Imperial College London

ProfessorKennethLong

Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Physics

Professor of Experimental Particle Physics
 
 
 
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Mrs Paula Brown +44 (0)20 7594 7823

 
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Aymar G, Becker T, Boogert S, Borghesi M, Bingham R, Brenner C, Burrows PN, Dascalu T, Ettlinger OC, Gibson S, Greenshaw T, Gruber S, Gujral D, Hardiman C, Hughes J, Jones WG, Kirkby K, Kurup A, Lagrange J-B, Long K, Luk W, Matheson J, McKenna P, Mclauchlan R, Najmudin Z, Lau HT, Parsons JL, Pasternak J, Pozimski J, Prise K, Puchalska M, Ratoff P, Schettino G, Shields W, Smith S, Thomason J, Towe S, Weightman P, Whyte C, Xiao Ret al., 2020, The laser-hybrid accelerator for radiobiological applications, Publisher: arXiv

The `Laser-hybrid Accelerator for Radiobiological Applications', LhARA, isconceived as a novel, uniquely-flexible facility dedicated to the study ofradiobiology. The technologies demonstrated in LhARA, which have wideapplication, will be developed to allow particle-beam therapy to be deliveredin a completely new regime, combining a variety of ion species in a singletreatment fraction and exploiting ultra-high dose rates. LhARA will be a hybridaccelerator system in which laser interactions drive the creation of a largeflux of protons or light ions that are captured using a plasma (Gabor) lens andformed into a beam. The laser-driven source allows protons and ions to becaptured at energies significantly above those that pertain in conventionalfacilities, thus evading the current space-charge limit on the instantaneousdose rate that can be delivered. The laser-hybrid approach, therefore, willallow the vast ``terra incognita'' of the radiobiology that determines theresponse of tissue to ionising radiation to be studied with protons and lightions using a wide variety of time structures, spectral distributions, andspatial configurations at instantaneous dose rates up to and significantlybeyond the ultra-high dose-rate `FLASH' regime. It is proposed that LhARA be developed in two stages. In the first stage, aprogramme of in vitro radiobiology will be served with proton beams withenergies between 10MeV and 15MeV. In stage two, the beam will be acceleratedusing a fixed-field accelerator (FFA). This will allow experiments to becarried out in vitro and in vivo with proton beam energies of up to 127MeV. Inaddition, ion beams with energies up to 33.4MeV per nucleon will be availablefor in vitro and in vivo experiments. This paper presents the conceptual designfor LhARA and the R&D programme by which the LhARA consortium seeks toestablish the facility.

Working paper

MICE collaboration, 2020, Demonstration of cooling by the Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment, Nature, Vol: 578, Pages: 53-59, ISSN: 0028-0836

The use of accelerated beams of electrons, protons or ions has furthered the development of nearly every scientific discipline. However, high-energy muon beams of equivalent quality have not yet been delivered. Muon beams can be created through the decay of pions produced by the interaction of a proton beam with a target. Such 'tertiary' beams have much lower brightness than those created by accelerating electrons, protons or ions. High-brightness muon beams comparable to those produced by state-of-the-art electron, proton and ion accelerators could facilitate the study of lepton-antilepton collisions at extremely high energies and provide well characterized neutrino beams1-6. Such muon beams could be realized using ionization cooling, which has been proposed to increase muon-beam brightness7,8. Here we report the realization of ionization cooling, which was confirmed by the observation of an increased number of low-amplitude muons after passage of the muon beam through an absorber, as well as an increase in the corresponding phase-space density. The simulated performance of the ionization cooling system is consistent with the measured data, validating designs of the ionization cooling channel in which the cooling process is repeated to produce a substantial cooling effect9-11. The results presented here are an important step towards achieving the muon-beam quality required to search for phenomena at energy scales beyond the reach of the Large Hadron Collider at a facility of equivalent or reduced footprint6.

