NeuProbes neutrino and other probes for new physics
Neutrino physics holds the keys to the understanding of the origin of masses and matter
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no PCIG11-GA-2012-321582 © Josu Hernandez
THE PROJECT The Standard Model (SM) of particle physics is an extremely successful theory that summarizes our understanding of the elementary particles that form the Universe. However, there a few experimental results that indicate that the SM needs to be extended with new physics to be discovered. Namely, the evidence for neutrino masses from the "neutrino oscillation phenomenon" and the existence of "dark matter" (DM), a new form of matter not present in the SM content. The study of these two sectors to explore new physics beyond the SM is the principal goal of the NeuProbes project. In 2011 the SM underwent a revolution, not only the Higgs particle was discovered completing the particle content of the SM, but also "theta13", a fundamental parameter describing neutrino interactions, was measured. This measurement opens the window to probing an even more fundamental unknown quantity in the neutrino sector "delta", that could be related to the existence of the observed matter-antimatter asymmetry in the Universe and, thus, ultimately responsible for our existence. A principal line of research in NeuProbes is the analysis and simulation of neutrino oscillation data so as to probe for and optimize the searches for delta. The discovery of theta13 revolutionized the field and allowed us to propose a new search strategy, which has been adopted by a new-formed experimental collaboration proposing a new facility based on the ESS under construction at Lund to determine the value of delta. Within the context of NewProbes we have also performed studies of the sensitivity that future neutrino oscillation searches will have to delta, conditioned to the presently available information from existing experiments. Currently we are also performing analysis aiming to optimize the two proposed neutrino oscillation facilities which will likely comprise the next generation in this field: T2HK in Japan and DUNE in the USA. Another line of research where NeuProbes has had a significant impact in the community is the probe of theories aiming at the explanation of the observed neutrino masses beyond the SM context. In particular, the most popular and widely accepted theory predicts the existence of extra neutrinos with extremely small interactions with the rest of the observable Universe. In NeuProbes we have analyzed present laboratory data as well as cosmological observations so as to constrain these very feeble interactions and probe for the existence of these hypothetical new particles. Finally, within NeuProbes, we have also probed for the interactions between DM and the visible Universe combining existing data. In this context, we have also developed a new alternative theory to explain DM production in the early Universe. These scientific results have been possible thanks to the NeuProbes grant that allowed to fund the ongoing career of a PhD student as well as some equipment and travel budget for the dissemination of the results. In turn this has enabled the NeuProbes principal investigator to successfully integrate within a broader working group in his research institution with good prospects for stabilization in the future.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no PCIG11-GA-2012-321582 © Josu Hernandez
Seminars & Talks
• Radiative corrections to Mh within the MSSM-Seesaw from 3 generations of neutrinos and sneutrinos V CPAN days. 25-27 November 2013. Santiago de Compostela, Spain. • CP violation and oscillation parameter precision measurements ICFA European Neutrino meeting, 8-10 January 2014. Paris, France. • The search for leptonic CP violation News in Neutrino Physics, 7 April-2 May 2014. Stockholm, Sweden • The search for leptonic CP violation GDR Neutrino Meeting 2014, 16-17 June. Orsay, France. • WG1 Summary talk NuFact14 Workshop, 15-30 August. Glasgow, UK. • The measurement of leptonic CP violation NOW 2014, 7-14 September 2014. Otranto, Italy. • The search for leptonic CP violation Seminar at the INFN Genova, 2 March 2015. Genova, Italy. • Complete bounds on right-handed neutrino mixing Invisibles Workshop 2015. 22-26 June 2015. Madrid, Spain. • The quest for leptonic CP violation Nu@Fermilab, 21-25 July 2015. Fermilab, Illinois, USA. • Discussion leader on neutrino oscillation experiments Neutrinos from Space and on Earth, 26 July-16 August 2015. Aspen, Colorado, USA. • Global fit to right-handed neutrino mixing at 1 loop EPS HEP 2015. 