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  • I2 : Geoparticles | UnivEarthS
    by the APC group to predict the background to the Double Chooz experiment and independently by the IPGP group to predict the signal in muon telescopes A synergy of the two teams will lead to the development of the most accurate methods for the inverse tomography problem 2 An accurate modelling of reactor anti neutrino spectra can be obtained from the analysis of the data that will come from the Double Chooz experiment 2011 2016 This will improve the knowledge of geo neutrino backgrounds and thus the precision on current and future measurements In addition the APC group is involved in the Borexino experiment which has recently reinforced the evidence for geo neutrinos and will provide a more precise measurement in the near future Participating in this data analysis will be useful to gain experience on the topic 3 The results of current geo neutrino experiments are dominated by the thick continental crust However the importance of geo neutrinos lies in the possibility to probe the geochemistry of the mantle We propose two approaches to be studied jointly by IPGP and APC either detect geo neutrinos at specific locations or precisely subtract the contribution from the crust The option of a movable detector could be interesting in this regard 4 Future detectors for geo neutrinos demand R D on specific items We propose to construct a test bench to address some key topics In parallel with the R D on future large detectors a selection of the most promising sites for geosciences i e where to deploy these detectors has to be performed Astrophysics of high energy APC Luca Agostino PhD student Anatael Cabrera Physicist Jaime Dawson Physicist Davide Franco Physicist Didier Kryn Physicist Michel Obolensky Physicist Thomas Patzak Professor Alessandra Tonazzo Professor co PI Daniel Vignaud Researcher IPGP Dominique Gibert Physicist co PI Claude Jaupart Professor Kevin Jourde PhD student Nolwenn Lesparre Post doc Jacques Sibilla Engineer Astrophysics of high energy Muon telescopes for volcano tomography Previously built telescopes are being improved The time resolution of the electronics of the Guadeloupe telescope has been improved from 10ns to 1ns This improves the capability to flag particles in particular it is now possible to determine the flight direction and thus to remove a large fraction of the background The Guadeloupe telescope has also received a rotating base allowing for easier orientation of the instrument The MEMPHYNO R D test bench A tomography of the building has been performed with the muon hodoscope The first data with the electronics card for a 16 PMT matrix has been taken For details see the presentation and e Print arXiv 1306 6865 physics ins det The BOREXINO neutrino experiment The new geo neutrino analysis has been published e Print arXiv 1303 2571 hep ex he DOUBLE CHOOZ reactor neutrino experiment Measurement of anti neutrino directionality thesis in progress R Roncin Precise prediction of the reactor spectrum for the oscillation analysis http arxiv org abs 1207 6632 http arxiv org abs 1301 2948 Detailed simulation

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  • I2 : Geoparticles | UnivEarthS
    by the APC group to predict the background to the Double Chooz experiment and independently by the IPGP group to predict the signal in muon telescopes A synergy of the two teams will lead to the development of the most accurate methods for the inverse tomography problem 2 An accurate modelling of reactor anti neutrino spectra can be obtained from the analysis of the data that will come from the Double Chooz experiment 2011 2016 This will improve the knowledge of geo neutrino backgrounds and thus the precision on current and future measurements In addition the APC group is involved in the Borexino experiment which has recently reinforced the evidence for geo neutrinos and will provide a more precise measurement in the near future Participating in this data analysis will be useful to gain experience on the topic 3 The results of current geo neutrino experiments are dominated by the thick continental crust However the importance of geo neutrinos lies in the possibility to probe the geochemistry of the mantle We propose two approaches to be studied jointly by IPGP and APC either detect geo neutrinos at specific locations or precisely subtract the contribution from the crust The option of a movable detector could be interesting in this regard 4 Future detectors for geo neutrinos demand R D on specific items We propose to construct a test bench to address some key topics In parallel with the R D on future large detectors a selection of the most promising sites for geosciences i e where to deploy these detectors has to be performed Astrophysics of high energy APC Luca Agostino PhD student Anatael Cabrera Physicist Jaime Dawson Physicist Davide Franco Physicist Didier Kryn Physicist Michel Obolensky Physicist Thomas Patzak Professor Alessandra Tonazzo Professor co PI Daniel Vignaud Researcher IPGP Dominique Gibert Physicist co PI Claude Jaupart Professor Kevin Jourde PhD student Nolwenn Lesparre Post doc Jacques Sibilla Engineer Astrophysics of high energy Muon telescopes for volcano tomography Previously built telescopes are being improved The time resolution of the electronics of the Guadeloupe telescope has been improved from 10ns to 1ns This improves the capability to flag particles in particular it is now possible to determine the flight direction and thus to remove a large fraction of the background The Guadeloupe telescope has also received a rotating base allowing for easier orientation of the instrument The MEMPHYNO R D test bench A tomography of the building has been performed with the muon hodoscope The first data with the electronics card for a 16 PMT matrix has been taken For details see the presentation and e Print arXiv 1306 6865 physics ins det The BOREXINO neutrino experiment The new geo neutrino analysis has been published e Print arXiv 1303 2571 hep ex he DOUBLE CHOOZ reactor neutrino experiment Measurement of anti neutrino directionality thesis in progress R Roncin Precise prediction of the reactor spectrum for the oscillation analysis http arxiv org abs 1207 6632 http arxiv org abs 1301 2948 Detailed simulation

