– The ESSnuSB Conceptual Design Report is now published by
The European Physical Journal Special Topics
– The new proposal, ESSnuSB+, submitted to the EU last April, has been approved this July.
Objectives and Ambitions of the new project:
The key objective of the H2020 ESSνSB Design Study was to demonstrate the feasibility of using the European Spallation Source proton linac to produce the world’s most intense neutrino beam concurrently with the 5 MW proton beam that will be used for the production of spallation neutrons. After the production of all deliverables and the publication of the ESSνSB CDR, this is now accomplished. The present Design Study is proposed to pave the way of ESSνSB by introducing complementary studies and enlarging its scope by introducing investigations of synergetic projects. The ESSνSB+ strategic objectives are:
ESSnuSB meeting at ESS Lund (Sweden), 22-23 March 2022
- On the 18th of March 2022, a White paper “contribution to Snowmass 2021” authored by the ESSnuSB Collaboration and entitled: “The European Spallation Source Neutrino Superbeam” was published on arXiv. The full article is available here.
- On the 23rd of June 2021, an article written by Tord Ekelöf, scientific leader of ESS Neutrino Super Beam and Colin Carlile, former Director General of the ESS was published in the journal. The full article entitled: “A neutrino detector can solve the mysteries of physics – Now action is required” is accessible here.
- On the 27 July 2021, the article “Updated physics performance of the ESSnuSB experiment” was published on ArXiv. The full article is available here.
- The Gazette#31 issued the 28th of February 2022 is available here.
4th ESSnuSB Annual Meeting, 22-26 November 2021, virtual and on-site sessions at CERN (Switzerland):
ESSnuSB 3rd Annual Meeting (Online), 16-19 November 2020
Budimir Kliček made a talk titled “The ESSnuSB project” on behalf of the collaboration. The presentation is available here.
- Julie Thomas presented a poster titled: “Updates on the ESSnuSB Target Station potentialities for CP violation discovery”. The presentation is available here.
ESSnuSB WP5 & WP6 Software Workshop, 27-31 January 2020, Madrid, Spain.
ESSnuSB Workshop titled: "Prospects for Intensity Frontier Particle Physics with Compressed Pulses from the ESS Linac",2-3 March 2020, Uppsala, Sweden.
2nd ESSnuSB Annual Meeting, 21-24 October 2019, Zagreb, Croatia
Nufact 2019, the 21st International Workshop on Neutrinos from Accelerators, Daegu, Korea
On the 30th of August, during a plenary session, Marcos Dracos made a talk about ‘The ESSnuSB project”.
LP 2019 Symposium, 29th International Symposium on Lepton Photon Interactions at High Energies, Toronto, Canada
On the 8th of August, Marcos Dracos, presented a poster titled:”Neutrino CP Violation with the European Spallation Source Neutrino Super Beam Project”.
DPF 2019, Meeting of the Division of Particles & Fields of the American Physical Society, Boston, USA
On the 31th of July, Marcos Dracos presented at talk titled:” Neutrino CP Violation with the ESSnuSB Project” at the Meeting of the Division of Particles & Fields of the American Physical Society.
JNR-ISU Baikal Summer School, in the neighbourhood of Irkoutsk, Russia
The event was organised from 12-19 July 2019. Marcos Dracos was invited to explain the ESSnuSB project.
ESSnuSB Software Workshop, Pag, Croatia (10th to 14th of July 2019)
The aim of the workshop was to progress on the development of the software framework which will be used for the simulation of the Near and Far Detectors.
Zingruvan mine visits by Tord Ekelöf, Scientific Leader (March 2019)
ESSnuSB Special Seminar, Hedemora, Sweden (13th of February 2019)
ESSnuSB annual meeting in conjunction with EuroNuNet Management Committee, Strasbourg, France (7-9 of November 2018)
ESSnuSB kick-off meeting, Lund, Sweden (15 Januray 2018)
- The ESSnuSB Grant Agreement has been signed (Nov. 2017)
- ESSnuSB Design Study approved by EU (Aug. 2017)
- Press Release for the ESSnuSB kick-off meeting (Jan. 2018)