Apr 7 – 9, 2014
Royal Holloway, University of London
Europe/London timezone
Institute of Physics 2014 Joint High Energy Particle Physics and Astro Particle Physics Groups Annual Meeting

Sensor R&D for the stable operation of the LZ detector

Apr 8, 2014, 5:30 PM
Room A (Windsor Building)

Room A

Windsor Building

contributed talk Particle Astrophysics, Current and Future Parallel 2A


Paul Scovell (University of Oxford)


Maintaining stable operating conditions is of utmost importance in any dark matter detector. The LZ detector will be the largest two-phase liquid xenon detector ever constructed and as such will require unsurpassed levels of monitoring. This talk will discuss R&D efforts to this end in the UK and will cover the development of position, liquid level and piezo-electric bubble sensors and of loop antennae for the detection of electric discharges.

Primary author

Paul Scovell (University of Oxford)

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