ProtoDUNE Single Phase at CERN is the large-scale prototype for the far detector of the future DUNE experiment. ProtoDUNE is in stable operation since Oct. 2018 at the CERN Neutrino Platform. Test beam data in the energy range of sub-GeV to a few GeV were collected in fall 2018 providing a set of key measurements. Particles (electrons, protons, pions, muons and kaons) are identified combining information from a set of beam-line detectors (Time of Flight, Cherenkov) and TPC reconstruction. Three different technologies are implemented in the protoDUNE photon detector system (PDS). Results from the response of ARAPUCA, one of the PDS components, are presented providing first calorimetric energy measurements of beam events from liquid argon scintillation light signals.

First calorimetric energy reconstruction of beam events with ARAPUCA light detector in protoDUNE-SP

Cavanna F.
2020

Abstract

ProtoDUNE Single Phase at CERN is the large-scale prototype for the far detector of the future DUNE experiment. ProtoDUNE is in stable operation since Oct. 2018 at the CERN Neutrino Platform. Test beam data in the energy range of sub-GeV to a few GeV were collected in fall 2018 providing a set of key measurements. Particles (electrons, protons, pions, muons and kaons) are identified combining information from a set of beam-line detectors (Time of Flight, Cherenkov) and TPC reconstruction. Three different technologies are implemented in the protoDUNE photon detector system (PDS). Results from the response of ARAPUCA, one of the PDS components, are presented providing first calorimetric energy measurements of beam events from liquid argon scintillation light signals.
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