22-29 July 2015. Vienna, Austria. • Loop level constraints on Seesaw neutrino mixing VII CPAN days. 1-3 December 2015. Segovia, Spain. • Leptonic CP violation in long baseline neutrino oscillation experiments: theoretical issues NuPhys. 16-18 December 2015. London, UK. • Global constraints on heavy neutrino mixing EW Interactions and Unified Theories Rencontres de Moriond. 12-19 March 2016. La Thuile, Aosta Valley, Italy. • Global constraints on heavy neutrino mixing (poster) XLIV International Meeting on Fundamental Physics. 4-8 April 2016. Madrid, Spain. • Long baseline neutrino oscillation phenomenology Neutrino 2016. 4-9 July 2016. London, UK. • Global constraints on heavy neutrino Seesaw mixing ICHEP 2016. 3-10 August 2016. Chicago, USA. • Global constraints on Seesaw neutrino mixing NuFact 2016 - Rencontres du Vietnam. 21-27 August 2016. Quy Nhon, Vietnam. • The seesaw mechanism in neutrino oscillations NuFact 2016 - Rencontres du Vietnam. 21-27 August 2016. Quy Nhon, Vietnam. • Global constraints on heavy neutrino mixing Invisibles Workshop 2016. 12-16 September 2016. Padova, Italy. • Global constraints on heavy neutrino mixing (poster) Second position in the poster competition of Invisibles Workshop 2016. 12-16 September 2016. Padova, Italy. • The seesaw mechanism in neutrino oscillations Invisibles Workshop 2016. 12-16 September 2016. Padova, Italy. • Non-Unitarity vs sterile neutrinos at DUNE (poster) First position in the poster competition of NuPhys 2016. 12-14 December 2016. London, UK. • Non-Unitarity vs sterile neutrinos at DUNE (poster) Invisibles Workshop 2017. 12-16 June 2017. Zurich, Switzerland.
  • Freeze-in through portals
    Mattias Blennow, Enrique Fernandez-Martínez and Bryan Zaldívar The popular freeze-out paradigm for Dark Matter (DM) production, relies on DM-baryon couplings of the order of the weak interactions. However, different search strategies for DM have failed to provide a conclusive evidence of such (non-gravitational) interactions, while greatly reducing the parameter space of many representative models. This motivates the study of alternative mechanisms for DM genesis. In the freeze-in framework, the DM is slowly populated from the thermal bath while never reaching equilibrium. In this work, we analyse in detail the possibility of producing a frozen-in DM via a mediator particle which acts as a portal. We give analytical estimates of different freeze-in regimes and support them with full numerical analyses, taking into account the proper distribution functions of bath particles. Finally, we constrain the parameter space of generic models by requiring agreement with DM relic abundance observations. JCAP 1401 (2013) 003 arXiv:1309.7348 [hep-ph]
  • Searching for sterile neutrinos at the ESSνSB
    Mattias Blennow, Pilar Coloma and Enrique Fernandez-Martinez The ESSνSB project is a proposed neutrino oscillation experiment based on the European Spallation Source with the search for leptonic CP as its main aim. In this letter we show that a near detector at around 1 km distance from the beamline is not only very desirable for keeping the systematic errors affecting the CP search under control, but would also provide a significant sensitivity probe for sterile neutrino oscillations in the region of the parameter space favored by the long-standing LSND anomaly. We find that the effective mixing angle θμe can be probed down to sin2(2θμe)≃2(8)⋅10−3 at 5σ assuming 15% bin-to-bin (un)correlated systematics. JHEP 1412 (2014) 120 arXiv:1407.1317 [hep-ph]
  • Reassessing the sensitivity to leptonic CP violation
    Mattias Blennow, Pilar Coloma and Enrique Fernandez-Martinez We address the validity of the usual procedure to determine the sensitivity of neutrino oscillation experiments to CP violation. An explicit calibration of the test statistic is performed through Monte Carlo simulations for several experimental setups. We find that significant deviations from a χ2 distribution with one degree of freedom occur for experimental setups with low sensitivity to δ. In particular, when the allowed region to which δ is constrained at a given confidence level is comparable to the whole allowed range, the cyclic nature of the variable manifests and the premises of Wilk's theorem are violated. This leads to values of the test statistic significantly lower than a χ2 distribution at that confidence level. On the other hand, for facilities which can place better constraints on δ the cyclic nature of the variable is hidden and, as the potential of the facility improves, the values of the test statistics first become slightly higher than and then approach asymptotically a χ2 distribution. The role of sign degeneracies is also discussed. JHEP 1503 (2015) 005 arXiv:1407.3274 [hep-ph]
  • Revisiting cosmological bounds on sterile neutrinos
