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Department of Physics pres.

HEP-Astro Seminar | Next Generation of Dark Matter Direct Detection

Kaixuan Ni (University of California San Diego)

The development of dark matter direct detection technologies, especially liquid xenon time projection chamber such as that used in the XENON1T experiment, has made rapid progress in the search for WIMP dark matter in the last decade. The upcoming XENONnT and LZ experiments will further improve the search sensitivity. Beyond that, a generation-3 (G3) dark matter detector will eventually reach the detection limits set by neutrinos. On the other hand, there are vast unexplored parameter space for light dark matter with mass below 1 GeV. In this talk, I will review the recent progress in dark matter direct detection experiments and discuss the promising new technologies that will lead the next generation experiments searching for both heavy and light dark matter particles.

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