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  • Jan Åström, P . C . F . Di Stefano, +15 authors L . Zerle
  • 2008
J. Åström , P.C.F. Di Stefano, F. Pröbst, L. Stodolsky, J. Timonen, C. Bucci, S. Cooper, C. Cozzini, F. v. Feilitzsch, H. Kraus, J. Marchese, O. Meier, U. Nagel, Y. Ramachers, W. Seidel, M. Sisti, S. Uchaikin, L. Zerle 1 Max-Planck-Institut für Physik, Föhringer Ring 6, D-80805 Munich, Germany; 2 Technische Universität München, Physik Department, D-85747(More)
In order to assess the response of benthic foraminifera to trace element pollution, a study of benthic foraminiferal assemblages was carried out into sediment samples collected from the Santa Gilla lagoon (Sardinia, Italy). The lagoon has been contaminated by industrial waste, mainly trace elements, as well as by agricultural and domestic effluent. The(More)
C. Arnaboldi,1,2 D. R. Artusa,3 F. T. Avignone III,3,* M. Balata,4 I. Bandac,3 M. Barucci,5,6 J. W. Beeman,7 F. Bellini,17,18 C. Brofferio,1,2 C. Bucci,4 S. Capelli,1,2 L. Carbone,2 S. Cebrian,8 M. Clemenza,1,2 O. Cremonesi,2 R. J. Creswick,3 A. de Waard,9 S. Di Domizio,10,11 M. J. Dolinski,14,15 H. A. Farach,3 E. Fiorini,1,2 G. Frossati,9 A. Giachero,4 A.(More)
We report the results of a search for neutrinoless double-beta decay in a 9.8 kg yr exposure of (130)Te using a bolometric detector array, CUORE-0. The characteristic detector energy resolution and background level in the region of interest are 5.1±0.3  keV FWHM and 0.058±0.004(stat)±0.002(syst)counts/(keV kg yr), respectively. The median 90% C.L.(More)
C. Arnaboldi a,F. T. Avignone III b, J. Beeman c,d,M. Barucci e, M. Balata f,C. Brofferio a, C. Bucci f,S. Cebrian g, R. J. Creswick b,S. Capelli a, L. Carbone a,O. Cremonesi a, A. de Ward h,E. Fiorini a, H. A. Farach b,G. Frossati h, A. Giuliani i,D. Giugni a, P. Gorla a,E. E. Haller c,d, I. G. Irastorza g,R. J. McDonald c, A. Morales g,E. B. Norman c, P.(More)
Neutrinoless double beta decay (0νββ) is one of the most sensitive probes for physics beyond the Standard Model, providing unique information on the nature of neutrinos. In this paperwe review the status and outlook for bolometric 0νββ decay searches. We summarize recent advances in background suppression demonstrated using bolometers with simultaneous(More)
The Italian marginal areas of Orbetello and Lesina lagoons have been investigated in order to assess the response of benthic foraminifera to the trace element contents in the sediments. The investigated lagoons are deeply affected by high values of trace elements. The lagoon of Orbetello shows the highest values of Cd, Cu, Ni, Pb, Zn, and Hg, whereas the(More)
S. CAPELLI, R. ARDITO, C. ARNABOLDI, D. R. ARTUSA, F. T. AVIGNONE III, M. BALATA, I. BANDAC, M. BARUCCI, J.W. BEEMAN, F. BELLINI, C. BROFFERIO, C. BUCCI, F. CAPOZZI, L. CARBONE, S. CEBRIAN, M. CLEMENZA, C. COSMELLI, O. CREMONESI, R. J. CRESWICK, I. DAFINEI, A. DE WAARD, M. DIEMOZ, M. DOLINSKY, H. A. FARACH, F. FERRONI, E. FIORINI, G. FROSSATI, C. GARGIULO,(More)
CUORE is a proposed tightly packed array of 1000 TeO2 bolometers, each being a cube 5 cm on a side with a mass of 750 gms. The array consists of 25 vertical towers, arranged in a square, of 5 towers by 5 towers, each containing 10 layers of 4 crystals. The design of the detector is optimized for ultralowbackground searches for neutrinoless double beta decay(More)
  • P. Di Stefanoa, M. Bruckmayer, +17 authors SAPPHIRE CALORIMETERS
The CRESST experiment seeks hypothetical WIMP particles that could account for the bulk of dark matter in the Universe. The detectors are cryogenic calorimeters in which WIMPs would scatter elastically on nuclei, releasing phonons. The first phase of the experiment has successfully deployed several 262 g sapphire devices in the Gran Sasso underground(More)