    Aaron C. Vincent, Enrique Fernandez-Martinez, Pilar Hernandez, Massimiliano Lattanzi and Olga Mena We employ state-of-the art cosmological observables including supernova surveys and BAO information to provide constraints on the mass and mixing angle of a non-resonantly produced sterile neutrino species, showing that cosmology can effectively rule out sterile neutrinos which decay between BBN and the present day. The decoupling of an additional heavy neutrino species can modify the time dependence of the Universe's expansion between BBN and recombination and, in extreme cases, lead to an additional matter-dominated period; while this could naively lead to a younger Universe with a larger Hubble parameter, it could later be compensated by the extra radiation expected in the form of neutrinos from sterile decay. However, recombination-era observables including the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB), the shift parameter RCMB and the sound horizon rs from Baryon Acoustic Oscillations (BAO) severely constrain this scenario. We self-consistently include the full time-evolution of the coupled sterile neutrino and standard model sectors in an MCMC, showing that if decay occurs after BBN, the sterile neutrino is essentially bounded by the constraint sin2θ≲0.026(ms/eV)−2. JCAP 1504 (2015) 006 arXiv:1408.1956 [astro-ph.CO]
  • Radiative corrections to Mh from three generations of Majorana neutrinos and sneutrinos
    Sven Heinemeyer, Josu Hernandez-Garcia, Maria Jose Herrero, Xabier Marcano, Ana Maria Rodriguez-Sanchez In this work we study the radiative corrections to the mass of the lightest Higgs boson of the MSSM from three generations of Majorana neutrinos and sneutrinos. The spectrum of the MSSM is augmented by three right handed neutrinos and their supersymmetric partners. A seesaw mechanism of type I is used to generate the physical neutrino masses and oscillations that we require to be in agreement with present neutrino data. We present a full one-loop computation of these Higgs mass corrections, and analyze in full detail their numerical size in terms of both the MSSM and the new (s)neutrino parameters. A critical discussion on the different possible renormalization schemes and their implications is included. Adv. High Energy Phys. 2015, 152394 (2015) arXiv:1407.1083 [hep-ph]
  • Loop level constraints on Seesaw neutrino mixing
    Enrique Fernandez-Martinez, Josu Hernandez-Garcia, Jacobo Lopez-Pavon and Michele Lucente We perform a detailed study of the importance of loop corrections when deriving bounds on heavy-active neutrino mixing in the context of general Seesaw mechanisms with extra heavy right-handed neutrinos. We find that, for low-scale Seesaws with an approximate B−L symmetry characterized by electroweak scale Majorana masses and large Yukawas, loop corrections could indeed become relevant in a small part of the parameter space. Previous results in the literature showed that a partial cancellation between these important loop corrections and the tree level contributions could relax some constraints and lead to qualitatively different results upon their inclusion. However, we find that this cancellation can only take place in presence of large violations of the B−L symmetry, that lead to unacceptably large contributions to the light neutrino masses at loop level. Thus, when we restrict our analysis of the key observables to an approximate B−L symmetry so as to recover the correct values for neutrino masses, we always find loop corrections to be negligible in the regions of the parameter space preferred by data. arXiv:1508.03051 [hep-ph]
  • Global constraints on vector-like WIMP effective interactions
    Mattias Blennow, Pilar Coloma, Enrique Fernandez-Martinez, Pedro A. N. Machado and Bryan Zaldivar In this work we combine information from relic abundance, direct detection, cosmic microwave background, positron fraction, gamma rays, and colliders to explore the existing constraints on effective couplings between Dark Matter and Standard Model constituents when no underlying model or correlation is assumed. Our results show that Dark Matter masses below 20 GeV are disfavoured at the 3σ level by tension between the relic abundance requirement and upper constraints on the Dark Matter couplings. Furthermore, large couplings are typically only allowed in combinations which avoid effective couplings to the nuclei used in direct detection experiments. arXiv:1509.01587 [hep-ph]
  • A Very Intense Neutrino Super Beam Experiment for Leptonic CP Violation Discovery based on the European Spallation Source Linac: A Snowmass 2013 White Paper
