2021 Lawrence Workshop on Tunable Plasmonic Haloscopes

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About the Lawrence conferences at ASU

The 2021 Lawrence workshop will provide a forum for presentations and discussions of recent developments, critical issues and potential future directions in the experimental work on advanced Plasma Haloscope development. In the workshop, 8 invited speakers will be asked to discuss the “big questions” facing the most promising future technologies. Each speaker will give a brief introduction on the current state of the field, what near-term steps can be taken to answer the question(s) and the potential impact on detector development. The remaining half of the workshop will be broken up into working groups tasked with outlining which technologies they believe can result in the most impact on Axion detector development in the next say 3-6 years, the resources needed to develop them, and a schedule. The workshop will limited to ~40 participants, making it small enough to be interactive, but large enough to be comprehensive.


Nathan Newman

Lawrence Professor of Solid State Sciences

School for Engineering of Matter, Transport and Energy
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
Arizona State University

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