Matter-wave Atomic Gradiometer Interferometric Sensor (MAGIS-100)

@article{Abe2018MatterwaveAG,
  title={Matter-wave Atomic Gradiometer Interferometric Sensor (MAGIS-100)},
  author={Mahiro Abe and P. Adamson and Marcel Borcean and Daniela Bortoletto and Kieran Bridges and Samuel P. Carman and Swapan Chattopadhyay and Jonathon P. Coleman and Noah M. Curfman and Kenneth DeRose and Tejas Deshpande and Savas Dimopoulos and Christopher J. Foot and Josef C. Frisch and Benjamin E. Garber and S. Geer and Val Gibson and Jonah Glick and Peter W. Graham and Steve R. Hahn and Roni Harnik and Leonie Hawkins and Simon Hindley and Jason M. Hogan and Yijun Jiang and Mark A. Kasevich and Ron Kellett and Mandy Kiburg and Tim Kovachy and J. Lykken and John March-Russell and Jeremiah Mitchell and Martin Murphy and Megan K. T. Nantel and L. E. Nobrega and Robert K. Plunkett and Surjeet Rajendran and Jan Rudolph and N. Sachdeva and Murtaza Safdari and J. Santucci and Ariel Schwartzman and Ian Peter Joseph Shipsey and Hunter Swan and Linda Valerio and Arvydas Vasonis and Yiping Wang and Thomas F. Wilkason},
  journal={Quantum Science \& Technology},
  year={2018},
  volume={6}
}
MAGIS-100 is a next-generation quantum sensor under construction at Fermilab that aims to explore fundamental physics with atom interferometry over a 100 m baseline. This novel detector will search for ultralight dark matter, test quantum mechanics in new regimes, and serve as a technology pathfinder for future gravitational wave detectors in a previously unexplored frequency band. It combines techniques demonstrated in state-of-the-art 10-meter-scale atom interferometers with the latest… 

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