Sub-eV 2016

US/Pacific
Perseverance Hall (B54) (LBNL)

Perseverance Hall (B54)

LBNL

Kathryn Zurek, Maurice Garcia-Sciveres
Description


A workshop on ultra low energy detection methods, immediately following the 2016 Berkeley Workshop on Dark Matter. See "Scientific Programme" and "Timetable" for details.
Talks are by invitation only (contact organizers for further details)
Poster
Participants
  • Aaron Manalaysay
  • Alan Poon
  • Alan Robinson
  • Alex Sushkov
  • Amanda Krieger
  • Andrew Sonnenschein
  • Anthony Villano
  • Arran Phipps
  • Christopher Tully
  • Dan McKinsey
  • Daniel Slichter
  • David Moore
  • Eckhard Krotscheck
  • George Seidel
  • Harry Nelson
  • Herbert Steiner
  • Holger Müller
  • Jason Hogan
  • Jeffrey Filippini
  • Jodi Cooley
  • Jonas Zmuidzinas
  • Kathryn Zurek
  • Kent Irwin
  • Mariangela Lisanti
  • Masaki Yamashita
  • Maurice Garcia-Sciveres
  • Megan Eckart
  • Michael Romalis
  • Miguel Arratia
  • Murdock Gilchriese
  • Nicolò Crescini
  • Peter Sorensen
  • Rafael Lang
  • Scott Kravitz
  • Stephen Derenzo
  • Stephen Hanrahan
  • Tom Melia
  • Yasuhiro Kishimoto
  • Yonit Hochberg
  • Yury Kolomensky
  • Zoltan Ligeti
    • Morning 1: Readtalk: (866)740-1260 code 4867354 Perseverance Hall (B54)

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      • 1
        Welcome
        Slides
      • 2
        New ideas in dark matter detection
        Speaker: Kathryn Zurek
        Slides
      • 3
        Superfluid He for DM detection
        Speaker: Daniel McKinsey
        Slides
      • 10:10 AM
        coffee
      • 4
        Electronic excitations in superfluid helium
        Speaker: George Seidel (Brown U.)
        Slides
      • 5
        HEP Cosmic Program Report
        Speaker: Anwar Bhatti (DOE)
        Slides
    • 6
      1st Discussion Session Perseverance Hall (B54)

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      Workshop goals and definition of potential new experiments.
      Speaker: Harry Nelson (UCSB)
    • 12:30 PM
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    • Afternoon 1: Readtalk: (866)740-1260 code 4867354 Perseverance Hall (B54)

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      • 7
        Multi-quasiparticle excitations in superfluid helium
        Speaker: Eckhard Krotscheck (U. of Buffalo)
        Slides
      • 8
        Superconducting detectors for superlight dark matter
        Speaker: Yonit Hochberg
        Slides
      • 9
        PTOLEMY for DM detection
        Speaker: Chris Tully (Princeton U.)
        Slides
      • 3:00 PM
        Tea
      • 10
        Magnetometry and CASPER
        Speaker: Alex Sushkov (Boston U.)
        Slides
      • 11
        Coherent photon scattering background
        Speaker: Alan Robinson (Fermilab)
        Slides
      • 12
        The QUAX experiment to search for axion-spin coupling
        Speaker: Nicolo Crescini
        Slides
    • 13
      2nd Discussion Session Perseverance Hall (B54)

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      Common challenges (eg. backgrounds). Commonality between different technologies presented
      Speaker: Matt Pyle (UCB)
    • 6:00 PM
      Reception UCB Women's Faculty Club

      UCB Women's Faculty Club

      http://www.womensfacultyclub.com/direction.html

    • Morning 2: Readtalk: (866)740-1260 code 4867354 Perseverance Hall (B54)

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      • 14
        High Energy Resolution TES Bolometers
        Speaker: Matt Pyle (UC Berkeley)
        Slides
      • 15
        Millimeter wavelength spectrometers
        Speaker: Jonas Zmuidzinas (Caltech)
        Slides
      • 16
        Microcalorimeter technology in x-ray detectiion
        Speaker: Megan Eckart (NASA)
        Slides
      • 10:30 AM
        coffee
      • 17
        (TBC) Application of CMB detector technology
        Speaker: Adrian (TBC) Lee
        Slides
    • 18
      3rd Discussion Session Perseverance Hall (B54)

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      Single photon detectors discussion
      Speaker: Jeff Filippini (UIUC)
    • 12:00 PM
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    • Afternoon 2: Readtalk: (866)740-1260 code 4867354 Perseverance Hall (B54)

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      • 19
        New Materials for Light Dark Matter Searches
        Speaker: Mariangenla Lisanti (Princeton U.)
        Slides
      • 20
        Molecular Magnets as Magnetic Bubble Chambers
        Speaker: Thomas Melia
        Slides
      • 21
        Lumped-element resonators and DMRadio
        Speaker: Kent Irwin (Stanford U.)
        Slides
      • 3:00 PM
        coffee
      • 22
        Scintillator electron recoil detectors (GaAs )
        Speaker: Stephen Derenzo (UC Berkeley)
        Slides
      • 23
        Ultimate Ionization Threshold
        Speaker: Aaron Manalaysay (UC Davis)
        Slides
    • 24
      4th Discussion Session Perseverance Hall (B54)

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      What Topics have we missed?
      Speaker: Peter Sorensen
    • 6:30 PM
      Workshop Dinner Great China Restaurant

      Great China Restaurant

      https://www.yelp.com/biz/great-china-berkeley

    • Morning 3: Readtalk: (866)740-1260 code 4867354 Perseverance Hall (B54)

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      • 25
        Experimental Limits on Screened Scalar Fields
        Speaker: Holger Müller (UC Berkeley)
        Slides
      • 26
        Atomic Clocks for Dark Matter
        Speaker: Jason Hogan (Stanford U.)
        Slides
      • 27
        Dark matter absorption in semiconductors, superconductors and superfluid helium
        Speaker: Tongyan Lin
        Slides
      • 10:30 AM
        coffee
      • 28
        Bosonic Enhancements in Cavity Scattering
        Speaker: Michael Romalis (Princeton U.)
        Slides
      • 29
        Looking for new particles in nanospheres
        Speaker: David Moore (Yale U.)
        Slides
    • 30
      5th Discussion and Adjourn Perseverance Hall (B54)

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      Is there a clear direction for a single experimental program? What R&D is needed to decide?