    E.Baussan, M.Blennow, M.Bogomilov, E.Bouquerel, J.Cederkall, P.Christiansen, P.Coloma, P.Cupial, H.Danared, C.Densham, M.Dracos, T.Ekelof, M.Eshraqi, E.Fernandez Martinez, G.Gaudiot, R.Hall-Wilton, J.-P.Koutchouk, M.Lindroos, R.Matev, D.McGinnis, M.Mezzetto, R.Miyamoto, L.Mosca, T.Ohlsson, H.Ohman, F.Osswald, S.Peggs, P.Poussot, R.Ruber, J.Y.Tang, R.Tsenov, G.Vankova-Kirilova, N.Vassilopoulos, E.Wildner, J.Wurtz Very intense neutrino beams and large neutrino detectors will be needed in order to enable the discovery of CP violation in the leptonic sector. We propose to use the proton linac of the European Spallation Source currently under construction in Lund, Sweden to deliver, in parallel with the spallation neutron production, a very intense, cost effective and high performance neutrino beam. The baseline program for the European Spallation Source linac is that it will be fully operational at 5 MW average power by 2022, producing 2 GeV 2.86 ms long proton pulses at a rate of 14 Hz. Our proposal is to upgrade the linac to 10 MW average power and 28 Hz, producing 14 pulses/s for neutron production and 14 pulses/s for neutrino production. Furthermore, because of the high current required in the pulsed neutrino horn, the length of the pulses used for neutrino production needs to be compressed to a few μs with the aid of an accumulator ring. A long baseline experiment using this Super Beam and a megaton underground Water Cherenkov detector located in existing mines 300-600 km from Lund will make it possible to discover leptonic CP violation at 5 σ significance level in up to 50% of the leptonic Dirac CP-violating phase range. This experiment could also determine the neutrino mass hierarchy at a significance level of more than 3 σ if this issue will not already have been settled by other experiments by then. The mass hierarchy performance could be increased by combining the neutrino beam results with those obtained from atmospheric neutrinos detected by the same large volume detector. This detector will also be used to measure the proton lifetime, detect cosmological neutrinos and neutrinos from supernova explosions. Results on the sensitivity to leptonic CP violation and the neutrino mass hierarchy are presented. Nuclear Physics B, Volume 885, August 2014, Pages 127-149 arXiv:1309.7022 [hep-ex]
  • The MOMENT to search for CP violation
    M. Blennow, P. Coloma and E. Fernández-Martinez In this letter, we analyze for the first time the physics reach in terms of sensitivity to leptonic CP violation of the proposed MuOn-decay MEdium baseline NeuTrino beam (MOMENT) experiment, a novel neutrino oscillation facility that would operate with neutrinos from muon decay. Apart from obtaining a sufficiently intense flux, the bottlenecks to the physics reach of this experiment will be achieving a high enough suppression of the atmospheric background and, particularly, attaining a sufficient level of charge identification. We thus present our results as a function of these two factors. As for the detector, we consider a very massive Gd-doped Water Cherenkov detector. We find that MOMENT will be competitive with other currently planned future oscillation experiments if a charge identification of at least 80 % can be achieved at the same time that the atmospheric background can be suppressed by at least a factor of ten. We also find a large synergy of MOMENT with the current generation of neutrino oscillation experiments, T2K and NOvA, which significantly enhances its final sensitivity. JHEP 1603 (2016) 197 arXiv:1511.02859 [hep-ex]
  • Global constraints on heavy neutrino mixing
    E. Fernandez-Martinez, J. Hernandez-Garcia and J. Lopez-Pavon We derive general constraints on the mixing of heavy Seesaw neutrinos with the SM fields from a global fit to present flavour and electroweak precision data. We explore and compare both a completely general scenario, where the heavy neutrinos are integrated out without any further assumption, and the more constrained case were only 3 additional heavy states are considered. The latter assumption implies non-trivial correlations in order to reproduce the correct neutrino masses and mixings as observed by oscillation data and thus some qualitative differences can be found with the more general scenario. The relevant processes analyzed in the global fit include searches for Lepton Flavour Violating (LFV) decays, probes of the universality of weak interactions, CKM unitarity bounds and electroweak precision data. In particular, a comparative and detailed study of the present and future sensitivity of the different LFV experiments is performed. We find a mild 1−2σ preference for non-zero heavy neutrino mixing of order 0.03-0.04 in the electron and tau sectors. At the 2σ level we derive bounds on all mixings ranging from 0.1 to 0.01 with the notable exception of the e−μ sector with a more stringent bound of 0.005 from the μ→eγ process. JHEP 1608 (2016) 033 arXiv:1605.08774 [hep-ex]
