1 November 2018 to 19 December 2018
Europe/Zurich timezone

Input from the DARWIN collaboration to the European Strategy for Particle Physics

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1m
Dark matter and dark sector (accelerator and non-accelerator dark matter, dark photons, hidden sector, axions)

Description

The DARWIN collaboration (www.darwin-observatory.org) is planning to build the “ultimate” underground-based direct detection dark matter detector, with a dark matter sensitivity limited only by irreducible neutrino backgrounds. The core of the detector will have a 40 ton liquid xenon target instrumented as a dual-phase time projection chamber. The large xenon target, the exquisitely low radioactive backgrounds and the low energy threshold will allow a diversification of the physics program beyond purely the search for dark matter particles: DARWIN will be a true low-background, low-threshold astroparticle physics observatory.

Primary authors

Prof. Laura Baudis (University of Zurich) Prof. Marc Schumann (Universitaet Freiburg)

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