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TT 39: Focus Session: Frontiers in Cryogenic Particle Detection

Mittwoch, 18. März 2020, 15:00–18:30, HSZ 03

15:00 TT 39.1 Hauptvortrag: Magnetic Micro-Calorimeters: Present success stories, concepts and visions — •Andreas Fleischmann
15:30 TT 39.2 Hauptvortrag: Ultra-Sensitive Microwave Kinetic Inductance Detectors from the Optical to the Far Infrared — •Jochem Baselmans, Pieter de Visser, Stephen Yates, Lorenza Ferrari, Vignesh Murugesan, David Thoen, and Akira Endo
16:00 TT 39.3 Hauptvortrag: LTS dc-SQUID sensors for TES and MMC readout — •Jörn Beyer
  16:30 15 min. break.
16:45 TT 39.4 Hauptvortrag: CRESST and NUCLEUS: The low-energy frontier of Dark Matter and neutrino physics — •Raimund Strauss
17:15 TT 39.5 Hauptvortrag: Large Array of Superconducting Transition-Edge Sensors for High Sensitive Photon and Particle Detectors — •Luciano Gottardi
17:45 TT 39.6 Beta Spectrometry Measurements with Metallic Magnetic Calorimeters — •Michael Paulsen, Jörn Beyer, Lina Bockhorn, Christian Enss, Sebastian Kempf, Karsten Kossert, Martin Loidl, Riham Mariam, Ole Nähle, Matias Rodrigues, and Philipp Ranitzsch
18:00 TT 39.7 Development and optimisation of metallic magnetic calorimeter arrays towards ECHo-100k — •Federica Mantegazzini, Arnulf Barth, Christian Enss, Andreas Fleischmann, Loredana Gastaldo, Robert Hammann, Sebastian Kempf, Clemens Velte, and Tom Wickenhäuser
18:15 TT 39.8 MOCCA: operating a full 4k-pixel molecule camera for the position and energy resolved detection of neutral molecular fragments — •Dennis Schulz, Steffen Allgeier, Christian Enss, Andreas Fleischmann, Lisa Gamer, Loredana Gastaldo, Julia Hauer, Sebastian Kempf, Oldřich Novotný, Sebastian Spaniol, and Andreas Wolf
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