MicroBooNE is the first phase of the Fermilab Short-Baseline Neutrino (SBN) Program and began running in 2015. An 86 ton liquid argon time projection chamber, MicroBooNE is the largest detector of its kind in the US.
The Short-Baseline Near Detector (SBND) is part of the second phase of the SBN Program. A 112 ton LArTPC located 110 m from the neutrino beam, SBND will record over a million neutrino events per year and provide the constraints on the un-oscillated neutrino flux needed to perform sensitive searches for sterile neutrinos at SBN.
The LArIAT LArTPC detector is running in the charged particle test beam facility at Fermilab. LArIAT is an excellent opportunity to study particle interactions in LAr in detail and to perform LArTPC R&D.
The Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) is a next-generation world-leading international neutrino experiment that involves a high-intensity beam at Fermilab (LBNF) and an enormous LArTPC almost a mile underground in the Black Hills of South Dakota. DUNE/LBNF will study long-baseline neutrino oscillations to search for CP violation in the neutrino sector, test the stability of the proton, and wait patiently to see neutrinos from core-collapse supernova in the galaxy.