  • Experiment Simulation Configurations Used in DUNE CDR
    DUNE Collaboration The LBNF/DUNE CDR describes the proposed physics program and experimental design at the conceptual design phase. Volume 2, entitled The Physics Program for DUNE at LBNF, outlines the scientific objectives and describes the physics studies that the DUNE collaboration will perform to address these objectives. The long-baseline physics sensitivity calculations presented in the DUNE CDR rely upon simulation of the neutrino beam line, simulation of neutrino interactions in the far detector, and a parameterized analysis of detector performance and systematic uncertainty. The purpose of this posting is to provide the results of these simulations to the community to facilitate phenomenological studies of long-baseline oscillation at LBNF/DUNE. Additionally, this posting includes GDML of the DUNE single-phase far detector for use in simulations. DUNE welcomes those interested in performing this work as members of the collaboration, but also recognizes the benefit of making these configurations readily available to the wider community. arXiv:1606.09550 [hep-ex]
  • Neutrino oscillations at DUNE with improved energy reconstruction
    V. De Romeri, E. Fernandez-Martinez and M. Sorel We study the physics reach of the long-baseline oscillation analysis of the DUNE experiment when realistic simulations are used to estimate its neutrino energy reconstruction capabilities. Our studies indicate that significant improvements in energy resolution compared to what is customarily assumed are plausible. This improved energy resolution can increase the sensitivity to leptonic CP violation in two ways. On the one hand, the CP-violating term in the oscillation probability has a characteristic energy dependence that can be better reproduced. On the other hand, the second oscillation maximum, especially sensitive to δCP, is better reconstructed. These effects lead to a significant improvement in the fraction of values of δCP for which a 5σ discovery of leptonic CP-violation would be possible. The precision of the δCP measurement could also be greatly enhanced, with a reduction of the maximum uncertainties from 26∘ to 18∘ for a 300~MW⋅kt⋅yr exposure. We therefore believe that this potential gain in physics reach merits further investigations of the detector performance achievable in DUNE. JHEP 1609 (2016) 030 arXiv:1607.00293 [hep-ex]
  • Gauged Lepton Flavour
    R. Alonso, E. Fernandez Martinez, M.B. Gavela, B. Grinstein, L. Merlo and P. Quilez The gauging of the lepton flavour group is considered in the Standard Model context and in its extension with three right-handed neutrinos. The anomaly cancellation conditions lead to a Seesaw mechanism as underlying dynamics for all leptons; requiring in addition a phenomenologically viable setup leads to Majorana masses for the neutral sector: the type I Seesaw Lagrangian in the Standard Model case and the inverse Seesaw in the extended model. Within the minimal extension of the scalar sector, the Yukawa couplings are promoted to scalar fields in the bifundamental of the flavour group. The resulting low-energy Yukawa couplings are proportional to inverse powers of the vacuum expectation values of those scalars; the protection against flavour changing neutral currents differs from that of Minimal Flavor Violation. In all cases, the μ−τ flavour sector exhibits rich and promising phenomenological signals. JHEP 1612 (2016) 119 arXiv:1609.05902 [hep-ex]
  • Non-Unitarity, sterile neutrinos, and Non-Standard neutrino Interactions
    M. Blennow, P. Coloma, E. Fernandez-Martinez, J. Hernandez-Garcia and J. Lopez-Pavon The simplest Standard Model extension to explain neutrino masses involves the addition of right-handed neutrinos. At some level, this extension will impact neutrino oscillation searches. In this work we explore the differences and similarities between the case in which these neutrinos are kinematically accessible (sterile neutrinos) or not (mixing matrix non-unitarity). We clarify apparent inconsistencies in the present literature when using different parametrizations to describe these effects and recast both limits in the popular neutrino non-standard interaction (NSI) formalism. We find that, in the limit in which sterile oscillations are averaged out at the near detector, their effects at the far detector coincide with non-unitarity at leading order, even in presence of a matter potential. We also summarize the present bounds existing in both limits and compare them with the expected sensitivities of near future facilities taking the DUNE proposal as a benchmark. We conclude that non-unitarity effects are too constrained to impact present or near future neutrino oscillation facilities but that sterile neutrinos can play an important role at long baseline experiments. The role of the near detector is also discussed in detail. JHEP 1704 (2017) 153 arXiv:1609.08637 [hep-ex]
