November 5 2014 - ADMX Professor Gray Rybka is featured in a conversation with Harry Nelson of LUX-ZEPLIN and Tali Figueroa-Feliciano of SuperCDMS regarding "second-generation" dark matter experiments in a Q&A session moderated by The Kavli Foundation published on space.com.
July 11 2014 - The recently awarded ADMX-Gen2 funding is discussed in an article in Symmetry Magazine.
Nov 1 2013 - ADMX is highlighted in a Science Magazine News Focus article appearing in issue 6158 of Science.
Jan 30 2014 - ADMX is the topic of a public radio broadcast on KPLU Seattle.
Nov 2013 - ADMX is featured in a UW Today article published by the University of Washington.
September 2013 - ADMX attends TAUP in California
June/July 2013 - ADMX attends Snowmass in Minnesota
April 2012 - ADMX attends Vistas in Axion Physics workshop at the University of Washington.
June 2011 - The ADMX cryostat is successfully lowered into place at CENPA. See pictures of the move.
April 2011 - ADMX is chosen as one of the top five experiments. Read the full article from Physics World.
July 2010 - ADMX Experiment successfully transfered to CENPA at the University of Washington.
April 2010 - ADMX attends Helen Quinn Fest at SLAC.
April 2010 - ADMX Phase I has completed Data Taking.
Jan 2010 - ADMX attends Axions 2010 Conference at University of Florida
Sept 2009 - ADMX attends SLAC Dark Forces Workshop
July 2009 - ADMX attends 5th Patras Workshop on Axions, WIMPS and WISPS at the University of Durham.
Recent constraints on axion masses and couplings from ADMX. This figure is published here.
Low-cost move of a large superconducting magnet on a trailer with air-ride suspension
B. Thomas et al, Journal of Applied Packaging Research, 2012, 6(2), 79-92
Search for Nonvirialized Axionic Dark Matter
Hoskins et al. Phys. Rev. D 84, 121302 (2011)
Design and Performance of the ADMX SQUID-Based Microwave Amplifier
Asztalos et al. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A 656, 39-44 (2011)
SQUID-Based Microwave Cavity Search for Dark-Matter Axions
S. J. Asztalos et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 041301 (2010)
Search for Chameleon Scalar Fields with the Axion Dark Matter Experiment
G. Rybka et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 051801 (2010)
Search for hidden sector photons with ADMX detector
A. Wagner et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 105, 171801 (2010)
Status of the Axion Dark Matter Experiment (ADMX)
L. Rosenberg Talk at the Patras Workshop at CERN (2014)
Axion Dark Matter Experiments
G.Rybka Talk at the Workshop on Frontiers of New Physics: Colliders and Beyond in Trieste, Italy (2014)
Direct Detection Searches for Axion Dark Matter
G. Rybka TAUP Talk in Asilomar, California (2013)
Axion Particle Dark Matter
L. Rosenberg April APS Talk in Denver, CO (2013)
Construction of the ADMX upgrade
D. Lyapustin April APS Talk in Denver, CO (2013)
Mike's PhD dissertation defense talk
Dr. M. Hotz, University of Washington (2013)\ a>
Cavities at higher and lower frequencies
D. Tanner, Vistas in Axion Physics workshop, Seattle Washington (2012)
Results From ADMX Phase I
D. Tanner, PATRAS conference in Mykonos, Greece (2011)
ADMX Phase II: Answering The Dark Matter Question
G. Rybka, PATRAS conference in Mykonos, Greece (2011)
ADMX Medium Resolution Analysis
M. Hotz, April APS Talk in Washington, DC (2010)
Exotic Physics With Axions
G. Rybka, April APS Talk at the University of Washington (2010)
The Axion Dark Matter Experiment
G. Carosi, April APS Talk at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (2010)
The Axion Dark-Matter eXperiment (ADMX): Recent Results
L. Rosenberg, Axions 2010 Talk at the University of Florida (2010)
Exotic Physics with ADMX
G. Rybka, Axions 2010 Talk at the University of Florida (2010)
The Axion Dark Matter eXperiment (ADMX) uses a resonant microwave cavity within in a large superconducting magnet to search for cold dark matter axions in the local galactic dark matter halo. Sited at the Center for Experimental Physics and Astrophysics at the University of Washington, ADMX is a large collaborative effort with researchers from universities and laboratories around the world. ADMX will soon implement its dilution refrigerator and begin the Gen 2 data schedule.
Contact: Prof. Leslie Rosenberg, firstname.lastname@example.org, (206) 221-5856.