A Long Baseline Neutrino Oscillation Experiment Using J-PARC Neutrino Beam and Hyper-Kamiokande

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Title: A Long Baseline Neutrino Oscillation Experiment Using J-PARC Neutrino Beam and Hyper-Kamiokande
Authors: Group, H-KW
Abe, K
Aihara, H
Andreopoulos, C
Anghel, I
Ariga, A
Ariga, T
Asfandiyarov, R
Askins, M
Back, JJ
Ballett, P
Barbi, M
Barker, GJ
Barr, G
Bay, F
Beltrame, P
Berardi, V
Bergevin, M
Berkman, S
Berry, T
Bhadra, S
Blaszczyk, FDM
Blondel, A
Bolognesi, S
Boyd, SB
Bravar, A
Bronner, C
Cafagna, FS
Carminati, G
Cartwright, SL
Catanesi, MG
Choi, K
Choi, JH
Collazuol, G
Cowan, G
Cremonesi, L
Davies, G
Rosa, GD
Densham, C
Detwiler, J
Dewhurst, D
Lodovico, FD
Luise, SD
Drapier, O
Emery, S
Ereditato, A
Fernandez, P
Feusels, T
Finch, A
Fitton, M
Friend, M
Fujii, Y
Fukuda, Y
Fukuda, D
Galymov, V
Ganezer, K
Gonin, M
Gumplinger, P
Hadley, DR
Haegel, L
Haesler, A
Haga, Y
Hartfiel, B
Hartz, M
Hayato, Y
Hierholzer, M
Hill, J
Himmel, A
Hirota, S
Horiuchi, S
Huang, K
Ichikawa, AK
Iijima, T
Ikeda, M
Imber, J
Inoue, K
Insler, J
Intonti, RA
Irvine, T
Ishida, T
Ishino, H
Ishitsuka, M
Itow, Y
Izmaylov, A
Jamieson, B
Jang, HI
Jiang, M
Joo, KK
Jung, CK
Kaboth, A
Kajita, T
Kameda, J
Karadhzov, Y
Katori, T
Kearns, E
Khabibullin, M
Khotjantsev, A
Kim, JY
Kim, SB
Kishimoto, Y
Kobayashi, T
Koga, M
Konaka, A
Kormos, LL
Korzenev, A
Koshio, Y
Kropp, WR
Kudenko, Y
Kutter, T
Kuze, M
Labarga, L
Lagoda, J
Laveder, M
Lawe, M
Learned, JG
Lim, IT
Lindner, T
Longhin, A
Ludovici, L
Ma, W
Magaletti, L
Mahn, K
Malek, M
Mariani, C
Marti, L
Martin, JF
Martin, C
Martins, PPJ
Mazzucato, E
McCauley, N
McFarland, KS
McGrew, C
Mezzetto, M
Minakata, H
Minamino, A
Mine, S
Mineev, O
Miura, M
Monroe, J
Mori, T
Moriyama, S
Mueller, T
Muheim, F
Nakahata, M
Nakamura, K
Nakaya, T
Nakayama, S
Needham, M
Nicholls, T
Nirkko, M
Nishimura, Y
Noah, E
Nowak, J
Nunokawa, H
O'Keeffe, HM
Okajima, Y
Okumura, K
Oser, SM
O'Sullivan, E
Owen, RA
Oyama, Y
Perez, J
Pac, MY
Palladino, V
Palomino, JL
Paolone, V
Payne, D
Perevozchikov, O
Perkin, JD
Pistillo, C
Playfer, S
Posiadala-Zezula, M
Poutissou, J-M
Quilain, B
Quinto, M
Radicioni, E
Ratoff, PN
Ravonel, M
Rayner, M
Redij, A
Retiere, F
Riccio, C
Richard, E
Rondio, E
Rose, HJ
Ross-Lonergan, M
Rott, C
Rountree, SD
Rubbia, A
Sacco, R
Sakuda, M
Sanchez, MC
Scantamburlo, E
Scholberg, K
Scott, M
Seiya, Y
Sekiguchi, T
Sekiya, H
Shaikhiev, A
Shimizu, I
Shiozawa, M
Short, S
Sinnis, G
Smy, MB
Sobczyk, J
Sobel, HW
Stewart, T
Stone, JL
Suda, Y
Suzuki, Y
Suzuki, AT
Svoboda, R
Tacik, R
Takeda, A
Taketa, A
Takeuchi, Y
Tanaka, HA
Tanaka, HKM
Tanaka, H
Terri, R
Thompson, LF
Thorpe, M
Tobayama, S
Tolich, N
Tomura, T
Touramanis, C
Tsukamoto, T
Tzanov, M
Uchida, Y
Vagins, MR
Vasseur, G
Vogelaar, RB
Walter, CW
Wark, D
Wascko, MO
Weber, A
Wendell, R
Wilkes, RJ
Wilking, MJ
Wilson, JR
Xin, T
Yamamoto, K
Yanagisawa, C
Yano, T
Yen, S
Yershov, N
Yokoyama, M
Zito, M
Item Type: Working Paper
Abstract: Hyper-Kamiokande will be a next generation underground water Cherenkov detector with a total (fiducial) mass of 0.99 (0.56) million metric tons, approximately 20 (25) times larger than that of Super-Kamiokande. One of the main goals of Hyper-Kamiokande is the study of $CP$ asymmetry in the lepton sector using accelerator neutrino and anti-neutrino beams. In this document, the physics potential of a long baseline neutrino experiment using the Hyper-Kamiokande detector and a neutrino beam from the J-PARC proton synchrotron is presented. The analysis has been updated from the previous Letter of Intent [K. Abe et al., arXiv:1109.3262 [hep-ex]], based on the experience gained from the ongoing T2K experiment. With a total exposure of 7.5 MW $times$ 10$^7$ sec integrated proton beam power (corresponding to $1.56times10^{22}$ protons on target with a 30 GeV proton beam) to a $2.5$-degree off-axis neutrino beam produced by the J-PARC proton synchrotron, it is expected that the $CP$ phase $delta_{CP}$ can be determined to better than 19 degrees for all possible values of $delta_{CP}$, and $CP$ violation can be established with a statistical significance of more than $3,sigma$ ($5,sigma$) for $76%$ ($58%$) of the $delta_{CP}$ parameter space.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10044/1/30085
Copyright Statement: © 2015 The Authors
Keywords: physics.ins-det
hep-ex
hep-ph
Notes: Document submitted to 18th J-PARC PAC meeting in May 2014. 50 pages, 41 figures
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