Imperial College London

ProfessorTimothySumner

Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Physics

Professor of Experimental Astrophysics
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 7552t.sumner

 
 
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Location

 

1108Blackett LaboratorySouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Publications

Citation

BibTex format

@inproceedings{Akerib:2014,
author = {Akerib, DS and Araújo, HM and Bai, X and Bailey, AJ and Balajthy, J and Bernard, E and Bernstein, A and Bradley, A and Byram, D and Cahn, SB and Carmona-Benitez, MC and Chan, C and Chapman, JJ and Chiller, AA and Chiller, C and Coffey, T and Currie, A and De, Viveiros L and Dobi, A and Dobson, J and Druszkiewicz, E and Edwards, B and Faham, CH and Fiorucci, S and Flores, C and Gaitskell, RJ and Gehman, VM and Ghag, C and Gibson, KR and Gilchriese, MGD and Hall, C and Hertel, SA and Horn, M and Huang, DQ and Ihm, M and Jacobsen, RG and Kazkaz, K and Knoche, R and Larsen, NA and Lee, C and Lenardo, B and Lesko, KT and Lindote, A and Lopes, MI and Malling, DC and Man-Nino, R and McKinsey, DN and Mei, DM and Mock, J and Moongweluwan, M and Morad, J and Murphy, ASJ and Nehrkorn, C and Nelson, H and Neves, F and Ott, RA and Pangilinan, M and Parker, PD and Pease, EK and Pech, K and Phelps, P and Reichhart, L and Shutt, T and Silva, C and Solovov, VN and Sorensen, P and O'Sullivan, K a},
pages = {51--58},
title = {Direct search for dark matter with two-phase xenon detectors: Current status of LUX and plans for LZ},
year = {2014}
}

RIS format (EndNote, RefMan)

TY  - CPAPER
AB - The search for dark matter reaches back generations and remains one of the most compelling endeavors in the hunt for physics beyond the Standard Model. Experiments attempting to directly detect WIMP dark matter have made re-markable progress in increasing sensitivity to elastic scattering of WIMPs on nuclei. The LUX experiment is a 370-kg, two-phase, xenon TPC currently running at SURF, 4850 feet below Lead, SD. LUX recently completed its first science run and was sensitive to spin independent WIMP scattering at cross sections below 10-45 cm2 for WIMP masses of approximately 20 to 80 GeV. Preparations for the final science run of LUX are currently underway, with final results expected in 2015. We will present results from and current status of the LUX experiment, as well as plans for a follow-on, multi-ton-scale xenon experiment at SURF.
AU - Akerib,DS
AU - Araújo,HM
AU - Bai,X
AU - Bailey,AJ
AU - Balajthy,J
AU - Bernard,E
AU - Bernstein,A
AU - Bradley,A
AU - Byram,D
AU - Cahn,SB
AU - Carmona-Benitez,MC
AU - Chan,C
AU - Chapman,JJ
AU - Chiller,AA
AU - Chiller,C
AU - Coffey,T
AU - Currie,A
AU - De,Viveiros L
AU - Dobi,A
AU - Dobson,J
AU - Druszkiewicz,E
AU - Edwards,B
AU - Faham,CH
AU - Fiorucci,S
AU - Flores,C
AU - Gaitskell,RJ
AU - Gehman,VM
AU - Ghag,C
AU - Gibson,KR
AU - Gilchriese,MGD
AU - Hall,C
AU - Hertel,SA
AU - Horn,M
AU - Huang,DQ
AU - Ihm,M
AU - Jacobsen,RG
AU - Kazkaz,K
AU - Knoche,R
AU - Larsen,NA
AU - Lee,C
AU - Lenardo,B
AU - Lesko,KT
AU - Lindote,A
AU - Lopes,MI
AU - Malling,DC
AU - Man-Nino,R
AU - McKinsey,DN
AU - Mei,DM
AU - Mock,J
AU - Moongweluwan,M
AU - Morad,J
AU - Murphy,ASJ
AU - Nehrkorn,C
AU - Nelson,H
AU - Neves,F
AU - Ott,RA
AU - Pangilinan,M
AU - Parker,PD
AU - Pease,EK
AU - Pech,K
AU - Phelps,P
AU - Reichhart,L
AU - Shutt,T
AU - Silva,C
AU - Solovov,VN
AU - Sorensen,P
AU - O'Sullivan,K
AU - Sumner,TJ
AU - Szydagis,M
AU - Tay-Lor,D
AU - Tennyson,B
AU - Tiedt,DR
AU - Tripathi,M
AU - Uvarov,S
AU - Verbus,JR
AU - Walsh,N
AU - Webb,R
AU - White,JT
AU - Witherell,MS
AU - Wolfs,FLH
AU - Woods,M
AU - Zhang,C
EP - 58
PY - 2014///
SN - 1122-5157
SP - 51
TI - Direct search for dark matter with two-phase xenon detectors: Current status of LUX and plans for LZ
ER -