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Title: CUORE and CUORE-0 experiments

Neutrino oscillation experiments proved that neutrinos have mass and this enhanced the interest in neutrinoless double-beta decay (0vββ). The observation of this very rare hypothetical decay would prove the leptonic number violation and would give us indications about neutrinos mass hierarchy and absolute mass scale. CUORE (Cryogenic Underground Observatory for Rare Events) is an array of 988 crystals of TeO 2, for a total sensitive mass of 741 kg. Its goal is the observation of 0vββ of 130Te. The crystals, placed into the a dilution cryostat, are operated as bolometers at a temperature close to 10 mK. CUORE commissioning phase has been concluded recently in Gran Sasso National Laboratory, Italy, and data taking is expected to start in spring 2017. If target background rate is reached (0.01counts/day/keV/kg), the sensibility of CUORE will be, in five years of data taking, T 1/210 26years (1σ CL). In order to test the quality of materials and optimize the construction procedures, the collaboration realized CUORE-0, that took data from spring of 2013 to summer 2015. Here, after a brief description of CUORE, I report its commissioning status and CUORE-0 results.
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Publication Date:
Grant/Contract Number:
AC02-05CH11231
Type:
Accepted Manuscript
Journal Name:
Nuovo Cimento della Societa Italiana di Fisica. C, Geophysics and Space Physics
Additional Journal Information:
Journal Volume: 40; Journal Issue: 1; Journal ID: ISSN 1124-1896
Publisher:
Italian Physical Society
Research Org:
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States)
Sponsoring Org:
USDOE Office of Science (SC), Nuclear Physics (NP) (SC-26)
Contributing Orgs:
The CUORE Collaboration
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
72 PHYSICS OF ELEMENTARY PARTICLES AND FIELDS
OSTI Identifier:
1379665

Copello, S, Alduino, C, Alfonso, K, Artusa, DR, Avignone, FT, Azzolini, O, Banks, TI, Bari, G, Beeman, JW, Bellini, F, Bersani, A, Biassoni, M, Brofferio, C, Bucci, C, Camacho, A, Caminata, A, Canonica, L, Cao, XG, Capelli, S, Cappelli, L, Carbone, L, Cardani, L, Carniti, P, Casali, N, Cassina, L, Chiesa, D, Chott, N, Clemenza, M, Cosmelli, C, Cremonesi, O, Creswick, RJ, Cushman, JS, D'addabbo, A, Dafinei, I, Davis, CJ, Dell'Oro, S, Deninno, MM, Di Domizio, S, Di Vacri, ML, Drobizhev, A, Fang, DQ, Faverzani, M, Feintzeig, J, Fernandes, G, Ferri, E, Ferroni, F, Fiorini, E, Franceschi, MA, Freedman, SJ, Fujikawa, BK, Giachero, A, Gironi, L, Giuliani, A, Gladstone, L, Gorla, P, Gotti, C, Gutierrez, TD, Haller, EE, Han, K, Hansen, E, Heeger, KM, Hennings-Yeomans, R, Hickerson, KP, Huang, HZ, Kadel, R, Keppel, G, and Kolomensky, YG. CUORE and CUORE-0 experiments. United States: N. p., Web. doi:10.1393/ncc/i2017-17060-3.
Copello, S, Alduino, C, Alfonso, K, Artusa, DR, Avignone, FT, Azzolini, O, Banks, TI, Bari, G, Beeman, JW, Bellini, F, Bersani, A, Biassoni, M, Brofferio, C, Bucci, C, Camacho, A, Caminata, A, Canonica, L, Cao, XG, Capelli, S, Cappelli, L, Carbone, L, Cardani, L, Carniti, P, Casali, N, Cassina, L, Chiesa, D, Chott, N, Clemenza, M, Cosmelli, C, Cremonesi, O, Creswick, RJ, Cushman, JS, D'addabbo, A, Dafinei, I, Davis, CJ, Dell'Oro, S, Deninno, MM, Di Domizio, S, Di Vacri, ML, Drobizhev, A, Fang, DQ, Faverzani, M, Feintzeig, J, Fernandes, G, Ferri, E, Ferroni, F, Fiorini, E, Franceschi, MA, Freedman, SJ, Fujikawa, BK, Giachero, A, Gironi, L, Giuliani, A, Gladstone, L, Gorla, P, Gotti, C, Gutierrez, TD, Haller, EE, Han, K, Hansen, E, Heeger, KM, Hennings-Yeomans, R, Hickerson, KP, Huang, HZ, Kadel, R, Keppel, G, & Kolomensky, YG. CUORE and CUORE-0 experiments. United States. doi:10.1393/ncc/i2017-17060-3.
