The CoGeNT Experiment: A Neutrino and Astro-particle Physics Research Program
Phil Barbeau
Stanford University
Lundi 12/09/2011, 11:00
Bat 141, salle André Berthelot Masque obligatoire; en cas de nécessité de dépassement, contacter préalablement le chef d’installation., CEA Paris-Saclay

As is typical in particle physics, the development of a new detector technology opens up many new avenues of research.  The advent of the PPC Germanium detector, the core technology of the CoGeNT experiment continues this trend. I will discuss briefly the history of the project, beginning with efforts to measure coherent neutrino-nucleus scattering. The role of the PPC detectors in the Majorana zero-neutrino double-beta decay experiment will also be explained. Finally, I will cover the recent developments of the observation of a large excess of nuclear recoils consistent with interactions from light WIMPS, as well as the subsequent suggestion of an annual modulation of these events.

Contact : Eric ARMENGAUD


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