B.S. ; Wang, H.W. ; Wilson, J. ; Winslow, L.A. ; Wise, T. ; Woodcraft, A. ; Zanotti, L. ; Zhang, G.Q. ; Zhu, B.X. ; Zimmermann, S. ; Zucchelli, S.
Status and prospects for CUORE
Resumen: CUORE is a cryogenic detector consisting of 988 TeO2 crystals, 750 g each, and will be operated at a temperature of ~10 mK, to search for neutrinoless double beta decay (0¿ßß) of 130Te. The detector, in the final stages of construction at the Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso (Italy), will start its operations in 2016. CUORE-0, its pilot experiment, has proven the feasibility of CUORE, demonstrating that the target background of 0.01 counts/keV/kg/y and the energy resolution of 5 keV are within reach. CUORE-0 also made the most precise measurement of the 2¿ßß decay. The expected sensitivity of CUORE to the 0¿ßß 130Te half-life is 9 •1025y, for 5 years of data taking. Here, we report the most recent results of CUORE-0, their implications for CUORE, and the current status of the CUORE experiment.
Idioma: Inglés
DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/888/1/012034
Año: 2017
Publicado en: Journal of physics. Conference series 888, 1 (2017), 012034 [6 pp]
ISSN: 1742-6588

Factor impacto SCIMAGO: 0.241 - Physics and Astronomy (miscellaneous) (Q3)

Tipo y forma: Article (Published version)

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