GENIUS - A new underground observatory for non-accelerator particle physics

@inproceedings{Klapdorkleingrothaus2002GENIUSA,
  title={GENIUS - A new underground observatory for non-accelerator particle physics},
  author={H. V. Klapdor-kleingrothaus},
  year={2002}
}
The GENIUS (Germanium in Liquid Nitrogen Underground Setup) project has been proposed in 1997 [2] as first third generation double beta decay project, with a sensitivity aiming down to a level of an effective neutrino mass of 〈mν〉 < 0.01 eV or less. Such sensitivity is important to fix the structure of the neutrino mass matrix with high accuracy, which cannot be done by neutrino oscillation experiments alone. GENIUS will allow broad access also to many other topics of physics beyond the… Expand
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