LArIAT

About

LArIAT is the repurposed ArgoNeuT detector, modified for use in a charged particle beam. It is a small volume Liquid Argon Time Projection Chamber (LArTPC) dedicated to the calibration and precise characterization of output response of these detectors. The charged particle test beam provides a controlled inveironment in which to tune simulations and to develop tools for particle identification, calorimetry, and event reconstruction without relying solely on simulation.

LArIAT Documents/Publications

LArIAT Links

LArIAT Collaboration

Phase 1 spokespeople
Phase 2 spokespeople

  • Argonne Jon Paley
  • Boston U. Flor de Maria Blaszczyk, Dan Gastler, Ed Kearns
  • Caltech Ryan Patterson
  • U. Chicago Will Foreman, Johnny Ho, Dave Schmitz
  • U. Cincinnati Randy Johnson, Jason St. John
  • Fermilab Roberto Acciarri, Phil Adamson, Michael Backfish, William Badgett, Bruce Baller, Alan Hahn, Doug Jensen, Hans Jostlein, Tom Junk, Mike Kirby, Tom Kobilarcik, Pawel Kryczynski, Hugh Lippincott, Sarah Lockwitz, Alberto Marchionni, Ko Nishikawa, Jennifer Raaf, Erik Ramberg, Brian Rebel, Michelle Stancari, Sam Zeller
  • Imperial College London Morgan Wascko
  • KEK Eito Iwai, Takasumi Maruyama
  • LANL Christopher Mauger
  • Louisiana State University William Metcalf, Martin Tzanov, Jieun Yoo
  • U. Manchester Justin Evans, Pawel Guzowski
  • Michigan State University Carl Bromberg, Dan Edmunds, Dean Shooltz
  • U. Minnesota, Duluth Rik Gran, Alec Habig, Karl Kaess
  • U. Pittsburgh Steve Dytman
  • Syracuse University Jonathan Asaadi, Jessica Esquivel, Mitch Soderberg
  • U. Texas, Arlington Amir Farbin, Seongtae Park, Timothy Watson, Andy White, Jae Yu
  • U. Texas, Austin Will Flanagan, Junting Huang, Karol Lang
  • University College London Anna Holin, Ryan Nichol
  • William & Mary Mike Kordosky, Matthew Stephens, Patricia Vahle
  • Yale University Flavio Cavanna, Eric Church, Bonnie Fleming, Elena Gramellini, Ornella Palamara, Andrzej Szelc
Last modified: 12/04/2014 |