• Published 2005

The SuperCDMS proposal for dark matter detection

@inproceedings{Akeriba2005TheSP,
  title={The SuperCDMS proposal for dark matter detection},
  author={D. S. Akeriba and M. J. Attishab and C. N. Baileya and L. Baudisc and D. A. Bauerd and P. L. Brinke and Petra Brusov{\'a} and R. Bunkerf and B. Cabrerae and D. O. Caldwellf and J. Cooleye and M. B. Crislerd and P. Cushmang and P. Denesh and M. R. Dragowskya and L. Duongg and J. Filippinii and R. J. Gaitskellb and S. R. Golwalaj and D. R. Granta and R. Hennings-Yeomansa and D. Holmgrend and M. E. Huberk and K. D. Irwinl and R. Mahapatraf and P. Meunieri and N. Mirabolfathii and H. Nelsonf and R. W. Ogburne and E. Rambergd and A. Reisetterg and T. Saabc and B. Sadouleth and J. Sanderf and D. N. Seitzi and B. Serfassi and R. W. Schneea and K. M. Sundqvisti and J.-P. F. Thompsonb and S. Yellinf and Jessica Yood and B. A. Youngm},
  year={2005}
}
  • D. S. Akeriba, M. J. Attishab, +39 authors B. A. Youngm
Presently the CDMS-II collaboration’s Weakly Interacting Massive Particle (WIMP) search at the Soudan Underground Laboratory sets the most stringent exclusion limits of any WIMP cold dark matter direct-detection experiment. To extend our reach further, to WIMP-nucleon cross-sections in the range 10 46 10 44 cm, we propose SuperCDMS, which would take advantage of a very deep site. One promising site is the recently approved SNOLab facility in Canada. In this paper we will present our overall… CONTINUE READING

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