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Calibration of the NOvA Detectors: Poster 48th Users Meeting, June 10 - 11, 2015

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Prabhjot Singh
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The NuMI Off-axis Neutrino Experiment (NOvA) is a two-detector, long-baseline neutrino oscillation experiment designed to study nue (nue bar) appearance and numu (numu bar) disappearance in a
numu (numu bar) beam produced at Fermilab. The near detector (ND) is located underground at Fermilab and a functionally identical far detector (FD) is located 810 km away in Ash River,
MN. Both detectors should be well calibrated so that the energy deposited in the detectors can be expressed in physically meaningful units. In this poster we describe the
methodology of performing calibration in the NOvA detectors.
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This is a poster from 48th Users Meeting, June 2015 presented on Calibration of the NOvA Detectors.
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