Journal article

Kurup A, Pasternak J, Taylor R, Murgatroyd L, Ettlinger O, Shields W, Nevay L, Gruber S, Pozimski J, Lau HT, Long K, Blackmore V, Barber G, Najmudin Z, Yarnold Jet al., 2019, Simulation of a radiobiology facility for the Centre for the Clinical Application of Particles, Physica Medica, Vol: 65, Pages: 21-28, ISSN: 1120-1797

The Centre for the Clinical Application of Particles’ Laser-hybrid Accelerator for Radiobiological Applications (LhARA) facility is being studied and requires simulation of novel accelerator components (such as the Gabor lens capture system), detector simulation and simulation of the ion beam interaction with cells. The first stage of LhARA will provide protons up to 15 MeV for in vitro studies. The second stage of LhARA will use a fixed-field accelerator to increase the energy of the particles to allow in vivo studies with protons and in vitro studies with heavier ions.BDSIM, a Geant4 based accelerator simulation tool, has been used to perform particle tracking simulations to verify the beam optics design done by BeamOptics and these show good agreement. Design parameters were defined based on an EPOCH simulation of the laser source and a series of mono-energetic input beams were generated from this by BDSIM. The tracking results show the large angular spread of the input beam (0.2 rad) can be transported with a transmission of almost 100% whilst keeping divergence at the end station very low (<0.1 mrad). The legacy of LhARA will be the demonstration of technologies that could drive a step-change in the provision of proton and light ion therapy (i.e. a laser source coupled to a Gabor lens capture and a fixed-field accelerator), and a system capable of delivering a comprehensive set of experimental data that can be used to enhance the clinical application of proton and light ion therapy.

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Asfandiyarov R, Bayes R, Blackmore V, Bogomilov M, Coiling D, Dobbs AJ, Drielsma F, Drews M, Ellis M, Fedorov M, Franchini P, Gardener R, Greis JR, Hanlet PM, Heidt C, Hunt C, Kafka G, Karadzhov Y, Kurup A, Kyberd P, Littlefield M, Liu A, Long K, Maletic D, Martyniak J, Middleton S, Mohayai T, Nebrensky JJ, Nugent JC, Overton E, Pec V, Pidcott CE, Rajaram D, Rayner M, Reid ID, Rogers CT, Santos E, Savic M, Taylor I, Torun Y, Tunnell CD, Uchida MA, Verguilov V, Walaron K, Winter M, Wilbur Set al., 2019, MAUS: the MICE analysis user software, Journal of Instrumentation, Vol: 14, Pages: 1-21, ISSN: 1748-0221

The Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment (MICE) collaboration has developed theMICE Analysis User Software (MAUS) to simulate and analyze experimental data. It serves asthe primary codebase for the experiment, providing for offline batch simulation and reconstructionas well as online data quality checks. The software provides both traditional particle-physicsfunctionalities such as track reconstruction and particle identification, and accelerator physicsfunctions, such as calculating transfer matrices and emittances. The code design is object orientated,but has a top-level structure based on the Map-Reduce model. This allows for parallelization tosupport live data reconstruction during data-taking operations. MAUS allows users to develop in either Python or C++ and provides APIs for both. Various software engineering practices fromindustry are also used to ensure correct and maintainable code, including style, unit and integrationtests, continuous integration and load testing, code reviews, and distributed version control. Thesoftware framework and the simulation and reconstruction capabilities are described

