JUNO Physics Analysis Workshop held in Kaiping


From June 29 to 30, the Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) Physics Analysis Workshop was successfully held in Kaiping, Jiangmen City, Guangdong Province. This workshop brought together 118 researchers from 11 countries and regions, including China, Germany, France, Italy, Russia, the United Kingdom, India, Thailand, the United States, and Taiwan-China, among which 30 participants were from foreign institutions.

During the workshop, experts and scholars conducted in-depth discussions on key physical analysis topics such as reactor neutrino and atmospheric neutrino oscillations, detector calibration, reconstruction, and commissioning. Through extensive exchanges, the participants clarified the calibration strategies and the focus of reconstruction algorithm development, laying a solid foundation for future research work. In several specialized discussions, detailed progress on the commissioning of online, offline, and analysis systems was shared, and participants also discussed specific plans for the detector filling period. Members of the physics group held discussions on the publication plans for the analysis of neutrino oscillation results, further clarifying research directions and key focuses. Additionally, the Physics Analysis Coordination Committee and coordinators of physics groups held two meetings, focusing on the analysis and meeting plans for the second half of the year, computing market demands, and the distribution of basic analysis tasks. Through these discussions, consensus was reached, providing a clear roadmap for the next phase of research work.

At this workshop, JUNO collaboration members had sufficient face-to-face communication and discussions and reached agreements on the key issues of physical analysis in the next stage, which is of great significance for JUNO collaboration to better promote its future work.


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Ms. JIA Yinghua