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    Constraints on Exotic Dipole-Dipole Couplings between Electrons at the Micrometer Scale

    Kotler, Shlomi, Ozeri, Roee, Kimball, Derek F Jackson
    Physical review letters, 21 August 2015, Vol.115(8), pp.081801 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Atomic physics : an exploration through problems and solutions

    Budker, Dmitry
    Kimball, Derek F, DeMille, David P
    Oxford : Oxford Univ. Press
    2008
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    Titre: Atomic physics : an exploration through problems and solutions / Dmitry Budker, Derek F. Kimball, David P. DeMille
    Auteur: Budker, Dmitry
    Contributeur: Kimball, Derek F; DeMille, David P
    Edition: 2nd ed..
    Editeur: Oxford : Oxford Univ. Press
    Date: 2008
    Collation: 518 p. : ill.
    Classification: LC QC173
    Identifiant: 9780199532414 (pbk) (ISBN); 9780199532421 (hbk) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R004842584
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R004842584/html?view=FR_V1

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    Precessing Ferromagnetic Needle Magnetometer

    Jackson Kimball, Derek F, Sushkov, Alexander O, Budker, Dmitry
    Physical review letters, 13 May 2016, Vol.116(19), pp.190801 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Nuclear-Spin Comagnetometer Based on a Liquid of Identical Molecules

    Wu, Teng, Blanchard, John W, Jackson Kimball, Derek F, Jiang, Min, Budker, Dmitry
    Physical review letters, 13 July 2018, Vol.121(2), pp.023202 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Constraints on Exotic Spin-Dependent Interactions Between Matter and Antimatter from Antiprotonic Helium Spectroscopy

    Ficek, Filip, Fadeev, Pavel, Flambaum, Victor V, Jackson Kimball, Derek F, Kozlov, Mikhail G, Stadnik, Yevgeny V, Budker, Dmitry
    Physical review letters, 04 May 2018, Vol.120(18), pp.183002 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Analysis method for detecting topological defect dark matter with a global magnetometer network

    Masia-Roig, Hector
    A.Smiga, Joseph, Budker, Dmitry, Dumont, Vincent, Gruji, Zoran, Kim, Dongok, Kimball, Derek F. Jackson, Lebedev, Victor, Monroy, Madeline, Pustelny, Szymon, Scholtes, Theo, Segura, Perrin C, Semertzidi, Yannis K, Shin, Yun Chang, Stalnaker, Jason E, Sulai, Ibrahim, Weis, Antoine, Wickenbrock, Arne
    Physics of the Dark Universe. - 2020/28//100494
    2020-05-01
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    Titre: Analysis method for detecting topological defect dark matter with a global magnetometer network
    Auteur: Masia-Roig, Hector
    Contributeur: A.Smiga, Joseph; Budker, Dmitry; Dumont, Vincent; Gruji, Zoran; Kim, Dongok; Kimball, Derek F. Jackson; Lebedev, Victor; Monroy, Madeline; Pustelny, Szymon; Scholtes, Theo; Segura, Perrin C; Semertzidi, Yannis K; Shin, Yun Chang; Stalnaker, Jason E; Sulai, Ibrahim; Weis, Antoine; Wickenbrock, Arne
    Date: 2020-05-01
    Description: The Global Network of Optical Magnetometers for Exotic physics searches (GNOME) is a network of time-synchronized, geographically separated, optically pumped atomic magnetometers that is being used to search for correlated transient signals heralding exotic physics. GNOME is sensitive to exotic couplings of atomic spins to certain classes of dark matter candidates, such as axions. This work presents a data analysis procedure to search for axion dark matter in the form of topological defects: specifically, walls separating domains of discrete degenerate vacua in the axion field. An axion domain wall crossing the Earth creates a distinctive signal pattern in the network that can be distinguished from random noise. The reliability of the analysis procedure and the sensitivity of the GNOME to domain-wall crossings are studied using simulated data.
    Publication en relation: Physics of the Dark Universe. - 2020/28//100494
    Document hôte: Physics of the Dark Universe
    Identifiant: 10.1016/j.dark.2020.100494 (DOI)

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    Rules for collaborative scientific writing

    Budker, Dmitry, Kimball, Derek F. Jackson
    Nature 529, 427-428 (2016) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Constraints on long-range spin-gravity and monopole-dipole couplings of the proton

    Jackson Kimball, Derek F., Dudley, Jordan, Li, Yan, Patel, Dilan, Valdez, Julian
    Physical Review D, 10/2017, Vol.96(7) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Precessing Ferromagnetic Needle Magnetometer

    Jackson Kimball, Derek F, Sushkov, Alexander O, Budker, Dmitry
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    Titre: Precessing Ferromagnetic Needle Magnetometer
    Auteur: Jackson Kimball, Derek F; Sushkov, Alexander O; Budker, Dmitry
    Sujet: Quant-Ph ; Cond-Mat.Mes-Hall ; General Physics ; Physical Sciences
    Description: A ferromagnetic needle is predicted to precess about the magnetic field axis at a Larmor frequency Ω under conditions where its intrinsic spin dominates over its rotational angular momentum, Nℏ≫IΩ (I is the moment of inertia of the needle about the precession axis and N is the number of polarized spins in the needle). In this regime the needle behaves as a gyroscope with spin Nℏ maintained along the easy axis of the needle by the crystalline and shape anisotropy. A precessing ferromagnetic needle is a correlated system of N spins which can be used to measure magnetic fields for long times. In principle, by taking advantage of rapid averaging of quantum uncertainty, the sensitivity of a precessing needle magnetometer can far surpass that of magnetometers based on spin precession of atoms in the gas phase. Under conditions where noise from coupling to the environment is subdominant, the scaling with measurement time t of the quantum- and detection-limited magnetometric sensitivity...

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    Constraints on exotic spin-dependent interactions between electrons from helium fine-structure spectroscopy

    Ficek, Filip, Kimball, Derek F. Jackson, Kozlov, Mikhail G., Leefer, Nathan, Pustelny, Szymon, Budker, Dmitry
    Physical Review A, 3/2017, Vol.95(3) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]