The Light Dark Matter eXperiment (LDMX)

@article{AAkesson2019TheLD,
  title={The Light Dark Matter eXperiment (LDMX)},
  author={Torsten AAkesson and Asher Berlin and Nikita Blinov and Owen Colegrove and Giulia Collura and Valentina Dutta and B. Echenard and Joshua Hiltbrand and David G. Hitlin and Joe Incandela and John A. Jaros and Robert Johnson and Gordan Krnjaic and Jeremiah Mans and Takashi Maruyama and Jeremy McCormick and Omar Moreno and Timothy Knight Nelson and Gavin Niendorf and Reese Petersen and Ruth Pottgen and Philip Christian Schuster and Natalia Toro and Nhan Tran and Andrew Whitbeck},
  journal={Proceedings of The 39th International Conference on High Energy Physics — PoS(ICHEP2018)},
  year={2019}
}
We present an initial design study for LDMX, the Light Dark Matter Experiment, a small-scale accelerator experiment having broad sensitivity to both direct dark matter and mediator particle production in the sub-GeV mass region. LDMX employs missing momentum and energy techniques in multi-GeV electro-nuclear fixed-target collisions to explore couplings to electrons in uncharted regions that extend down to and below levels that are motivated by direct thermal freeze-out mechanisms. LDMX would… Expand
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