The MicroBooNE experiment

Our latest results on the electron neutrino analyses are available here.

Our latest analysis results on “Search for Neutrino-Induced Neutral Current ∆ Radiative Decay in MicroBooNE and a First Test of the MiniBooNE Low Energy Excess Under a Single-Photon Hypothesis” are available here.

MicroBooNE is a large 170-ton liquid-argon time projection chamber (LArTPC) neutrino experiment located on the Booster neutrino beamline at Fermilab. The experiment first started collecting neutrino data in October 2015.

MicroBooNE will investigate the low energy excess events observed by the MiniBooNE experiment, measure a suite of low energy neutrino cross sections, and investigate astro-particle physics.

MicroBooNE is also contributing crucial input towards the construction of massive kiloton scale LArTPC detectors for the future Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) and is the first detector in the Short-Baseline Neutrino (SBN) program at Fermilab.

The MicroBooNE spokespeople are Matt Toups (Fermilab) and Justin Evans (University of Manchester). The international collaboration consists of ~190 scientists from 40 institutions.

MicroBooNE physics

Learn about the MicroBooNE physics program.

MicroBooNE detector

Learn about the MicroBooNE Time Projection Chamber (TPC).

MicroBooNE R&D Program

What role MicroBooNE plays in the Fermilab LAr-based neutrino program.

MicroBooNE talks

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