Title: "Muon Storage Rings as a Source of Neutrino Beams"


The recent results from Super-K clearly indicate the existence of neutrino oscillations and, therefore, motivate the building of a muon storage ring (10-50 GeV) that can produce a directed beam of intense neutrinos (10**20 -10**21 per year) for both domestic and intercontinental experiments (base line of as much as 5,000 km). Such a device requires a powerful proton source (1-4 MW), muon capture, manipulation, cooling, acceleration, and storage. The physics of the neutrino sector will be briefly described, while the device itself will be discussed in much detail.