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Superconducting detectors for rare event searches in experimental astroparticle physics

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Title
Superconducting detectors for rare event searches in experimental astroparticle physics
Author(s)
Yong-Hamb Kim; Lee, Sang-Jun; Yang, Byeongsu
Publication Date
2022-06
Journal
Superconductor Science and Technology, v.35, no.6
Publisher
IOP Publishing Ltd
Abstract
Superconducting detectors have become an important tool in experimental astroparticle physics, which seeks to provide a fundamental understanding of the Universe. In particular, such detectors have demonstrated excellent potential in two challenging research areas involving rare event search experiments, namely, the direct detection of dark matter (DM) and the search for neutrinoless double beta decay. Here, we review the superconducting detectors that have been and are planned to be used in these two categories of experiments. We first provide brief histories of the two research areas and outline their significance and challenges in astroparticle physics. Then, we present an extensive overview of various types of superconducting detectors with a focus on sensor technologies and detector physics, which are based on calorimetric measurements and heat flow in the detector components. Finally, we introduce leading experiments and discuss their future prospects for the detection of DM and the search for neutrinoless double beta decay employing superconducting detectors.
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https://pr.ibs.re.kr/handle/8788114/12152
DOI
10.1088/1361-6668/ac6a1c
ISSN
0953-2048
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Center for Underground Physics(지하실험 연구단) > 1. Journal Papers (저널논문)
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