Copello, S, Alduino, C, Alfonso, K, Artusa, DR, Avignone, FT, Azzolini, O, Banks, TI, Bari, G, Beeman, JW, Bellini, F, Bersani, A, Biassoni, M, Brofferio, C, Bucci, C, Camacho, A, Caminata, A, Canonica, L, Cao, XG, Capelli, S, Cappelli, L, Carbone, L, Cardani, L, Carniti, P, Casali, N, Cassina, L, Chiesa, D, Chott, N, Clemenza, M, Cosmelli, C, Cremonesi, O, Creswick, RJ, Cushman, JS, D'addabbo, A, Dafinei, I, Davis, CJ, Dell'Oro, S, Deninno, MM, Di Domizio, S, Di Vacri, ML, Drobizhev, A, Fang, DQ, Faverzani, M, Feintzeig, J, Fernandes, G, Ferri, E, Ferroni, F, Fiorini, E, Franceschi, MA, Freedman, SJ, Fujikawa, BK, Giachero, A, Gironi, L, Giuliani, A, Gladstone, L, Gorla, P, Gotti, C, Gutierrez, TD, Haller, EE, Han, K, Hansen, E, Heeger, KM, Hennings-Yeomans, R, Hickerson, KP, Huang, HZ, Kadel, R, Keppel, G, and Kolomensky, YG. 2017. "CUORE and CUORE-0 experiments". United States. doi:10.1393/ncc/i2017-17060-3. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1379665.
@article{osti_1379665,
title = {CUORE and CUORE-0 experiments},
author = {Copello, S and Alduino, C and Alfonso, K and Artusa, DR and Avignone, FT and Azzolini, O and Banks, TI and Bari, G and Beeman, JW and Bellini, F and Bersani, A and Biassoni, M and Brofferio, C and Bucci, C and Camacho, A and Caminata, A and Canonica, L and Cao, XG and Capelli, S and Cappelli, L and Carbone, L and Cardani, L and Carniti, P and Casali, N and Cassina, L and Chiesa, D and Chott, N and Clemenza, M and Cosmelli, C and Cremonesi, O and Creswick, RJ and Cushman, JS and D'addabbo, A and Dafinei, I and Davis, CJ and Dell'Oro, S and Deninno, MM and Di Domizio, S and Di Vacri, ML and Drobizhev, A and Fang, DQ and Faverzani, M and Feintzeig, J and Fernandes, G and Ferri, E and Ferroni, F and Fiorini, E and Franceschi, MA and Freedman, SJ and Fujikawa, BK and Giachero, A and Gironi, L and Giuliani, A and Gladstone, L and Gorla, P and Gotti, C and Gutierrez, TD and Haller, EE and Han, K and Hansen, E and Heeger, KM and Hennings-Yeomans, R and Hickerson, KP and Huang, HZ and Kadel, R and Keppel, G and Kolomensky, YG},
abstractNote = {Neutrino oscillation experiments proved that neutrinos have mass and this enhanced the interest in neutrinoless double-beta decay (0vββ). The observation of this very rare hypothetical decay would prove the leptonic number violation and would give us indications about neutrinos mass hierarchy and absolute mass scale. CUORE (Cryogenic Underground Observatory for Rare Events) is an array of 988 crystals of TeO2, for a total sensitive mass of 741 kg. Its goal is the observation of 0vββ of 130Te. The crystals, placed into the a dilution cryostat, are operated as bolometers at a temperature close to 10 mK. CUORE commissioning phase has been concluded recently in Gran Sasso National Laboratory, Italy, and data taking is expected to start in spring 2017. If target background rate is reached (0.01counts/day/keV/kg), the sensibility of CUORE will be, in five years of data taking, T1/21026years (1σ CL). In order to test the quality of materials and optimize the construction procedures, the collaboration realized CUORE-0, that took data from spring of 2013 to summer 2015. Here, after a brief description of CUORE, I report its commissioning status and CUORE-0 results.},
doi = {10.1393/ncc/i2017-17060-3},
journal = {Nuovo Cimento della Societa Italiana di Fisica. C, Geophysics and Space Physics},
number = 1,
volume = 40,
place = {United States},
year = {2017},
month = {2}
}