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Martin Huber (Assoc)


Time-Division SQUID Multiplexers

Kent D. Irwin, Leila R. Vale, Norman F. Bergren, Steven Deiker, Erich N. Grossman, Gene C. Hilton, John M. Martinis, Sae Woo Nam, Carl D. Reintsema, David A. Rudman, Martin Huber
SQUID multiplexers (MUX) make is possible to build arrays of thousands of low-temperature bolometers and microcalorimeters based on superconducting transition

Present Results and Future Goals of the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search

T. A. Perera, D. Abrams, D. S. Akerib, D. B. Bauer, A. Bolozdynya, P. Brink, R. Bunker, B. Cabrera, D. O. Caldwell, J. P. Castle, Fengbo Hang, R. M. Clarke, M. B. Crisler, R. Dixon, D. Driscoll, S. Eichblatt, R. J. Gaitskell, S. R. Golwala, E. E. Haller, J. Hellmig, D. Holmgren, Martin Huber, S. Kamat, C. Maloney, V. Mandic, John M. Martinis, P. Meunier, Sae Woo Nam, Harold E. Nelson, M. Perillo-Issac, R. R. Ross, T. Saab, B. Sadoulet, J. Sander, R. W. Schnee, T. Shutt, Amy Smith, A. H. Sonnenschein, A. L. Spadafora, G. Wang
The Cryogenic Dark Matter Search (CDMS) uses Ge and Si detectors to search for Weakly Interacting Massive Particles (WIMPs) via their elastic-scattering
Created September 14, 2019, Updated October 11, 2023