Phillip S. Barbeau
Investigation of radioactivity-induced backgrounds in EXO-200
Physical Review C (2015)
An RF-only ion-funnel for extraction from high-pressure gases
International Journal of Mass Spectrometry (2015)
Spectroscopy of Ba anddeposits in solid xenon for barium tagging in nEXO
Physical Review A (2015)
Search for Majoron-emitting modes of double-beta decay ofwith EXO-200
Physical Review D (2014)
Comment on "Fitting the Annual Modulation in DAMA with Neutrons from Muons and Neutrinos"
Physical review letters (2014)
An apparatus to manipulate and identify individual Ba ions from bulk liquid Xe.
The Review of scientific instruments (2014)
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Professor Barbeau’s research interests are predominantly in the fields of neutrino and astroparticle physics. His efforts are focused on (but not limited to) three major areas of research: work towards the first observation of coherent neutrino-nucleus scattering; novel searches for the dark matter in our universe; and searches for zero neutrino double beta decay. The unifying aspect of the work is the common need for new and creative detector development in order to solve some of the “hard” problems in low-background rare-event detection.
S.B. Mathematics - University of Chicago
A.B. Physics - University of Chicago