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Archean cratons are comprised of thick, stable continental lithosphere that has persisted for billions of years owing to their isopycnicity (i.e. near neutral buoyancy) and higher viscosity than the surrounding mantle. These regions host diamonds at depths greater than 150 km due to the...
As quantum computing research progresses, the need for a quantum network to allow communication between individual processors is becoming apparent. Such a network will require the ability to process, transmit, and store quantum information. Many quantum devices have been investigated, however...
DEAP-3600 is a single-phase liquid Argon dark matter detector operated at SNOLAB in Ontario, Canada, searching for Weakly Interacting Massive Particles (WIMPs). It is well-established that astronomical and cosmological observations suggest the existence of some form of unseen matter in the...
A LIKELIHOOD RATIO ALGORITHM FOR REMOVING LOCALIZED ALPHA PARTICLE BACKGROUNDS IN THE DEAP-3600 DETECTORDownload
DEAP-3600 (Dark Matter Experiment using Argon for Pulse shape discrimination) is a single phase dark matter experiment using a tonne-scale mass of liquid argon as a target to observe spin-independent interactions with Weakly Interacting Massive Particles (WIMPs). Alpha decays from radioactive...
The conventional, single band Hubbard model captures the dynamics that arise in strongly correlated electron systems in the competition between electron transport and local Coulomb interactions. However, some of the important physics of real lattices is overlooked by its simplicity. The dynamic...
Identification of, and discrimination against, background radiation is of the utmost importance in dark matter searches. DEAP-3600 (Dark Matter Experiment using Argon Pulse shape discrimination) is a single phase, direct dark matter detector with a 3300 kg liquid argon target housed in a...