LUX-ZEPLIN (LZ) Experiment: Noble liquid Xenon dark matter detector selected by the Department of Energy as the U.S. flagship dark matter detector. Read more here.
Consortium created by LZ, XENON and DARWIN experiments to build a next-generation dark matter detector
Novel particle detector technology utilizing supercooled water which has the potential for multidisciplinary research; e.g. in light dark matter searches and in understanding cloud formation and climate change.
Working on developing expertise in low background counting at UCLA in order to work in collaboration with some national labs (e.g. Berkeley, Livermore) and SURF on detector material assay for the next generation of dark matter detector.
Working on modeling the microphysics of particles interactions in noble element detectors (like LZ) and the main signals formation (aka S1 and S2 lights) as illustrated below