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author = {Acampora, G and Ahdida, C and Albanese, R and Albrecht, C and Alexandrov, A and Andreini, M and Anokhina, A and Asada, T and Auberson, N and Baldanza, C and Battilana, C and Bay, A and Bernard, F and Bestmann, P and Betancourt, C and Blanco, A and Bogomilov, M and Bonacorsi, D and Bonivento, WM and Bordalo, P and Boyarsky, A and Breglio, G and Buonaura, A and Buontempo, S and Cafaro, VD and Callignon, M and Camporesi, T and Campanelli, M and Canale, V and Cassese, P and Castro, A and Centanni, D and Godoy, SAC and Cerutti, F and Charitonidis, N and Chernyavskiy, M and Choi, KY and Cholak, S and Cicero, V and Cindolo, F and Climescu, M and Conaboy, AP and Congedo, L and Crespo, O and Cristinziani, M and Crupano, A and Dallavalle, GM and D'Ambrosio, N and De, Carvalho Saraiva J and De, Bryas Dexmiers D'Archiac PT and De, Lellis G and de, Magistris M and De, Roeck A and De, Rújula A and De, Serio M and De, Simone D and Dedenko, L and Di, Crescenzo A and Di, Giulio L and Dolmatov, A and Dr},
doi = {05/P05067},
journal = {Journal of Instrumentation},
title = {SND@LHC: the scattering and neutrino detector at the LHC},
url = {},
volume = {19},
year = {2024}

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AB - SND@LHC is a compact and stand-alone experiment designed to perform measurements with neutrinos produced at the LHC in the pseudo-rapidity region of 7.2 < η < 8.4. The experiment is located 480 m downstream of the ATLAS interaction point, in the TI18 tunnel. The detector is composed of a hybrid system based on an 830 kg target made of tungsten plates, interleaved with emulsion and electronic trackers, also acting as an electromagnetic calorimeter, and followed by a hadronic calorimeter and a muon identification system. The detector is able to distinguish interactions of all three neutrino flavours, which allows probing the physics of heavy flavour production at the LHC in the very forward region. This region is of particular interest for future circular colliders and for very high energy astrophysical neutrino experiments. The detector is also able to search for the scattering of Feebly Interacting Particles. In its first phase, the detector is ready to operate throughout LHC Run 3 and collect a total of 250 fb−1.
AU - Acampora,G
AU - Ahdida,C
AU - Albanese,R
AU - Albrecht,C
AU - Alexandrov,A
AU - Andreini,M
AU - Anokhina,A
AU - Asada,T
AU - Auberson,N
AU - Baldanza,C
AU - Battilana,C
AU - Bay,A
AU - Bernard,F
AU - Bestmann,P
AU - Betancourt,C
AU - Blanco,A
AU - Bogomilov,M
AU - Bonacorsi,D
AU - Bonivento,WM
AU - Bordalo,P
AU - Boyarsky,A
AU - Breglio,G
AU - Buonaura,A
AU - Buontempo,S
AU - Cafaro,VD
AU - Callignon,M
AU - Camporesi,T
AU - Campanelli,M
AU - Canale,V
AU - Cassese,P
AU - Castro,A
AU - Centanni,D
AU - Godoy,SAC
AU - Cerutti,F
AU - Charitonidis,N
AU - Chernyavskiy,M
AU - Choi,KY
AU - Cholak,S
AU - Cicero,V
AU - Cindolo,F
AU - Climescu,M
AU - Conaboy,AP
AU - Congedo,L
AU - Crespo,O
AU - Cristinziani,M
AU - Crupano,A
AU - Dallavalle,GM
AU - D'Ambrosio,N
AU - De,Carvalho Saraiva J
AU - De,Bryas Dexmiers D'Archiac PT
AU - De,Lellis G
AU - de,Magistris M
AU - De,Roeck A
AU - De,Rújula A
AU - De,Serio M
AU - De,Simone D
AU - Dedenko,L
AU - Di,Crescenzo A
AU - Di,Giulio L
AU - Dolmatov,A
AU - Dreyfus,L
AU - Durhan,O
AU - Fabbri,F
AU - Fasanella,D
AU - Fedotovs,F
AU - Ferrillo,M
AU - Ferro-Luzzi,M
AU - Fienga,F
AU - Fini,RA
AU - Fiorillo,A
AU - Fonte,P
AU - Fresa,R
AU - Frei,R
AU - Funk,W
AU - Galati,G
AU - Galkin,V
AU - Walls,FG
AU - Alia,RG
AU - Gerbershagen,A
AU - Giordano,V
AU - Golovatiuk,A
AU - Golutvin,A
AU - Gorshenkov,M
AU - Graverini,E
AU - Grenard,JL
AU - Guler,AM
AU - Gulyaeva,V
AU - Haefeli,GJ
AU - Helo,JC
AU - van,Herwijnen E
AU - Iengo,P
AU - Ilieva,S
AU - Infantino,A
AU - Irace,A
AU - Iuliano,A
AU - Jacobsson,R
AU - Jacquart,M
AU - Kamiscioglu,C
AU - Khalikov,E
AU - Kim,SH
DO - 05/P05067
PY - 2024///
TI - SND@LHC: the scattering and neutrino detector at the LHC
T2 - Journal of Instrumentation
UR -
VL - 19
ER -