Séminaire spécialisé

jeudi 23 mars 2023 à 14:00

Amphi Georges BESSE

Astrophysics and neutrino physics with JUNO: from sub-MeV to few-GeV energies

Marta Colomer Molla


JUNO will be the largest and most precise ever built liquid scintillator detector. It is a multi-purpose experiment primarily designed to detect reactor neutrinos from eight nuclear cores located at 53 km distance in order to study reactor neutrino oscillations. We review the latest sensitivity results of JUNO, with a focus on the natural sources of interest for JUNO, and discuss its astrophysics potential. We give a summary on the detector status.