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The Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) is a leading-edge experiment for long-baseline neutrino oscillation studies, neutrino astrophysics and nucleon decay searches. ProtoDUNE-Dual Phase (DP) is a 6x6x6 m^3liquid argon time-projection-chamber (LArTPC) operated at the CERN Neutrino Platform in 2019-2020 as a prototype of the DUNE Far Detector. In ProtoDUNE-DP, the scintillation and electroluminescence light produced by cosmic muons in the LArTPC is collected by photomultiplier tubes p...
#1V. A. BaranovH-Index: 12
#2Yu. I. Davydov (JINR: Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)H-Index: 15
Last. I.I. VasilyevH-Index: 2
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The fast luminescence component of barium fluoride (BaF_2 crystals with a subnanosecond decay time can find wide application in particle physics and nuclear physics. However, the slow luminescence component with the 630~ns decay time could cause pile-up signals at a high rate environment. Doping of BaF_2crystals with rare earth elements suppresses the slow emission component, but at the same time the radiation hardness of the crystals deteriorates. This work presents the results of studyin...
#1N. AbgrallH-Index: 14
#2Mark AmmanH-Index: 20
Last. S. ZimmermannH-Index: 1
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The MAJORANA DEMONSTRATOR comprises two arrays of high-purity germanium detectors constructed to search for neutrinoless double-beta decay in 76-Ge and other physics beyond the Standard Model. Its readout electronics were designed to have low electronic noise, and radioactive backgrounds were minimized by using low-mass components and low-radioactivity materials near the detectors. This paper provides a description of all components of the MAJORANA DEMONSTRATOR readout electronics, spanning the ...
#1Domenico Colella (INFN: National Institute for Nuclear Physics)H-Index: 1
The high integration density of MAPS, with silicon sensor and readout electronics implemented in the same device, allows very thin structures with a greatly reduced material budget. Thicknesses of \mathcal{O}50~\mu), values at which silicon chips become flexible, are readily used in many applications. In addition, MAPS can be produced in sensors of wafer size by a process known as stitching. This in turn allows to build detector elements that are large enough to cover full tracker half-lay...
#2Sang Jun Lee (SLAC: SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)H-Index: 21
Last. Byeongsu Yang (SNU: Seoul National University)
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Superconducting detectors have become an important tool in experimental astroparticle physics, which seeks to provide a fundamental understanding of the Universe. In particular, such detectors have demonstrated excellent potential in two challenging research areas involving rare event search experiments, namely, the direct detection of dark matter and the search for neutrinoless double beta decay. Here, we review the superconducting detectors that have been and are planned to be used in these tw...
The dual-phase xenon time projection chamber (TPC) is a leading detector technology in rare event searches for dark matter and neutrino physics. The success of this type of detector technology relies on its capability to detect both primary scintillation and ionization signals from particle interactions in liquid xenon (LXe). The ionization electrons are converted into electroluminescence in the gas xenon (GXe), where a single electron can be amplified by more than 100 times in number of photons...
#1M. I. Pinilla-Orjuela (LANL: Los Alamos National Laboratory)
#2K.E. MesickH-Index: 9
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Scintillators with pulse-shape discrimination (PSD) capability are of great interest to many fields in the scientific community. The ability to discern a gamma ray from a neutron using PSD varies between different types of scintillator materials and dopants. A new generation of organic scintillator materials with PSD capability were studied to determine their radiation hardness to ionizing and non-ionizing radiation. The PSD capability, average pulse shapes, and light output of four types of org...
#1D. AkimovH-Index: 12
#2P. AnH-Index: 10
Last. J. ZettlemoyerH-Index: 9
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We present results of several measurements of CsI[Na] scintillation response to 3-60 keV energy nuclear recoils performed by the COHERENT collaboration using tagged neutron elastic scattering experiments and an endpoint technique. Earlier results, used to estimate the coherent elastic neutrino-nucleus scattering (CEvNS) event rate for the first observation of this process achieved by COHERENT at the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS), have been reassessed. We discuss corrections for the identified ...
Laser Und XFEL Experiment (LUXE), is a new High Energy and Laser Physics experiment planned to be installed in DESY. It will study the interactions of a very-intense Laser beam with the high-energy, high-quality electron beams from the European XFEL accelerator, to measure characteristics of non-perturbative quantum electrodynamics.
Atmospheric remote spectrometry from space has become in the last 20 years a key component of the Earth monitoring system: their large coverage and deci-kelvin stability have demonstrated their usefulness for weather prediction, atmospheric composition monitoring as well as climate monitoring. It is thus critical to investigate the possible sources of errors associated to this technique. One of them is the so-called "calibration ringing error" that appears in Fourier transform spectrometers at t...
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