17-22 July 2016
Master Cutlers Hall
Europe/London timezone

Progress on the ARIADNE axion NMR experiment

21 Jul 2016, 15:00
20m
Venue: Cutlers' Banqueting Hall (First Floor); Chair: Igor Irastorza; Session Manager: Jost Migenda ()

Venue: Cutlers' Banqueting Hall (First Floor); Chair: Igor Irastorza; Session Manager: Jost Migenda

Speaker

Prof. Andrew Geraci (University of Nevada Reno)

Description

The Axion Resonant InterAction Detection Experiment (ARIADNE) is a collaborative effort to search for short-range spin-dependent couplings between nuclei resulting from the QCD axion, using a technique based on nuclear magnetic resonance. The aim is to detect monopole-dipole interactions between the spin of 3He nuclei and a rotating unpolarized tungsten attractor. I will discuss the basic principle of the experiment and the current experimental status, as well as several of the anticipated technical challenges.

Primary author

Prof. Andrew Geraci (University of Nevada Reno)

Presentation Materials

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