2022 KPS Spring Pioneer symposium : Dark matter and neutrino searches with scintillating detectors

Changhyon Ha, Hyunsu Lee, Jonghee Yoo

Conventional scintillation detectors are receiving growing attention by the user community, for instance, to reproduce the WIMP annual modulation signal of the DAMA/LIBRA experiment and the first observation of the neutrino nucleus coherent scattering of the COHERENT experiment. By examining the current international and domestic achievements and its related detector developments, we would like to discuss and develop future dark matter and neutrino searches with the scintillation detectors.

    • 9:00 AM 10:48 AM
      Session 1: Session1
      Convener: Hyunsu Lee
      • 9:00 AM
        WIMPs interpretations with NaI detectors : DAMA/Libra and beyond 36m
        Speaker: Stefano SCOPEL (Sogang Univ.)
      • 9:36 AM
        Testing DAMA/LIBRA at three-sigma with ANAIS−112 experiment 36m
        Speaker: María Luisa SARSA (Zaragoza Univ.)
      • 10:12 AM
        COSINE experiment 36m
        Speaker: Reina MARUYAMA (Yale Univ.)
    • 10:48 AM 11:10 AM
      Break 22m
    • 11:10 AM 12:58 PM
      Session2: Session 2
      Convener: Jonghee Yoo
      • 11:10 AM
        The COHERENT Experimental Program 36m
        Speaker: Kate SCHOLBERG (Duke Univ.)
      • 11:46 AM
        Search for Light New Particles 36m
        Speaker: Jong-Chul PARK (Chungnam National Univ.)
      • 12:22 PM
        NaI(Tl) detector development and the NEON experiment 36m
        Speaker: Chang Hyon HA (Chung-Ang Univ.)