Jul 4 – 11, 2018
COEX, SEOUL
Asia/Seoul timezone

Axion dark matter search experiment with 18T high temperature superconducting magnet at CAPP/IBS in KAIST

Jul 6, 2018, 6:30 PM
2h
COEX, SEOUL

COEX, SEOUL

Poster Dark Matter Detection POSTER

Speaker

Mr Jongkuk Kim (KAIST)

Description

The axion is a hypothetical particle that was introduced to solve the strong CP problem. The U(1) Peccie-Quinn symmetry is spontaneously broken and dynamically produce a slowly oscillating particle axion field. The axion is also a strong candidate for dark matter. In order to search for the axionic dark matter, we use a haloscope technology which is equipped with a strong solenoid magnet and a frequency-tuned resonant cavity system. Our detector is designed to be sensitive to the axion mass range of 14.88-26.88 ueV (3.7-6.5 GHz). In this presentation, we report the CAPP18T axion dark matter search experiment setup which utilizes a 18T High Temperature Superconducting solenoid magnet, resonant cavity, dilution refrigerator and linear amplifier system.

Primary author

Mr Jongkuk Kim (KAIST)

Co-authors

Mr YoungJae Lee (KAIST) Dr Byeonghun Min (IBS) Dr DongLak Kim (IBS) Dr JinGeun Kim (IBS) Mr Moohyun Ahn (Seoul National University) Ms JiYoung Lee (IBS) Mr HeeJun Park (IBS) JONGHEE YOO (KAIST)

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