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Collaboration TMICE, Adams D, Adey D, Asfandiyarov R, Barber G, Bari AD, Bayes R, Bayliss V, Bertoni R, Blackmore V, Blondel A, Boehm J, Bogomilov M, Bonesini M, Booth CN, Bowring D, Boyd S, Bradshaw TW, Bross AD, Brown C, Charnley G, Chatzitheodoridis GT, Chignoli F, Chung M, Cline D, Cobb JH, Colling D, Collomb N, Cooke P, Courthold M, Cremaldi LM, DeMello A, Dick AJ, Dobbs A, Dornan P, Drielsma F, Dumbell K, Ellis M, Filthaut F, Franchini P, Freemire B, Gallagher A, Gamet R, Gardener RBS, Gourlay S, Grant A, Greis JR, Griffiths S, Hanlet P, Hanson GG, Hartnett T, Heidt C, Hodgson P, Hunt C, Ishimoto S, Jokovic D, Jurj PB, Kaplan DM, Karadzhov Y, Klier A, Kuno Y, Kurup A, Kyberd P, Lagrange J-B, Langlands J, Lau W, Li D, Li Z, Liu A, Long K, Lord T, Macwaters C, Maletic D, Martlew B, Martyniak J, Mazza R, Middleton S, Mohayai TA, Moss A, Muir A, Mullacrane I, Nebrensky JJ, Neuffer D, Nichols A, Nugent JC, Oates A, Orestano D, Overton E, Owens P, Palladino V, Palmer M, Pasternak J, Pec V, Pidcott C, Popovic M, Preece R, Prestemon S, Rajaram D, Ricciardi S, Robinson M, Rogers C, Ronald K, Rubinov P, Sakamoto H, Sanders DA, Sato A, Savic M, Snopok P, Smith PJ, Soler FJP, Song Y, Stanley T, Stokes G, Suezaki V, Summers DJ, Sung CK, Tang J, Tarrant J, Taylor I, Tortora L, Torun Y, Tsenov R, Tucker M, Uchida MA, Virostek S, Vankova-Kirilova G, Warburton P, Wilbur S, Wilson A, Witte H, White C, Whyte CG, Yang X, Young AR, Zisman Met al., 2019, First particle-by-particle measurement of emittance in the Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment, The European Physical Journal C - Particles and Fields, Vol: 79, Pages: 1-15, ISSN: 1124-1861

The Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment (MICE) collaboration seeks to demonstrate the feasibility of ionization cooling, the technique by which it is proposed to cool the muon beam at a future neutrino factory or muon collider. The emittance is measured from an ensemble of muons assembled from those that pass through the experiment. A pure muon ensemble is selected using a particle-identification system that can reject efficiently both pions and electrons. The position and momentum of each muon are measured using a high-precision scintillating-fibre tracker in a 4 T solenoidal magnetic field. This paper presents the techniques used to reconstruct the phase-space distributions in the upstream tracking detector and reports the first particle-by-particle measurement of the emittance of the MICE Muon Beam as a function of muon-beam momentum.

Journal article

Bayliss V, Boehm J, Bradshaw T, Courthold M, Harrison S, Hills M, Hodgson P, Ishimoto S, Kurup A, Lau W, Long K, Macwaters C, Nichols A, Summers D, Tucker M, Warburton P, Watson S, Whyte Cet al., 2019, The liquid-hydrogen absorber for MICE, 27th International Cryogenic Engineering Conference (ICEC-ICMC), Publisher: IOP Publishing, ISSN: 1757-8981

This paper describes the liquid hydrogen system constructed for The Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment (MICE); MICE was built at the STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory to demonstrate the principle of muon beam phase-space reduction via ionization cooling. Muon beam cooling will be required at a future proton-derived neutrino factory or muon collider. Ionization cooling is achieved by passing the beam through an energy-absorbing material, such as liquid hydrogen, and then re-accelerating the beam using RF cavities. This paper describes the system creating the 22l of liquid hydrogen within the MICE beamline; the necessary safety engineering, the liquid hydrogen absorber and its associated cryogenic and gas systems are presented, along with its performance.

Conference paper

Bayliss V, Boehm J, Bradshaw T, Courthold M, Harrison S, Hills M, Hodgson P, Ishimoto S, Kurup A, Lau W, Long K, Nichols A, Summers D, Tucker M, Warburton P, Watson S, Whyte Cet al., 2018, The liquid-hydrogen absorber for MICE, Journal of Instrumentation, Vol: 13, ISSN: 1748-0221

The Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment (MICE) has been built at the STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory to demonstrate the principle of muon beam phase-space reduction via ionization cooling. Muon beam cooling will be required at a future proton-derived neutrino factory or muon collider. Ionization cooling is achieved by passing the beam through an energy-absorbing material, such as liquid hydrogen, and then re-accelerating the beam using RF cavities. This paper describes the hydrogen system constructed for MICE including: the liquid-hydrogen absorber, its associated cryogenic and gas systems, the control and monitoring system, and the necessary safety engineering. The performance of the system in cool-down, liquefaction, and stable operation is also presented.