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  • I2 : Geoparticles | UnivEarthS
    out by the APC group to predict the background to the Double Chooz experiment and independently by the IPGP group to predict the signal in muon telescopes A synergy of the two teams will lead to the development of the most accurate methods for the inverse tomography problem 2 An accurate modelling of reactor anti neutrino spectra can be obtained from the analysis of the data that will come from the Double Chooz experiment 2011 2016 This will improve the knowledge of geo neutrino backgrounds and thus the precision on current and future measurements In addition the APC group is involved in the Borexino experiment which has recently reinforced the evidence for geo neutrinos and will provide a more precise measurement in the near future Participating in this data analysis will be useful to gain experience on the topic 3 The results of current geo neutrino experiments are dominated by the thick continental crust However the importance of geo neutrinos lies in the possibility to probe the geochemistry of the mantle We propose two approaches to be studied jointly by IPGP and APC either detect geo neutrinos at specific locations or precisely subtract the contribution from the crust The option of a movable detector could be interesting in this regard 4 Future detectors for geo neutrinos demand R D on specific items We propose to construct a test bench to address some key topics In parallel with the R D on future large detectors a selection of the most promising sites for geosciences i e where to deploy these detectors has to be performed Astrophysics of high energy APC Luca Agostino PhD student Anatael Cabrera Physicist Jaime Dawson Physicist Davide Franco Physicist Didier Kryn Physicist Michel Obolensky Physicist Thomas Patzak Professor Alessandra Tonazzo Professor co PI Daniel Vignaud Researcher IPGP Dominique Gibert Physicist co PI Claude Jaupart Professor Kevin Jourde PhD student Nolwenn Lesparre Post doc Jacques Sibilla Engineer Astrophysics of high energy Muon telescopes for volcano tomography Previously built telescopes are being improved The time resolution of the electronics of the Guadeloupe telescope has been improved from 10ns to 1ns This improves the capability to flag particles in particular it is now possible to determine the flight direction and thus to remove a large fraction of the background The Guadeloupe telescope has also received a rotating base allowing for easier orientation of the instrument The MEMPHYNO R D test bench A tomography of the building has been performed with the muon hodoscope The first data with the electronics card for a 16 PMT matrix has been taken For details see the presentation and e Print arXiv 1306 6865 physics ins det The BOREXINO neutrino experiment The new geo neutrino analysis has been published e Print arXiv 1303 2571 hep ex he DOUBLE CHOOZ reactor neutrino experiment Measurement of anti neutrino directionality thesis in progress R Roncin Precise prediction of the reactor spectrum for the oscillation analysis http arxiv org abs 1207 6632 http arxiv org abs 1301 2948 Detailed

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  • Neutrino Geoscience 2015 Workshop | UnivEarthS
    projects Geoparticles Fundamental physics and Geophysics in space From dust to planets Former Interface projects Formation and early evolution of Planetary systems The youth of cosmic rays and their emergence in the interstellar clouds Gamma ray instrumentation development Young team project Experimental geophysics Valorization project Data distribution visualisation and cloud computing PUBLICATIONS EDUCATIONAL Nanosatellite student project IGOsat UnivEarthS JOB OPPORTUNITY Experimental Dark Matter Search Post Doctoral Research Fellow IGOSat internship

    Original URL path: http://www.univearths.fr/en/neutrino-geoscience-2015-workshop (2015-10-10)
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  • Postdoctoral position at the interface of neutrino physics with geoscience | UnivEarthS
    The youth of cosmic rays and their emergence in the interstellar clouds Gamma ray instrumentation development Young team project Experimental geophysics Valorization project Data distribution visualisation and cloud computing PUBLICATIONS EDUCATIONAL Nanosatellite student project IGOsat UnivEarthS JOB OPPORTUNITY Experimental Dark Matter Search Post Doctoral Research Fellow IGOSat internship PhD position Effect of the North South dichotomy on the thermal structure and evolution of Mars Search this site October Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Sign in Password forgotten Home Postdoctoral position at the interface of neutrino physics with geoscience 14 04 2014 The French excellence programme LabEx UnivEarthS has an opening for a postodoctoral position at the interface of neutrino physics with geoscience The activity will be based at the AsrtoParticle and Cosmology APC Laboratory in Paris and close collaboration with the Institut de Physique du Globe IPGP is foreseen The research activity will be focused on the use of elementary particles as probes of their sources and of the matter they have traversed APC has a well established experience in particle detection and simulation while IPGP has the expertise to use this kind of data for geological studies Particles are used as probes of the Earth s interior in two ways 1 neutrinos form the decay of radioactive elements in the crust and mantle geo neutrinos to gather information on the composition and distribution of the radioactive elements whose decay provides a large fraction of the Earth s thermal power 2 geophysical tomography with muon telescopes to map the internal density structure of volcanoes The postdoctoral researcher will be responsible for developing analysis and simulation tools for

