Discussion on a possible neutrino detector located in India
MVN Murthy Urjit A Yajnik KRS Balaji G Bhattacharyya Amol Dighe Shashikant Dugad ND Hari Dass PK Kabir Kamales Kar D Indumathi John G Learned Debasish Majumdar NK Mondal MVN Murthy SN Nayak Sandip Pakvasa Amitava Raychaudhuri RS Raghavan G Rajasekaran R Ramachandran Alak K Ray Asim K Ray Saurabh Rindani HS Sharatchandra Rahul Sinha Nita Sinha S Umasankar Urjit A Yajnik
We have identified some important and worthwhile physics opportunities with a possible neutrino detector located in India. Particular emphasis is placed on the geographical advantage with a stress on the complimentary aspects with respect to other neutrino detectors already in operation.
MVN Murthy1 Urjit A Yajnik2 KRS Balaji1 G Bhattacharyya3 Amol Dighe4 Shashikant Dugad5 ND Hari Dass1 PK Kabir6 Kamales Kar3 D Indumathi1 John G Learned7 Debasish Majumdar3 NK Mondal5 MVN Murthy1 SN Nayak2 Sandip Pakvasa7 Amitava Raychaudhuri8 RS Raghavan9 G Rajasekaran1 R Ramachandran1 Alak K Ray5 Asim K Ray10 Saurabh Rindani11 HS Sharatchandra1 Rahul Sinha1 Nita Sinha1 S Umasankar2 Urjit A Yajnik2
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