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Colin Carlile, researcher at Lund Observatory. Photo.

Colin Carlile

Guest researcher

Colin Carlile, researcher at Lund Observatory. Photo.

Search for Leptonic CP Violation with the ESSnuSBplus Project


  • J. Aguilar
  • Y. Zhou
  • Colin Carlile
  • Joakim Cederkäll
  • Peter Christiansen
  • M. Collins
  • K.E. Iversen
  • Mats Lindroos

Summary, in English

ESSνSB is a design study for a next-generation long-baseline neutrino experiment that aims at the precise measurement of the CP-violating phase, δCP, in the leptonic sector at the second oscillation maximum. The conceptual design report published from the first phase of the project showed that after 10 years of data taking, more than 70% of the possible δCP range will be covered with 5σ C.L. to reject the no-CP-violation hypothesis. The expected value of δCP precision is smaller than 8 for all δCP values. The next phase of the project, the ESSνSB+, aims at using the intense muon flux produced together with neutrinos to measure the neutrino-nucleus cross-section, the dominant term of the systematic uncertainty, in the energy range of 0.2–0.6 GeV, using a Low Energy neutrinos from STORed Muons (LEnuSTORM) and a Low Energy Monitored Neutrino Beam (LEMNB) facilities.


  • Astrophysics
  • Particle and nuclear physics
  • Nuclear physics
  • eSSENCE: The e-Science Collaboration

Publishing year





Letters in High Energy Physics



Document type

Journal article


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  • Subatomic Physics


  • CP-violation
  • ESS
  • long-baseline
  • neutrino oscillations




  • ISSN: 2632-2714