01 09 03 3 v 1 2 1 Se p 20 01 Letter of Intent KATRIN : A next generation tritium beta decay experiment with sub-eV sensitivity for the electron neutrino mass

@inproceedings{Osipowicz20080100,
  title={01 09 03 3 v 1 2 1 Se p 20 01 Letter of Intent KATRIN : A next generation tritium beta decay experiment with sub-eV sensitivity for the electron neutrino mass},
  author={Alexander Osipowicz and H. J. Bl{\"u}mer and Guido Drexlin and Klaus Eitel and G. Meisel and P. Plischke and F. Schwamm and Markus Steidl and Hartmut Gemmeke and Carroll N. Day and Rainer Gehring and Rob Heller and K.-P. Juengst and Paul Komarek and Wade Lehmann and Andrew Mack and Hartmut Neumann and Mathias Noe and Tapio Schneider and L. Doerr and Manfred Glugla and R. Laesser and Tatjana Kepcija and J. Wolf and J. Bonn and Beate Bornschein and Lutz Bornschein and Brenton Flatt and C. Kraus and Berndt M{\"u}ller and Ernst W Otten and J.-P. Schall and Th Th{\"u}mmler and Ch. Weinheimer and V M Aseev and A. Belesev and A. Berlev and E. V. Geraskin and Alexey Golubev and Oleg Kazachenko and V. Lobashev and Nickolai Titov and V. Usanov and S. Zadoroghny and Otokar Dragoun and A. Kovaĺık and Manfred Rysavy and Alexandra Anna Spalek and P. J. Doe and Steven R. Elliott and R. G. Hamish Robertson and J. F. Wilkerson},
  year={2008}
}
With the compelling evidence for massive neutrinos from recent ν-oscillation experiments, one of the most fundamental tasks of particle physics over the next years will be the determination of the absolute mass scale of neutrinos. The absolute value of ν-masses will have crucial implications for cosmology, astrophysics and particle physics. We present the… CONTINUE READING