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Status of the CUORE and results from the CUORE-0 neutrinoless double beta decay experiments

  • Author(s): Sisti, M
  • Artusa, DR
  • Avignone, FT
  • Azzolini, O
  • Balata, M
  • Banks, TI
  • Bari, G
  • Beeman, J
  • Bellini, F
  • Bersani, A
  • Biassoni, M
  • Brofferio, C
  • Bucci, C
  • Cai, XZ
  • Camacho, A
  • Caminata, A
  • Canonica, L
  • Cao, XG
  • Capelli, S
  • Cappelli, L
  • Carbone, L
  • Cardani, L
  • Casali, N
  • Cassina, L
  • Chiesa, D
  • Chott, N
  • Clemenza, M
  • Copello, S
  • Cosmelli, C
  • Cremonesi, O
  • Creswick, RJ
  • Cushman, JS
  • Dafinei, I
  • Dally, A
  • Datskov, V
  • Dell'Oro, S
  • Deninno, MM
  • Di Domizio, S
  • di Vacri, ML
  • Drobizhev, A
  • Ejzak, L
  • Fang, DQ
  • Farach, HA
  • Faverzani, M
  • Fernandes, G
  • Ferri, E
  • Ferroni, F
  • Fiorini, E
  • Franceschi, MA
  • Freedman, SJ
  • Fujikawa, BK
  • Giachero, A
  • Gironi, L
  • Giuliani, A
  • Gorla, P
  • Gotti, C
  • Gutierrez, TD
  • Haller, EE
  • Han, K
  • Heeger, KM
  • Hennings-Yeomans, R
  • Hickerson, KP
  • Huang, HZ
  • Kadel, R
  • Keppel, G
  • Kolomensky, YG
  • Li, YL
  • Ligi, C
  • Lim, KE
  • Liu, X
  • Ma, YG
  • Maiano, C
  • Maino, M
  • et al.
Abstract

© 2015 Elsevier B.V.. CUORE is a 741 kg array of TeO2bolometers for the search of neutrinoless double beta decay of130Te. The detector is being constructed at the Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso, Italy, where it will start taking data in 2015. If the target background of 0.01 counts/(keV.kg.y) will be reached, in five years of data taking CUORE will have a 1σ half life sensitivity of 1026y. CUORE-0 is a smaller experiment constructed to test and demonstrate the performances expected for CUORE. The detector is a single tower of 52 CUORE-like bolometers that started taking data in spring 2013. The status and perspectives of CUORE will be discussed, and the first CUORE-0 data will be presented.

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