Results from ND280 near detector
National Centre for Nuclear Research, Ho˙za 69, 00-681 Warsaw, Poland
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Published online: 29 May 2015
Since the beginning of operation of the Tokai to Kamioka experiment (T2K) the Near Detector system (ND280) has been collecting neutrino interactions. It was able to collect large statistics of data within a few years of operation of the T2K experiment because of high beam intensity and its close location to the production point, a distance of the 280 m from the production target. This paper presents results of a measurement of charged current interactions in ND280 which are used to suppress systematic errors in the oscillation analysis. Systematic effects due to uncertainty in the beam profile and cross sections of neutrino interactions are also discussed.
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