  • Dark Matter and the elusive Z′ in a dynamical Inverse Seesaw scenario
    V. De Romeri, E. Fernandez-Martinez, J. Gehrlein, P. A. N. Machado and V. Niro The Inverse Seesaw naturally explains the smallness of neutrino masses via an approximate B−L symmetry broken only by a correspondingly small parameter. In this work the possible dynamical generation of the Inverse Seesaw neutrino mass mechanism from the spontaneous breaking of a gauged U(1) B−L symmetry is investigated. Interestingly, the Inverse Seesaw pattern requires a chiral content such that anomaly cancellation predicts the existence of extra fermions belonging to a dark sector with large, non-trivial, charges under the U(1) B−L. We investigate the phenomenology associated to these new states and find that one of them is a viable dark matter candidate with mass around the TeV scale, whose interaction with the Standard Model is mediated by the Z′ boson associated to the gauged U(1) B−L symmetry. Given the large charges required for anomaly cancellation in the dark sector, the B−L Z′ interacts preferentially with this dark sector rather than with the Standard Model. This suppresses the rate at direct detection searches and thus alleviates the constraints on Z′-mediated dark matter relic abundance. The collider phenomenology of this elusive Z′ is also discussed. arXiv:1707.08606 [hep-ex]
• Course on Standard Model of elementary particles II (SMII)
Notebook I Notebook II Notebook III
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no PCIG11-GA-2012-321582 © Josu Hernandez
OUTREACH • Outreach talk: “Las Misteriosas Propiedades de los Neutrinos” La frontera de la fisica fundamental, 14 November 2013. Madrid, Spain.
Our body is by crossed by millions on neutrinos every second. The fascinating properties of these particles, they almost have no interaction with matter and their mass is millions times less than that of the other elementary particles, will be covered along this talk. • IFT Responde: "Masas y Sabores de Neutrinos" IFT outreach YouTube channel.
Visit the YouTube channel here for more outreach videos. • International Masterclass: hands on particle physics IPPO International Masterclasses 2014 and 2015. IFT Madrid, Spain. "Each year about 10.000 high school students in 42 countries come to one of about 200 nearby universities or research centres for one day in order to unravel the mysteries of particle physics. Lectures from active scientists give insight in topics and methods of basic research at the fundaments of matter and forces, enabling the students to perform measurements on real data from particle physics experiments themselves. At the end of each day, like in an international research collaboration, the participants join in a video conference for discussion and combination of their results." Visit the page here for more information. • Outreach events: “Semana de la Ciencia Madrid” Every November. Madrid, Spain. "The Madrid Science Week is an outreach initiative of science, technology and innovation addressed to all audiences of all ages and scientific levels that takes place throughout the Region of Madrid." More information here. • IFT UAM-CSIC Outreach Webpage "In these page you will find information about elementary particles and fundamental interactions, neutrinos, the Higgs boson, the origin and energy content of the Universe, dark matter and dark energy, black holes, and many other fascinating topics in the frontier of knowledge." Visit the page here. • CERN Outreach Webpage "Come and learn about fundamental research and see inside the world's largest particle physics laboratory. Feel free to visit our permanent exhibitions and experience CERN's scientific adventure on your own. Book and take part at one of our guided tours and discover the secrets of matter." Find here more information. • Paco Yndurain Colloquia Once a month at the Facultad de Ciencias. Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain. "Since the academic course 2010-2011, the Department of Theoretical Physics holds every year the Paco Yndurain colloquia. These colloquia are intended to be of very high quality and very general and non-technical, targeting all specialties of our Department and well beyond." The slides and videos are available here.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no PCIG11-GA-2012-321582 © Josu Hernandez
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no PCIG11-GA-2012-321582 © Josu Hernandez