- April 17, 2020, 4:00 pm US/Central
- Daniel Baxter, U. of Chicago
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Abstract: The DAMIC experiment exploits the exceptional energy and spatial resolution of charge coupled devices (CCDs) to search for dark matter particles. We present the latest results from the 13 kg-day exposure collected with the DAMIC detector at SNOLAB. We build on previous analyses
to distinguish between bulk and surface backgrounds to construct a robust radioactive background model down to energies as low as 50 eVee. We compare the observed spectrum of events to the background-model prediction to search for an excess bulk signal, as would be expected from dark matter.