Welcome to  Neutrino Research at KEK

Neutrino Group, Institute of Particle and Nuclear Studies (IPNS),  High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK)  hosts the  the accelerator based long baseline neutrino experiment which provides knowledge on the neutrino mass and mixing. Currently, the T2K experiment, whose primary aim is to discover muon neutrino to electron neutrino conversion phenomenon, is being conducted. The T2K experiment has announced the discovery of above neutrino conversion phenomenon in 2013. From 2014, the T2K experiment is investigating the difference between neutrino and anti-neutrino by measuring the neutrino oscillation phenomena precisely. Our mission is producing the high intensity neutrino/anti-neutrino beam  that enables to investigate the properties of the neutrino precisely.

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Megan Frend

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Yoshiaki Fujii

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Takuya Hasegawa

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Taku Ishida

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Takanobu Ishii

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Takeshi Kobayashi

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Takasumi Maruyama

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Takeshi Nakadaira

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Kazuo Nakayoshi

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Yuuichi Oyama

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Ken Sakashita

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Tetsuro Sekiguchi

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Masaru Tada

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Toshifumi Tsukamoto

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Yosihkazu Yamada

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