23-27 May 2017
Seoul
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Session 1

Place

Location: Seoul
Date: 24 May 09:10 - 10:50

Conveners

  • Global radioactivity screening facilities
    • Ford, Richard (SNO Lab)

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Displaying 5 contributions out of 5
Type: Oral Session: Session 1
As a few ultra-low background rare decay experiments at the Yangyang underground laboratory in Korea are being prepared and under operation, a number of ultra-low radioactivity detectors are being developed. For a screening of raw materials or detector components, an ICP-MS, an argon gas ionization counter, a ZnS counter, and a number of High Purity Germanium (HPGe) detectors are developed, instal ... More
Presented by Dr. Moo Hyun LEE on 24/5/2017 at 1:30
Type: Oral Session: Session 1
China Jinping underground laboratory (CJPL) is the deepest laboratory in the world and an ideal site for particle physics, astrophysics and other low background experiments. It is located in the Jinping Mountain, Sichuan Province, southwest China, with an overburden of about 2400m. The laboratory is operated by Tsinghua University and Yalong River Hydropower Development Company, LTD. The scientifi ... More
Presented by Prof. Hao MA on 24/5/2017 at 0:50
Type: Oral Session: Session 1
Ultra-pure construction materials are required for the next generation experiments on neutrino physics and dark matter. Copper has excellent mechanical, electrical and, thermal properties and is easily purified by electrochemical methods. Electroforming is an electrochemical process that enables the manufacture of metallic parts with high chemical and radioactive purity, process reproducibility an ... More
Presented by Mrs. Silvia BORJABAD SÁNCHEZ on 24/5/2017 at 0:30
Type: Oral Session: Session 1
Underground laboratory, especially deep underground laboratory has been very important and key platform for many rare events experiments such as dark matter direct detection, double beta decay, solar neutrino experiments, and the quite long-standing proton decay experiments, and so on. Most of these rare event experiments are the crucial approach to search for new physics above the Standard Model ... More
Presented by Prof. Qian YUE on 24/5/2017 at 0:10
Type: Oral Session: Session 1
The Black Hills State University Underground Campus (BHUC) located at the Sanford Underground Research Facility in South Dakota was completed in the fall of 2015. Since that time, four ultra-low background, high-purity germanium detectors have been relocated to its class 1,000 cleanroom. More plans are underway for additional germanium detectors as well as other specialized low-background systems ... More
Presented by Brianna MOUNT on 24/5/2017 at 1:10
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