J un 2 00 1 Neutrino Factories : Detector Concepts for studies of CP and T violation effects in neutrino oscillations a

@inproceedings{Rubbia2008JU2,
  title={J un 2 00 1 Neutrino Factories : Detector Concepts for studies of CP and T violation effects in neutrino oscillations a},
  author={Andr{\'e} Rubbia},
  year={2008}
}
The ideal neutrino detector at the neutrino factory should have a mass in the range of 10 kton, provide particle identification to tag the flavor of the incoming neutrino, lepton charge measurement to select the incoming neutrino helicity, good energy resolution to reconstruct the incoming neutrino energy, and be isotropic to equally well reconstruct incoming neutrinos from different baselines (it might be more efficient to build various sources at different baselines, than various detectors… CONTINUE READING