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30 May 2022 to 4 June 2022
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Limits on sub-GeV dark matter from PROSPECT experiment

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Poster Reactor neutrinos Poster


PROSPECT, the PRecision Oscillation and SPECTrum Experiment, is a reactor antineutrino experiment at a very short baseline. The PROSPECT detector consists of a segmented 6Li-doped liquid scintillator deployed at the ORNL High Flux Isotope Reactor (HFIR) with minimal overburden (< 1 m.w.e.). This location provides one of the shortest baselines for a high-statistics measurement of reactor antineutrinos and the opportunity to test hard-to-reach regions of dark matter phase space. This poster will describe the data analysis to search for boosted dark matter in the PROSPECT data.

Collaboration PROSPECT

Primary author

Manoa Andriamirado (Illinois Institute of Technology)


Presentation Materials