Journal article

Long KR, 2018, Neutrinos from stored muons, XVII International Workshop on Neutrino Telescopes, Publisher: Proceedings of Science, ISSN: 1824-8039

The nuSTORM facility will provide νe (ν¯e) and νμ (ν¯μ) beams from the decay of low energy muons confined within a storage ring. The instrumentation of the ring, combined with the excellent knowledge of muon decay, will make it possible to determine the neutrino flux at the \%-level or better. The neutrino and anti-neutrino event rates are such that the nuSTORM facility, serving a suite of near detectors, will allow measurements of the νeA (ν¯eA) and νμA (ν¯μA) cross sections to be made with the precision required to enhance the sensitivity of the next generation of long-baseline neutrino-oscillation experiments thereby enhancing their discovery potential. By delivering precise cross section measurements with a pure weak probe nuSTORM has the potential to make measurements important to understanding the physics of nuclei. The precise knowledge of the initial neutrino flux also makes it possible to deliver uniquely sensitive light sterile-neutrino searches. The concept for the nuSTORM facility will be presented together with an evaluation of its performance. The status of the planned consideration of nuSTORM at CERN in the context of the Physics Beyond Colliders Study Group will be summarised.

Conference paper

Ronald K, Whyte CG, Dick AJ, Young AR, Li D, DeMello AJ, Lambert AR, Luo T, Anderson T, Bowring D, Bross A, Moretti A, Pasquinelli R, Peterson D, Popovic M, Schultz R, Volk J, Torun Y, Hanlet P, Freemire B, Moss A, Dumbell K, Grant A, White C, Griffiths S, Stanley T, Anderson R, Alsari S, Long K, Kurup A, Summers D, Smith PJet al., 2018, RF system for the MICE demonstration of ionisation cooling, IVEC 2017, Publisher: IEEE

Muon accelerators offer an attractive option for a range of future particle physics experiments. They can enable high energy (TeV+) high energy lepton colliders whilst mitigating the difficulty of synchrotron losses, and can provide intense beams of neutrinos for fundamental physics experiments investigating the physics of flavor. The method of production of muon beams results in high beam emittance which must be reduced for efficient acceleration. Conventional emittance control schemes take too long, given the very short (2.2 microsecond) rest lifetime of the muon. Ionisation cooling offers a much faster approach to reducing particle emittance, and the international MICE collaboration aims to demonstrate this technique for the first time. This paper will present the MICE RF system and its role in the context of the overall experiment.

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Long K, 2018, The nuSTORM experiment, Conference on Neutrino and Nuclear Physics (CNNP), Publisher: IOP PUBLISHING LTD, Pages: 1-6, ISSN: 1742-6588

The nuSTORM facility will provide νe and νµ beams from the decay of low energy muons confined within a storage ring. The instrumentation of the ring, combined with the excellent knowledge of muon decay, will make it possible to determine the neutrino flux at the %-level or better. The neutrino and anti-neutrino event rates are such that the nuSTORM facility serving a suite of near detectors will be able to measure νeN and νµN cross sections with the %-level precision required to allow the next generation of long-baseline neutrino-oscillation experiments to fulfil their potential. By delivering precise cross section measurements with a pure weak probe nuSTORM may have the potential to make measurements important to understanding the physics of nuclei. The precise knowledge of the initial neutrino flux also makes it possible to deliver uniquely sensitive sterile-neutrino searches. The concept for the nuSTORM facility will be presented together with an evaluation of its performance. The status of the planned consideration of nuSTORM at CERN in the context of the Physics Beyond Colliders workshop will be summarised.

