Strangeness Photoproduction at the BGO-OD Experiment

T. C. Jude, S. Alef, D. Bayadilov, R. Beck, M. Becker, A. Bella, P. Bielefeldt, S. Boese, A. Braghieri, K. Brinkmann, P. Cole, F. Curciarello, V. De Leo, R. Di Salvo, H. Dutz, D. Elsner, A. Fantini, O. Freyermuth, S. Friedrich, F. FrommbergerV. Ganenko, G. Gervino, F. Ghio, G. Giardina, S. Goertz, A. Gridnev, E. Gutz, D. Hammann, J. Hannappel, P. Hartmann, W. Hillert, A. Ignatov, R. Jahn, R. Joosten, F. Klein, K. Koop, B. Krusche, A. Lapik, P. Levi Sandri, I. V. Lopatin, G. Mandaglio, F. Messi, R. Messi, V. Metag, D. Moricciani, A. Mushkarenkov, M. Nanova, V. Nedorezov, D. Novinskiy, P. Pedroni, B. Reitz, M. Romaniuk, T. Rostomyan, N. Rudnev, G. Scheluchin, H. Schmieden, A. Stugelev, V. Sumachev, V. Tarakanov, V. Vegna, D. Walther, D. Watts, H. Zaunick, T. Zimmermann

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BGO-OD is a newly commissioned experiment to investigate the internal structure of the nucleon, using an energy tagged bremsstrahlung photon beam at the ELSA electron facility. The setup consists of a highly segmented BGO calorimeter surrounding the target, with a particle tracking magnetic spectrometer at forward angles. BGO-OD is ideal for investigating meson photoproduction. The extensive physics programme for open strangeness photoproduction is introduced, and preliminary analysis presented.
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Publication statusPublished - 6 Oct 2015


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