Follow-up workshops are planned this year to eventually write a proposal and form an international collaboration. The initial base design, which has features of a narrow band neutrino beam tuned at the oscillation maximum and the ability of reconstructing the neutrino energy using quasi-elastic events, has been performed by the JHF-SK neutrino working group. The experiment is open to your contributions to further developments. We look forward to your active participation in the workshop.
|K. Nishikawa(Kyoto U.) (Chair)||firstname.lastname@example.org||Y. Totsuka(Univ. of Tokyo/ICRR)||email@example.com||T. Kajita(Univ. of Tokyo/ICRR)||firstname.lastname@example.org||Y. Itow(Univ. of Tokyo/ICRR)||email@example.com||K. Nakamura (KEK/IPNS)||firstname.lastname@example.org||T. Kobayashi (KEK/IPNS)||email@example.com||Y. Hayato (KEK/IPNS)||firstname.lastname@example.org||T. Nakaya (Kyoto U.) ( Scientific Secretary)||email@example.com||A. Konaka (TRIUMF) ( Scientific Secretary)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Letter Of Intent / PS (2.7MB) / PDF (3.4MB) / Last Update June 13th, 2001|
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