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Recent results and prospects for NA62 experiment

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  • Silvia Martellotti
  • G. Aglieri Rinella
  • R. Aliberti
  • F. Ambrosino
  • R. Ammendola
  • B. Angelucci
  • A. Antonelli
  • G. Anzivino
  • R. Arcidiacono
  • I. Azhinenko
  • S. Balev
  • M. Barbanera
  • J. Bendotti
  • A. Biagioni
  • L. Bician
  • C. Biino
  • A. Bizzeti
  • T. Blazek
  • A. Blik
  • B. Bloch-Devaux
  • V. Bolotov
  • V. Bonaiuto
  • M. Boretto
  • M. Bragadireanu
  • G. Britvich
  • M. B. Brunetti
  • D. Bryman
  • F. Bucci
  • F. Butin
  • E. Capitolo
  • C. Capoccia
  • T. Capussela
  • A. Cassese
  • A. Catinaccio
  • A. Cecchetti
  • A. Ceccucci
  • P. Cenci
  • V. Cerny
  • C. Cerri
  • B. Checcucci
  • O. Chikilev
  • S. Chiozzi
  • R. Ciaranfi
  • G. Collazuol
  • A. Conovaloff
  • P. Cooke
  • G. Corradi
  • H. Heathhttp://orcid.org/0000-0001-6576-9740
  • R. Page
  • S. Trilov
  • NA62 Collaboration
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNuclear and Particle Physics Proceedings
Pages104-109
Number of pages6
Volume285-286
DOIs
DatePublished - 1 Apr 2017

Abstract

The K+→π+νν‾ decay is theoretically one of the cleanest meson decays and so a good place to look for indirect effects of new physics complementary to LHC searches. The NA62 experiment at CERN is designed to measure the branching ratio of this decay with 10% precision. NA62 was commissioned in October 2014, took data in pilot runs in 2014 and 2015. The NA62 experimental setup is illustrated and data quality is reported.

    Research areas

  • kaons, rare decays

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