The European Spallation Source neutrino super-beam conceptual design report

@article{Alekou2022TheES,
  title={The European Spallation Source neutrino super-beam conceptual design report},
  author={Androula Alekou and Eric Baussan and A. K. Bhattacharyya and N. Blaskovic Kraljevic and Mattias Blennow and M. Bogomilov and Benjamin Bolling and E. Bouquerel and O. Buchan and A. Burgman and Colin Carlile and J. Cederkall and P. H. L. Christiansen and Max Collins and E. Cristaldo Morales and Piotr Cupiał and Loris D'Alessi and H. Danared and Dragos Dancila and Jo{\~a}o Pedro Athayde Marcondes de Andr{\'e} and J. P. Delahaye and Marcos Dracos and Ilias Efthymiopoulos and Tord Ekel{\"o}f and Mamad Eshraqi and George K. Fanourakis and Aaron Farricker and Enrique Fernandez-Martinez and Benjamin Tyler Folsom and Tsutomu Fukuda and Nikolaos Gazis and B. G{\aa}lnander and Theodoros Geralis and Monojit Ghosh and Gul Gokbulut and L. Hali{\'c} and Marit Dagny Kristine Jenssen and A. Kayis Topaksu and B. Kildetoft and B. Kli{\vc}ek and Martin Koziol and Kaja Krha{\vc} and Łukasz Łacny and M. Lindroos and Cecilia Maiano and Chiara Marrelli and C. Martins and Mauro Mezzetto and Natalia Milas and M Oglakci and Tommy Ohlsson and M. Olveg{\aa}rd and Toshihiko Ota and J. Park and Dariusz Patrzałek and Georgi Petkov and Pascal Poussot and Robert Johansson and Salvador Rosauro-Alcaraz and David Saiang and Bogdan Szybiński and Jacek Snamina and Georgios Stavropoulos and Mario Stip{\vc}evi{\'c} and Roxana Tarkeshian and Francesco Terranova and J. H. Thomas and T. Tolba and E. Trachanas and Roumen Tsenov and G. Vankova-Kirilova and Nikolaos Vassilopoulos and Elena Wildner and Jacques Wurtz and Olga Zormpa and Yuan-Wen Zou},
  journal={The European Physical Journal Special Topics},
  year={2022}
}
A design study, named $${\text {ESS}}\nu {\text {SB}}$$ ESS ν SB for European Spallation Source neutrino Super Beam, has been carried out during the years 2018–2022 of how the 5 MW proton linear accelerator of the European Spallation Source under construction in Lund, Sweden, can be used to produce the world’s most intense long-baseline neutrino beam. The high beam intensity will allow for measuring the neutrino oscillations near the second oscillation maximum at which the CP violation… 

Snowmass Neutrino Frontier Report

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