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Long KR, 2017, Neutrino-nucleus scattering at nuSTORM, XXV International Workshop on Deep-Inelastic Scattering and Related Subjects (DIS2017), Publisher: Proceedings of Science

The Neutrinos from Stored Muons (nuSTORM) facility will provide νe/ν¯µ (ν¯e/νµ ) beams fromthe decay of low energy muons confined within a storage ring. The instrumentation of the ring,combined with the excellent knowledge of muon decay, will make it possible to determine theneutrino flux at the %-level or better. The neutrino and anti-neutrino event rates are such thatthe nuSTORM facility will allow measurements of the νe(ν¯e)N and νµ (ν¯µ )N cross sections tobe made with the precision required to enhance the sensitivity of the next generation of longbaselineneutrino-oscillation experiments thereby enhancing their discovery potential. By deliveringprecise cross-section measurements with a pure weak probe nuSTORM has the potential tomake measurements important to further the understanding of the physics of nuclei. The preciseknowledge of the initial neutrino flux also makes it possible to deliver uniquely sensitive lightsterile-neutrino searches. The concept for the nuSTORM facility will be presented together withan evaluation of its performance. The status of the planned consideration of nuSTORM at CERNin the context of the Physics Beyond Colliders Study Group will be summarised.

Conference paper

Long KR, 2017, Proceedings, 27th International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics (Neutrino 2016), 27th International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics (Neutrino 2016), Publisher: Institute of Physics (IoP), ISSN: 1742-6588

Conference paper

Zarrebini-Esfahani A, Aslaninejad M, Ristic M, Long Ket al., 2017, Experimental analysis of surface finish in normal conducting cavities, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, Vol: 869, Pages: 76-83, ISSN: 0168-9002

A normal conducting 805 MHz test cavity with an in built button shaped sample is used to conduct a series of surface treatment experiments. The button enhances the local fields and influences the likelihood of an RF breakdown event. Because of their smaller sizes, compared to the whole cavity surface, they allow practical investigations of the effects of cavity surface preparation in relation to RF breakdown. Manufacturing techniques and steps for preparing the buttons to improve the surface quality are described in detail. It was observed that even after the final stage of the surface treatment, defects on the surface of the cavities still could be found.

Journal article

Bogomilov M, Long KR, The MICE collaboration, 2017, Lattice design and expected performance of the Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment demonstration of ionization cooling, Physical Review Accelerators and Beams, Vol: 20, ISSN: 2469-9888

Muon beams of low emittance provide the basis for the intense, well-characterized neutrino beams necessary to elucidate the physics of flavor at a neutrino factory and to provide lepton-antilepton collisions at energies of up to several TeV at a muon collider. The international Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment (MICE) aims to demonstrate ionization cooling, the technique by which it is proposed to reduce the phase-space volume occupied by the muon beam at such facilities. In an ionization-cooling channel, the muon beam passes through a material in which it loses energy. The energy lost is then replaced using rf cavities. The combined effect of energy loss and reacceleration is to reduce the transverse emittance of the beam (transverse cooling). A major revision of the scope of the project was carried out over the summer of 2014. The revised experiment can deliver a demonstration of ionization cooling. The design of the cooling demonstration experiment will be described together with its predicted cooling performance.

Journal article

Dobbs A, Hunt C, Long K, Santos E, Uchida MA, Kyberd P, Heidt C, Blot S, Overton Eet al., 2016, The reconstruction software for the MICE scintillating fibre trackers, Journal of Instrumentation, Vol: 11, ISSN: 1748-0221

The Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment (MICE) will demonstrate the principle of muon beam phase-space reduction via ionization cooling. Muon beam cooling will be required for the proposed Neutrino Factory or Muon Collider. The phase-space before and after the cooling cell must be measured precisely. This is achieved using two scintillating-fibre trackers, each placed in a solenoidal magnetic field. This paper describes the software reconstruction for the fibre trackers: the GEANT4 based simulation; the implementation of the geometry; digitisation; space-point reconstruction; pattern recognition; and the final track fit based on a Kalman filter. The performance of the software is evaluated by means of Monte Carlo studies and the precision of the final track reconstruction is evaluated.

