Welcome to the AMoRE web

The AMoRE experiment aims to search for 0νββ decay of 100Mo nuclei using molybdate scintillating crystals operating at milli-Kelvin temperatures. The ultimate goal of the experiment is to achieve a sensitivity that covers the entire ⟨mββ⟩ range that is allowed by the inverted neutrino mass hierarchy.The AMoRE project is a series of experiments. The first phase of the AMoRE, called AMoRE-Pilot, has been operating since 2015 with about 1.5 kg of 40Ca100MoO4 crystals at YangYang underground Laboratory (Y2L) in Korea.

Contact Info

Spokespersons of AMoRE Collaboration

  • Yeongduk Kim (ydkim@ibs.re.kr), CUP, IBS, Daejeon, Korea
  • Hongjoo Kim (hongjoo@wmail.knu.ac.kr), Kyungpook National University, Daegu, Korea

333-5 Yeongdeok-ri, Seo-myeon (2403 Guryongnyeong-ro) Yangyang, Gangwon-do, South Korea
Tel. +82-42-878-8535 Byung-Jin Choi / +82-42-878-8501 Jieun Shin
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