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SUB-Millicharged Experiment (SUBMET) at J-PARC

Jae Hyeok Yoo, Korea University
Tuesday, November 7, 2023 - 4:30pm
PAT C-421

SUBMET is an experiment at J-PARC aiming to detect particles with tiny electric charge. The detector is composed of two layers of scintillator stacks. Using beam-timing and requiring a coincidence between the layers allow significant background reduction and provide sensitivity to Q<10^-3e, the region largely unexplored yet. The experiment received the final approval from J-PARC this summer. Introduction to the experiment as well as the status and plan will be discussed.


Jae Hyeok Yoo is an Associate Professor of Physics at Korea University working on the CMS experiment at CERN and SUBMET at J-PARC. He received his PhD from UC San Diego, contributing to the discovery of and study about the Higgs boson in the WW channel in CMS. As a postdoc at UC Santa Barbara, he worked on SUSY searches in CMS and the demonstrator of the milliQan experiment.

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