Klaus Hanke

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We describe the status of the effort to realize a first neutrino factory and the progress made in understanding the problems associated with the collection and cooling of muons towards that end. We summarize the physics that can be done with neutrino factories as well as with intense cold beams of muons. The physics potential of muon colliders is reviewed,(More)
We describe the status of our effort to realize a first neutrino factory and the progress made in understanding the problems associated with the collection and cooling of muons towards that end. We summarize the physics that can be done with neutrino factories as well as with intense cold beams of muons. The physics potential of muon colliders is reviewed,(More)
For further maintenance of the medieval fortress it seemed necessary in 1997 to start a serious renovation of the whole complex of the various buildings. To record and document the situation before and compare it to the status after the renovation a photogrammetric recording was initiated. We used some of the existing data of this documentation and(More)
Experimental and theoretical activities are underway at CERN [1] with the aim of examining the feasibility of a very-high-flux neutrino source (≈10 21 neutrinos/year). In the present scheme, a high-power proton beam (some 4 MW) bombards a target where pions are produced. The pions are collected and decay to muons under controlled optical condition. The(More)
In this note a muon front-end without cooling is presented. The muons are captured, rotated and accelerated to the energy needed for injection into the first muon recirculator. The cavity parameters are consistent with those used for the CERN reference scenario [1]. The number of muons obtained per year is roughly one order of magnitude less than the one(More)
  • M Bogomilov, Y Karadzhov, D Kolev, I Russinov, R Tsenov, G Vankova-Kirilova +171 others
  • 2012
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