Imperial College London

ProfessorTimothySumner

Faculty of Natural SciencesDepartment of Physics

Professor of Experimental Astrophysics
 
 
 
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@article{Akerib:2018:10.1016/j.nima.2018.07.094,
author = {Akerib, DS and Alsum, S and Araujo, HM and Bai, X and Balajthy, J and Beltrame, P and Bernard, EP and Bernstein, A and Biesiadzinski, TP and Boulton, EM and Boxer, B and Bras, P and Burdin, S and Byram, D and Carmona-Benitez, MC and Chan, C and Cutter, JE and Davison, TJR and Druszkiewicz, E and Fallon, SR and Fan, A and Fiorucci, S and Gaitskell, RJ and Genovesi, J and Ghag, C and Gilchriese, MGD and Grace, E and Gwilliam, C and Hall, CR and Haselschwardt, SJ and Hertel, SA and Hogan, DP and Horn, M and Huang, DQ and Ignarra, CM and Jacobsen, RG and Ji, W and Kamdin, K and Kazkaz, K and Khaitan, D and Knoche, R and Korolkova, EV and Kravitz, S and Kudryavtsev, VA and Lenardo, BG and Lesko, KT and Liao, J and Lin, J and Lindote, A and Lopes, MI and Manalaysay, A and Mannino, RL and Marangou, N and Marzioni, MF and McKinsey, DN and Mei, D-M and Moongweluwan, M and Morad, JA and Murphy, ASJ and Nehrkorn, C and Nelson, HN and Neves, F and Oliver-Mallory, KC and Palladino, KJ and Pease, EK},
doi = {10.1016/j.nima.2018.07.094},
journal = {Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment},
pages = {401--410},
title = {LUX trigger efficiency},
url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nima.2018.07.094},
volume = {908},
year = {2018}
}

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TY  - JOUR
AB - The Large Underground Xenon experiment (LUX) searches for dark matter using a dual-phase xenon detector. LUX uses a custom-developed trigger system for event selection. In this paper, the trigger efficiency, which is defined as the probability that an event of interest is selected for offline analysis, is studied using raw data obtained from both electron recoil (ER) and nuclear recoil (NR) calibrations. The measured efficiency exceeds 98% at a pulse area of 90 detected photons, which is well below the WIMP analysis threshold on the S2 pulse area. The efficiency also exceeds 98% at recoil energies of 0.2 keV and above for ER, and 1.3 keV and above for NR. The measured trigger efficiency varies between 99% and 100% over the fiducial volume of the detector.
AU - Akerib,DS
AU - Alsum,S
AU - Araujo,HM
AU - Bai,X
AU - Balajthy,J
AU - Beltrame,P
AU - Bernard,EP
AU - Bernstein,A
AU - Biesiadzinski,TP
AU - Boulton,EM
AU - Boxer,B
AU - Bras,P
AU - Burdin,S
AU - Byram,D
AU - Carmona-Benitez,MC
AU - Chan,C
AU - Cutter,JE
AU - Davison,TJR
AU - Druszkiewicz,E
AU - Fallon,SR
AU - Fan,A
AU - Fiorucci,S
AU - Gaitskell,RJ
AU - Genovesi,J
AU - Ghag,C
AU - Gilchriese,MGD
AU - Grace,E
AU - Gwilliam,C
AU - Hall,CR
AU - Haselschwardt,SJ
AU - Hertel,SA
AU - Hogan,DP
AU - Horn,M
AU - Huang,DQ
AU - Ignarra,CM
AU - Jacobsen,RG
AU - Ji,W
AU - Kamdin,K
AU - Kazkaz,K
AU - Khaitan,D
AU - Knoche,R
AU - Korolkova,EV
AU - Kravitz,S
AU - Kudryavtsev,VA
AU - Lenardo,BG
AU - Lesko,KT
AU - Liao,J
AU - Lin,J
AU - Lindote,A
AU - Lopes,MI
AU - Manalaysay,A
AU - Mannino,RL
AU - Marangou,N
AU - Marzioni,MF
AU - McKinsey,DN
AU - Mei,D-M
AU - Moongweluwan,M
AU - Morad,JA
AU - Murphy,ASJ
AU - Nehrkorn,C
AU - Nelson,HN
AU - Neves,F
AU - Oliver-Mallory,KC
AU - Palladino,KJ
AU - Pease,EK
AU - Rischbieter,G
AU - Rhyne,C
AU - Rossiter,P
AU - Shaw,S
AU - Shutt,TA
AU - Silva,C
AU - Solmaz,M
AU - Solovov,VN
AU - Sorensen,P
AU - Sumner,TJ
AU - Szydagis,M
AU - Taylor,DJ
AU - Taylor,WC
AU - Tennyson,BP
AU - Terman,PA
AU - Tiedt,DR
AU - To,WH
AU - Tripathi,M
AU - Tvrznikova,L
AU - Utku,U
AU - Uvarov,S
AU - Velan,V
AU - Verbus,JR
AU - Webb,RC
AU - White,JT
AU - Whitis,TJ
AU - Witherell,MS
AU - Wolfs,FLH
AU - Woodward,D
AU - Xu,J
AU - Yazdani,K
AU - Zhang,C
DO - 10.1016/j.nima.2018.07.094
EP - 410
PY - 2018///
SN - 0168-9002
SP - 401
TI - LUX trigger efficiency
T2 - Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment
UR - http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.nima.2018.07.094
UR - http://hdl.handle.net/10044/1/63578
VL - 908
ER -