Measurement of the neutrino velocity with the ICARUS detector at the CNGS beam

@inproceedings{Antonello2012MeasurementOT,
title={Measurement of the neutrino velocity with the ICARUS detector at the CNGS beam},
author={M. Antonello and P. Aprili and B. Baibussinov and M. B. Ceolin and P. Benetti and E. Calligarich and N. Canci and F. Carbonara and S. Centro and A. Cesana and K. Cieślik and D. Cline and A. Cocco and A. Dabrowska and D. Dequal and A. Dermenev and R. Dolfini and C. Farnese and A. Fava and A. Ferrari and G. Fiorillo and D. Gibin and A. G. Berzolari and S. Gninenko and A. Guglielmi and M. Harańczyk and J. Holeczek and A. Ivashkin and J. Kisiel and I. Kochanek and J. Lagoda and S. Mania and G. Mannocchi and A. Menegolli and G. Meng and C. Montanari and S. Otwinowski and L. Periale and A. Piazzoli and P. Picchi and F. Pietropaolo and P. Plonski and A. Rappoldi and G. Raselli and M. Rossella and C. Rubbia and P. Sala and E. Scantamburlo and A. Scaramelli and E. Segreto and F. Sergiampietri and D. Stefan and J. Stepaniak and R. Sulej and M. Szarska and M. Terrani and F. Varanini and S. Ventura and C. Vignoli and H. Wang and X. Yang and A. Zalewska and K. Zaremba and Pedro A S{\'a}nchez and J. Serrano},
year={2012}
}

At the end of the 2011 run, the CERN CNGS neutrino beam has been briefly operated in lower intensity mode with ∼ 10 p.o.t./pulse and with a proton beam structure made of four LHC-like extractions, each with a narrow width of ∼ 3 ns, separated by 524 ns. This very tightly bunched beam allowed a