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Dark Matter Searches with XENON: Recent Results, Future Prospects

by Marc Schumann

Lecture Theatre 5, School of Physics, USyd

Liquid xenon-based detectors are currently the leading technology to directly search for dark matter particles. XENON1T and XENONnT are the last two instruments operated by the XENON Collaboration. XENONnT with its 5.9t liquid xenon targets is currently taking data at the LNGS underground laboratory in Italy. I will present the performance of XENONnT, recent results from XENON1T and XENONnT, and report on the future of the field.