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The recent result of XMASS Experiment

2018.02.08 17:52

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날짜 2018-02-12 15:00 
일시 Feb. 12 (Mon), 3:00pm 
장소 #C303, (Creation Hall 3F, KAIST Munji Campus) 
연사 Dr. Byeongsu Yang, Kamioka Observatory, Univ. of Tokyo 

Seminar Invitation

 

Speaker: Byeongsu Yang (Kamioka Observatory, University of Tokyo)

 

Date: February 12, 2018 (Monday)

 

Time: 3:00 pm

 

Venue: Seminar Room (C303), Creation Hall (3F), KAIST Munji Campus

 

Topic: The recent result of XMASS Experiment

 

Abstract:

 

XMASS is a multi-purpose experiment using a single-phase liquid-xenon scintillator detector located underground at Kamioka Observatory in Japan. With the commissioning data from December 2010, we conducted various dark matter searches such as light WIMPs, WIMP-129Xe inelastic scattering, and bosonic super-WIMPs. After a successful refurbishment to reduce background events, we are continuously taking data since November 2013. With these long-term data, we have searched for dark matter in a fiducial volume and for annual modulation caused by dark matter with masses down to Sub-GeV range. The XMASS detector is also capable of pursuing various researches in particle and astroparticle physics such as supernova neutrino observation, solar axion search, and double electron capture search. A recent development of beta ray and gamma ray separation by waveform enhances physics sensitivities. In this talk, the recent physics results from the XMASS data will be presented.

 

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CAPP seminar will be held as above. Anyone interested in this topic is warmly welcome.

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