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Long K, 2016, The status of the construction of MICE Step IV, 37th International Conference on High Energy Physics (ICHEP), Publisher: Elsevier, Pages: 162-169, ISSN: 2405-6014

Muon beams of low emittance provide the basis for the intense, well-characterised neutrino beams necessary toelucidate the physics of flavour at the Neutrino Factory and to provide lepton-anti-lepton collisions at energies of upto several TeV at the Muon Collider. The International Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment (MICE) will demonstrateionization cooling; the technique by which it is proposed to reduce the phase-space volume occupied by the muonbeam at such facilities. In an ionization-cooling channel, the muon beam is caused to pass through a material (theabsorber) in which it looses energy, the energy lost is then replaced using RF cavities. The combined effect of energyloss and re-acceleration is to reduce the transverse emittance of the beam (transverse cooling).MICE is being constructed in a series of Steps. At Step IV, MICE will be able to study the properties of liquidhydrogen and lithium hydride that affect cooling. A solenoidal spectrometer will measure emittance upstream anddownstream of the absorber vessel. The muon beam will be focused at the absorber by a focusing coil. The construc-tion of Step IV at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory is well advanced and is scheduled to be complete early in 2015.The status of the construction project will be described together with the performance of the principal components.Once the Step IV programme has been completed, the apparatus will be reconfigured to allow the MICE collaborationto demonstrate ionization cooling. This will require two single-cavity modules to be inserted one upstream and onedownstream of a central absorber. The status of the preparations for the MICE demonstration of ionization coolingwill also be described briefly.

Conference paper

Booth CN, Hodgson P, Langlands J, Overton E, Robinson M, Smith PJ, Barber G, Long KR, Shepherd B, Capocci E, MacWaters C, Tarrant Jet al., 2016, The design and performance of an improved target for MICE, Journal of Instrumentation, Vol: 11, Pages: P05006-P05006, ISSN: 1748-0221

The linear motor driving the target for the Muon Ionisation Cooling Experiment hasbeen redesigned to improve its reliability and performance. A new coil-winding technique is de-scribed which produces better magnetic alignment and improves heat transport out of the windings.Improved field-mapping has allowed the more precise construction to be demonstrated, and anenhanced controller exploits the full features of the hardware, enabling increased acceleration andprecision. The new user interface is described and analysis of performance data to monitor frictionis shown to allow quality control of bearings and a measure of the ageing of targets during use.

Journal article

Adams D, Alekou A, Apollonio M, Asfandiyarov R, Barber G, Barclay P, de Bari A, Bayes R, Bayliss V, Bertoni R, Blackmore VJ, Blondel A, Blot S, Bogomilov M, Bonesini M, Booth CN, Bowring D, Boyd S, Brashaw TW, Bravar U, Bross AD, Capponi M, Carlisle T, Cecchet G, Charnley C, Chignoli F, Cline D, Cobb JH, Colling G, Collomb N, Coney L, Cooke P, Courthold M, Cremaldi LM, DeMello A, Dick A, Dobbs A, Dornan P, Drews M, Drielsma F, Filthaut F, Fitzpatrick T, Franchini P, Francis V, Fry L, Gallagher A, Gamet R, Gardener R, Gourlay S, Grant A, Greis JR, Griffiths S, Hanlet P, Hansen OM, Hanson GG, Hart TL, Hartnett T, Hayler T, Heidt C, Hills M, Hodgson P, Hunt C, Iaciofano A, Ishimoto S, Kafka G, Kaplan DM, Karadzhov Y, Kim YK, Kuno Y, Kyberd P, Lagrange J-B, Langlands J, Lau W, Leonova M, Li D, Lintern A, Littlefield M, Long K, Luo T, Macwaters C, Martlew B, Martyniak J, Mazza R, Middleton S, Moretti A, Moss A, Muir A, Mullacrane I, Nebrensky JJ, Neuffer D, Nichols A, Nicholson R, Nugent JC, Oates A, Onel Y, Orestano D, Overton E, Owens P, Palladino V, Pasternak J, Pastore F, Pidcott C, Popovic M, Preece R, Prestemon S, Rajaram D, Ramberger S, Rayner MA, Ricciardi S, Roberts TJ, Robinson M, Rogers C, Ronald K, Rubinov P, Rucinski P, Sakamato H, Sanders DA, Santos E, Savidge T, Smith PJ, Snopok P, Soler FJP, Speirs D, Stanley T, Stokes G, Summers DJ, Tarrant J, Taylor I, Tortora L, Torun Y, Tsenov R, Tunnell CD, Uchida MA, Vankova-Kirilova G, Virostek S, Vretenar M, Warburton P, Watson S, White C, Whyte CG, Wilson A, Winter M, Yang X, Young A, Zisman Met al., 2016, Pion contamination in the MICE muon beam, Journal of Instrumentation, Vol: 11, ISSN: 1748-0221

