Particle physics at the European Spallation Source

H. Abele, A. Alekou, A. Algora, K. Andersen, S. Baeßler, L. Barron-Pálos, J. Barrow, E. Baussan, P. Bentley, Z. Berezhiani, Y. Beßler, A. K. Bhattacharyya, A. Bianchi, J. Bijnens, C. Blanco, N. Blaskovic Kraljevic, M. Blennow, K. Bodek, M. Bogomilov, C. BohmB. Bolling, E. Bouquerel, G. Brooijmans, L. J. Broussard, O. Buchan, A. Burgman, H. Calén, C. J. Carlile, J. Cederkall, E. Chanel, P. Christiansen, V. Cirigliano, J. I. Collar, M. Collins, C. B. Crawford, E. Cristaldo Morales, P. Cupiał, L. D'Alessi, J. I.M. Damian, H. Danared, D. Dancila, J. P.A.M. de André, J. P. Delahaye, S. Degenkolb, D. D. Di Julio, M. Dracos, K. Dunne, I. Efthymiopoulos, T. Ekelöf, L. Eklund, M. Eshraqi, I. Esteban, G. Fanourakis, A. Farricker, E. Fernandez-Martinez, M. J. Ferreira, M. Fertl, P. Fierlinger, B. Folsom, A. Frank, A. Fratangelo, U. Friman-Gayer, T. Fukuda, H. O.U. Fynbo, A. Garcia Sosa, N. Gazis, B. Gålnander, Th Geralis, M. Ghosh, G. Gokbulut, J. J. Gomez-Cadenas, M. Gonzalez-Alonso, F. Gonzalez, L. Halić, C. Happe, P. Heil, A. Heinz, H. Herde, M. Holl, T. Jenke, M. Jenssen, E. Jericha, H. T. Johansson, R. Johansson, T. Johansson, Y. Kamyshkov, A. Kayis Topaksu, B. Kildetoft, K. Kirch, B. Kliček, E. Klinkby, R. Kolevatov, G. Konrad, M. Kozioł, K. Krhač, A. Kupść, Łacny, L. Larizgoitia, C. M. Lewis, M. Lindroos, E. Lychagin, E. Lytken, C. Maiano, P. Marciniewski, G. Markaj, B. Märkisch, C. Marrelli, C. Martins, B. Meirose, M. Mezzetto, N. Milas, D. Milstead, F. Monrabal, G. Muhrer, A. Nepomuceno, V. Nesvizhevsky, T. Nilsson, P. Novella, M. Oglakci, T. Ohlsson, M. Olvegård, A. Oskarsson, T. Ota, J. Park, D. Patrzalek, H. Perrey, M. Persoz, G. Petkov, F. M. Piegsa, C. Pistillo, P. Poussot, P. Privitera, B. Rataj, D. Ries, N. Rizzi, S. Rosauro-Alcaraz, D. Rozpedzik, D. Saiang, V. Santoro, U. Schmidt, H. Schober, I. Schulthess, S. Silverstein, A. Simón, H. Sina, J. Snamina, W. M. Snow, T. Soldner, G. Stavropoulos, M. Stipčević, B. Szybiński, A. Takibayev, Z. Tang, R. Tarkeshian, C. Theroine, J. Thorne, F. Terranova, J. Thomas, T. Tolba, P. Torres-Sánchez, E. Trachanas, R. Tsenov, U. I. Uggerhøj, G. Vankova-Kirilova, N. Vassilopoulos, R. Wagner, X. Wang, E. Wildner, M. Wolke, J. Wurtz, S. C. Yiu, S. G. Yoon, A. R. Young, L. Zanini, J. Zejma, D. Zerzion, O. Zimmer, O. Zormpa, Y. Zou

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Abstract

Presently under construction in Lund, Sweden, the European Spallation Source (ESS) will be the world's brightest neutron source. As such, it has the potential for a particle physics program with a unique reach and which is complementary to that available at other facilities. This paper describes proposed particle physics activities for the ESS. These encompass the exploitation of both the neutrons and neutrinos produced at the ESS for high precision (sensitivity) measurements (searches).

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-84
Number of pages84
JournalPhysics Reports
Volume1023
DOIs
StatePublished - 15 Jun 2023

Keywords

  • ESS
  • ESSnuSB
  • NNBAR
  • Neutrons
  • nEDM

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