CUORE and Beyond: Bolometric Techniques to Explore Inverted Neutrino Mass Hierarchy

  title={CUORE and Beyond: Bolometric Techniques to Explore Inverted Neutrino Mass Hierarchy},
  author={D. R. Artusa and F. T. Iii Avignone and Oscar Azzolini and M Balata and Thomas I. Banks and G. Bari and Jeffrey W. Beeman and Fabio Bellini and Andrea Bersani and M. Biassoni and Chiara Brofferio and C. Bucci and X. Z. Cai and A. Camacho and L. Canonica and X. G. Cao and Simonetta Capelli and Ludovico Carbone and Laura Cardani and M. Carrettoni and Nicola Casali and D. Chiesa and Nicholas Chott and Massimiliano Clemenza and S. Copello and Carlo Cosmelli and O. Cremonesi and Richard J. Creswick and Ioan Dafinei and Adam Dally and Vladimir I. Datskov and Anna Maria De Biasi and M. M. Deninno and Sergio Di Domizio and Maria Laura di Vacri and Larissa M. Ejzak and Deqing Fang and Horacio A. Farach and M. Faverzani and G. Fernandes and Evelyn Ferri and F Ferroni and Ettore Fiorini and M.A. Franceschi and Stuart J. Freedman and B. K. Fujikawa and Andrea Giachero and Luca Gironi and Alessandro Giuliani and John J. Goett and Paolo Gorla and Claudio Gotti and Thomas Dominic Gutierrez and Eugene E. Haller and K. Han and K M Heeger and Raul Hennings-Yeomans and H. Z. Huang and Richard W. Kadel and Kareem Kazkaz and G. Keppel and Yu. G. Kolomensky and Y. L. Li and Carlo Ligi and X. R. Liu and Y. G. Ma and Cecilia Maiano and Matteo Maino and M. Martinez and Reina Maruyama and Yuan Mei and N. Moggi and S. Morganti and T. Napolitano and Stefano Nisi and Claudia Nones and Eric B. Norman and Angelo Nucciotti and T. O'donnell and Filippo Orio and Donato Orlandi and Jonathan Loren Ouellet and Marco Pallavicini and Vincenzo Palmieri and Luca Pattavina and Maura Pavan and Marisa Pedretti and Gianluigi Pessina and Valerio Pettinacci and Gabriele Piperno and C Pira and Stefano Pirr{\`o} and E. Previtali and V. Rampazzo and Carl Rosenfeld and Claudia Rusconi and E. Sala and Samuele Sangiorgio and Nicholas D. Scielzo and M. Sisti and A. R. Smith and Luca Taffarello and M. Tenconi and Francesco Terranova and Wen-Dong Tian and Claudia Tomei and S. Trentalange and Guglielmo Ventura and Marco Vignati and B. S. Wang and H. W. Wang and Lauren Wielgus and J S Wilson and Lindley Winslow and T. S. Wise and Adam L. Woodcraft and L. Zanotti and C. Zarra and Brian Xiaoyu Zhu and S. Zhou J. Zucchelli},
  journal={Physics Procedia},
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