The international Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment (MICE) will perform a systematic investigation of ionization cooling with muon beams of momentum between 140 and 240 MeV/c at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory ISIS facility. The measurement of ionization cooling in MICE relies on the selection of a pure sample of muons that traverse the experiment. To make this selection, the MICE Muon Beam is designed to deliver a beam of muons with less than ~1% contamination. To make the final muon selection, MICE employs a particle-identification (PID) system upstream and downstream of the cooling cell. The PID system includes time-of-flight hodoscopes, threshold-Cherenkov counters and calorimetry. The upper limit for the pion contamination measured in this paper is fπ < 1.4% at 90% C.L., including systematic uncertainties. Therefore, the MICE Muon Beam is able to meet the stringent pion-contamination requirements of the study of ionization cooling.

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Adams D, Alekou A, Apollonio M, Asfandiyarov R, Barber G, Barclay P, de Bari A, Bayes R, Bayliss V, Bene P, Bertoni R, Blackmore VJ, Blondel A, Blot S, Bogomilov M, Bonesini M, Booth CN, Bowring D, Boyd S, Bradshaw TW, Bravar U, Bross AD, Cadoux F, Capponi M, Carlisle T, Cecchet G, Charnley C, Chignoli F, Cline D, Cobb JH, Colling G, Collomb N, Coney L, Cooke P, Courthold M, Cremaldi LM, Debieux S, DeMello A, Dick A, Dobbs A, Dornan P, Drielsma F, Filthaut F, Fitzpatrick T, Franchini P, Francis V, Fry L, Gallagher A, Gamet R, Gardener R, Gourlay S, Grant A, Graulich JS, Greis J, Griffiths S, Hanlet P, Hansen OM, Hanson GG, Hart TL, Hartnett T, Hayler T, Heidt C, Hills M, Hodgson P, Hunt C, Husi C, Iaciofano A, Ishimoto S, Kafka G, Kaplan DM, Karadzhov Y, Kim YK, Kuno Y, Kyberd P, Lagrange J-B, Langlands J, Lau W, Leonova M, Li D, Lintern A, Littlefield M, Long K, Luo T, Macwaters C, Martlew B, Martyniak J, Masciocchi F, Mazza R, Middleton S, Moretti A, Moss A, Muir A, Mullacrane I, Nebrensky JJ, Neuffer D, Nichols A, Nicholson R, Nicola L, Messomo EN, Nugent JC, Oates A, Onel Y, Orestano D, Overton E, Owens P, Palladino V, Pasternak J, Pastore F, Pidcott C, Popovic M, Preece R, Prestemon S, Rajaram D, Ramberger S, Rayner MA, Ricciardi S, Roberts TJ, Robinson M, Rogers C, Ronald K, Rothenfusser K, Rubinov P, Rucinski P, Sakamato H, Sanders DA, Sandstrom R, Santos E, Savidge T, Smith PJ, Snopok P, Soler FJP, Speirs D, Stanley T, Stokes G, Summers DJ, Tarrant J, Taylor I, Tortora L, Torun Y, Tsenov R, Tunnell CD, Uchida MA, Vankova-Kirilova G, Virostek S, Vretenar M, Warburton P, Watson S, White C, Whyte CG, Wilson A, Wisting H, Yang X, Young A, Zisman Met al., 2015, Electron-muon ranger: performance in the MICE muon beam, Journal of Instrumentation, Vol: 10, ISSN: 1748-0221