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  • Seminar by E.Kaminski at APC on April 10th, 2014 (10:00): Models of chemical composition of the Earth and consequences on geo-neutrino production | UnivEarthS
    Experimental geophysics Valorization project Data distribution visualisation and cloud computing PUBLICATIONS EDUCATIONAL Nanosatellite student project IGOsat UnivEarthS JOB OPPORTUNITY Experimental Dark Matter Search Post Doctoral Research Fellow IGOSat internship PhD position Effect of the North South dichotomy on the thermal structure and evolution of Mars Search this site October Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Sign in Password forgotten Home Seminar by E Kaminski at APC on April 10th 2014 10 00 Models of chemical composition of the Earth and consequences on geo neutrino production 21 03 2014 Thursday April 10th 2014 at 10 00 Laboratoire APC room 454A Models of chemical composition of the Earth and consequences for geo neutrino production Edouard Kaminski Marc Javoy IPGP La composition des profondeurs de la Terre typiquement au delà de 200 km ne nous est accessible qu indirectement et repose d une part sur les données géophysique et d autre part sur des hypothèses concernant le matériau primordial de type chondritique ayant formé la planète par accrétion Dans la première

    Original URL path: http://www.univearths.fr/en/seminar-ekaminski-apc-april-10th-2014-1000-models-chemical-composition-earth-and-consequences-geo (2015-10-10)
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  • November 2013: Workshop "Applied Antineutrino Physics" (AAP) in Korea | UnivEarthS
    From dust to planets Former Interface projects Formation and early evolution of Planetary systems The youth of cosmic rays and their emergence in the interstellar clouds Gamma ray instrumentation development Young team project Experimental geophysics Valorization project Data distribution visualisation and cloud computing PUBLICATIONS EDUCATIONAL Nanosatellite student project IGOsat UnivEarthS JOB OPPORTUNITY Experimental Dark Matter Search Post Doctoral Research Fellow IGOSat internship PhD position Effect of the North South dichotomy

    Original URL path: http://www.univearths.fr/en/node/389 (2015-10-10)
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  • I2 : Geoparticles | UnivEarthS
    the other hand the signal for reactor neutrino experiments such as Double Chooz in the Ardennes region in which the APC group has a leading role Conversely muons represent one of the most dangerous backgrounds for neutrino experiments located underground The research program we propose is along the following lines 1 The modelling of muon propagation through the rock is critical to extract the relevant information from the muon telescope data Detailed simulations have been carried out by the APC group to predict the background to the Double Chooz experiment and independently by the IPGP group to predict the signal in muon telescopes A synergy of the two teams will lead to the development of the most accurate methods for the inverse tomography problem 2 An accurate modelling of reactor anti neutrino spectra can be obtained from the analysis of the data that will come from the Double Chooz experiment 2011 2016 This will improve the knowledge of geo neutrino backgrounds and thus the precision on current and future measurements In addition the APC group is involved in the Borexino experiment which has recently reinforced the evidence for geo neutrinos and will provide a more precise measurement in the near future Participating in this data analysis will be useful to gain experience on the topic 3 The results of current geo neutrino experiments are dominated by the thick continental crust However the importance of geo neutrinos lies in the possibility to probe the geochemistry of the mantle We propose two approaches to be studied jointly by IPGP and APC either detect geo neutrinos at specific locations or precisely subtract the contribution from the crust The option of a movable detector could be interesting in this regard 4 Future detectors for geo neutrinos demand R D on specific items We propose to construct a test bench to address some key topics In parallel with the R D on future large detectors a selection of the most promising sites for geosciences i e where to deploy these detectors has to be performed Astrophysics of high energy APC Luca Agostino PhD student Anatael Cabrera Physicist Jaime Dawson Physicist Davide Franco Physicist Didier Kryn Physicist Michel Obolensky Physicist Thomas Patzak Professor Alessandra Tonazzo Professor co PI Daniel Vignaud Researcher IPGP Dominique Gibert Physicist co PI Claude Jaupart Professor Kevin Jourde PhD student Nolwenn Lesparre Post doc Jacques Sibilla Engineer Astrophysics of high energy Muon telescopes for volcano tomography Previously built telescopes are being improved The time resolution of the electronics of the Guadeloupe telescope has been improved from 10ns to 1ns This improves the capability to flag particles in particular it is now possible to determine the flight direction and thus to remove a large fraction of the background The Guadeloupe telescope has also received a rotating base allowing for easier orientation of the instrument The MEMPHYNO R D test bench A tomography of the building has been performed with the muon hodoscope The first data with the electronics card for a 16 PMT

    Original URL path: http://www.univearths.fr/en/i2-geoparticles?page=1 (2015-10-10)
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