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Manabu Moritsu Last modified date:2024.05.01

Assistant Professor / Experimental Particle Physics Laboratory
Department of Physics
Faculty of Sciences




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Academic Degree
Doctor of Science (Kyoto University)
Country of degree conferring institution (Overseas)
No
Field of Specialization
Experimental Particle Physics
ORCID(Open Researcher and Contributor ID)
0000-0001-6357-0543
Total Priod of education and research career in the foreign country
00years09months
Outline Activities
Experimental Particle Physics
Research
Research Interests
  • Experimental Particle Physics
    keyword : Particle Physics
    2007.04~2022.06.
Academic Activities
Reports
1. ペンタクォーク探索実験J‐PARC E19:2nd Run Result.
2. ペンタクォーク探索実験J‐PARC E19:2nd Run Result(2).
3. ペンタクォーク探索実験J‐PARC E19:2nd Run Result(3).
4. COMET‐CDCに用いるヘリウムベース混合ガスの評価.
5. COMET‐CDCの宇宙線を用いた性能評価試験(4).
6. Study of CDC track reconstruction in the COMET experiment.
Papers
1. Manabu Moritsu, Search for Muon-to-Electron Conversion with the COMET Experiment, Universe, 10.3390/universe8040196, 8, 4, 196, 2022.03, Charged Lepton Flavor Violation is expected to be one of the most powerful tools to reveal physics beyond the Standard Model. The COMET experiment aims to search for the neutrinoless coherent transition of a muon into an electron in the field of a nucleus. Muon-to-electron conversion has never been observed, and can be, and would be, clear evidence of new physics if discovered. The experimental sensitivity of this process, defined as the ratio of the muon-to-electron conversion rate to the total muon capture rate, is expected to be significantly improved by a factor of 100 to 10,000 in the coming decade. The COMET experiment will take place at J-PARC with single event sensitivities of the orders of 10−15 and 10−17 in Phase-I and Phase-II, respectively. The ambitious goal of the COMET experiment is achieved by realizing a high-quality pulsed beam and an unprecedentedly powerful muon source together with an excellent detector apparatus that can tolerate a severe radiation environment. The construction of a new beam line, superconducting magnets, detectors and electronics is in progress towards the forthcoming Phase-I experiment. We present the experimental methods, sensitivity and backgrounds along with recent status and prospects..
Membership in Academic Society
  • THE PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN
Awards
  • Springer Theses Award