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Long K, 2015, ICFA Neutrino Panel Report, 26th International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics (Neutrino), Publisher: AMER INST PHYSICS, ISSN: 0094-243X

Conference paper

Bogomilov M, Matev R, Tsenov R, Dracos M, Bonesini M, Palladino V, Tortora L, Mori Y, Planche T, Lagrange JB, Kuno Y, Benedetto E, Efthymiopoulos I, Garoby R, Gilardoini S, Martini M, Wildner E, Prior G, Blondel A, Karadzhow Y, Ellis M, Kyberd P, Bayes R, Laing A, Soler FJP, Alekou A, Apollonio M, Aslaninejad M, Bontoiu C, Jenner LJ, Kurup A, Long K, Pasternak J, Zarrebini A, Poslimski J, Blackmore V, Cobb J, Tunnell C, Andreopoulos C, Bennett JRJ, Brooks S, Caretta O, Davenne T, Densham C, Edgecock TR, Fitton M, Kelliher D, Loveridge P, McFarland A, Machida S, Prior C, Rees G, Rogers C, Rooney M, Thomason J, Wilcox D, Booth C, Skoro G, Back JJ, Harrison P, Berg JS, Fernow R, Gallardo JC, Gupta R, Kirk H, Simos N, Stratakis D, Souchlas N, Witte H, Bross A, Geer S, Johnstone C, Makhov N, Neuffer D, Popovic M, Strait J, Striganov S, Morfin JG, Wands R, Snopok P, Bagacz SA, Morozov V, Roblin Y, Cline D, Ding X, Bromberg C, Hart T, Abrams RJ, Ankenbrandt CM, Beard KB, Cummings MAC, Flanagan G, Johnson RP, Roberts TJ, Yoshikawa CY, Graves VB, McDonald KT, Coney L, Hanson Get al., 2014, Neutrino factory, PHYSICAL REVIEW SPECIAL TOPICS-ACCELERATORS AND BEAMS, Vol: 17, ISSN: 1098-4402

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A facility that can deliver beams of electron and muon neutrinos from the decay of a stored muon beam has the potential to unambiguously resolve the issue of the evidence for light sterile neutrinos that arises in short-baseline neutrino oscillation experiments and from estimates of the effective number of neutrino flavors from fits to cosmological data. In this paper, we show that the nuSTORM facility, with stored muons of 3.8  GeV/c ± 10%, will be able to carry out a conclusive muon neutrino appearance search for sterile neutrinos and test the LSND and MiniBooNE experimental signals with 10σ sensitivity, even assuming conservative estimates for the systematic uncertainties. This experiment would add greatly to our knowledge of the contribution of light sterile neutrinos to the number of effective neutrino flavors from the abundance of primordial helium production and from constraints on neutrino energy density from the cosmic microwave background. The appearance search is complemented by a simultaneous muon neutrino disappearance analysis that will facilitate tests of various sterile neutrino models.

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Using the ZEUS detector at the HERA electronproton collider, we have searched for lepton flavor violation in ep collisions at a center—of—mass energy ($sqrt S$) of 300 GeV. Events of the type e + p → ℓ + X with a final—state lepton of high transverse momentum, ℓ = μ or τ, were sought. No evidence was found for lepton flavor violation in the combined 1993 and 1994 data samples, for which the integrated luminosities were 0.84 pb{−1}for e{∼p collisions and 2.94 pb{−1} for e+p collisions. Limits on coupling vs. mass are provided for leptoquarks and R—parity violating squarks. For flavor violating couplings of electromagnetic strength, we set 95% confidence level lower limits on leptoquark masses between 207 GeV and 272 GeV, depending on the leptoquark species and final—state lepton. For leptoquark masses larger than 300 GeV, limits on flavor—changing couplings are determined, many of which supersede prior limits from rare decay processes.

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