Angel Abusleme, Andrej Babic, Anatael Cabrera, Selma Conforti Di Lorenzo, Timo Enqvist, Andrea Fabbri, Haonan Gan, Paul Hackspacher, Antonio Insolia, Beatrice Jelmini, Leonidas Kalousis, Tobias Lachenmaier, Qiumei Ma, Massimiliano Nastasi, Lothar Oberauer, Hsiao-Ru Pan, Fazhi Qi, Muhammad Rajput, Andrey Sadovsky, Jian Tang, Stefan van Waasen, Pablo Walker, Yufei Xi, Baojun Yan, Noman Zafar, Ints Mednieks . Calibration strategy of the JUNO experiment. Journal of High Energy Physics, 2021(3), 4 pp. 2021.

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author = {Angel Abusleme and Andrej Babic and Anatael Cabrera and Selma Conforti Di Lorenzo and Timo Enqvist and Andrea Fabbri and Haonan Gan and Paul Hackspacher and Antonio Insolia and Beatrice Jelmini and Leonidas Kalousis and Tobias Lachenmaier and Qiumei Ma and Massimiliano Nastasi and Lothar Oberauer and Hsiao-Ru Pan and Fazhi Qi and Muhammad Rajput and Andrey Sadovsky and Jian Tang and Stefan van Waasen and Pablo Walker and Yufei Xi and Baojun Yan and Noman Zafar and Ints Mednieks },
title = {Calibration strategy of the JUNO experiment},
journal = {Journal of High Energy Physics},
volume = {2021},
issue = {3},
pages = {4},
year = {2021}

Abstract: We present the calibration strategy for the 20 kton liquid scintillator central detector of the Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO). By utilizing a comprehensive multiple-source and multiple-positional calibration program, in combination with a novel dual calorimetry technique exploiting two independent photosensors and readout systems, we demonstrate that the JUNO central detector can achieve a better than 1% energy linearity and a 3% effective energy resolution, required by the neutrino mass ordering determination. © 2021, The Author(s).


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