SNOwGLoBES: SuperNova Observatories with GLoBES

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SNOwGLoBES: SuperNova Observatories with GLoBES

Post by Ada Coda » Wed Sep 29, 2021 10:51 pm

SNOwGLoBES: SuperNova Observatories with GLoBES

Abstract: SNOwGLoBES (SuperNova Observatories with GLoBES) computes interaction rates and distributions of observed quantities for supernova burst neutrinos in common detector materials. The code provides a very simple and fast code and data package for tests of observability of physics signatures in current and future detectors, and for evaluation of relative sensitivities of different detector configurations. The event estimates are made using available cross-sections and parameterized detector responses. Water, argon, scintillator and lead-based configurations are included. The package makes use of GLoBES (ascl:2109.018). SNOwGLoBES is not intended to replace full detector simulations; however output should be useful for many types of studies, and simulation results can be incorporated.

Credit: Scholberg, Kate; Albert, Joshua B.; Vasel, Justin

Site: https://github.com/SNOwGLoBES/snowglobes
https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2021arXiv210913242G

Bibcode: 2021ascl.soft09019S

ID: ascl:2109.019

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