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On neutrino oscillations searches with ANTARES

Abstract : Although the first evidence for neutrino oscillations came from measurements on atmospheric neutrinos in underground experiments, neutrino oscillations have yet to be demonstrated in high energy neutrino telescopes, whose energy threshold is significantly higher. Recent studies have shown that a clean sample of atmospheric neutrinos with energies as low as 20GeV can be isolated in the ANTARES neutrino telescope. Such a threshold is low enough to allow the observation of neutrino oscillation features. A robust analysis method is presented which allows the extraction of atmospheric neutrino oscillation parameters.
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G. Guillard, J. Brunner. On neutrino oscillations searches with ANTARES. ICRC2011 - 32nd International Cosmic Ray Conference, Aug 2011, Beijing, China. 3 p. ⟨in2p3-00634280⟩

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