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AEDGE: Atomic Experiment for Dark Matter and Gravity Exploration in Space

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  • Yousef Abou El-Neaj
  • Cristiano Alpigiani
  • Sana Amairi-Pyka
  • Henrique Araujo
  • Antun Balaz
  • Aleksandar Belic
  • Elliot Bentine
  • Jose Bernabeu
  • Robert Bingham
  • Vasiliki Bolpasi
  • William Bowden
  • Oliver Buchmueller
  • Clare Burrage
  • Xavier Calmet
  • Benjamin Canuel
  • Vassilis Charmandaris
  • Xuzong Chen
  • Jonathon Coleman
  • Joseph Cotter
  • Yanou Cui
  • Andrei Derevianko
  • Albert De Roeck
  • Ioannis Drougkakis
  • Ioana Dutan
  • Gedminas Elertas
  • John Ellis
  • Mai El Sawy
  • Farida Fassi
  • Daniel Felea
  • Chen-Hao Feng
  • Robert Flack
  • Chris Foot
  • Ivette Fuentes
  • Naceur Gaaloul
  • Alexandre Gauguet
  • Remi Geiger
  • Valerie Gibson
  • Gian Giudice
  • Jon Goldwin
  • Oleg Grachov
  • Peter W. Graham
  • Dario Grasso
  • Maurits Van der Grinten
  • Mustafa Guendogan
  • Martin G. Haehnelt
  • Tiffany Harte
  • Aurelien Hees
  • Richard Hobson
  • Jason Hogan
  • Bodil Holst
  • Michael Holynski
  • Mark Kasevich
  • Bradley J. Kavanagh
  • Wolf Von Klitzing
  • Tim Kovachy
  • Benjamin Krikler
  • Markus Krutzik
  • Marek Lewicki
  • Yu-Hung Lien
  • Miaoyuan Liu
  • Giuseppe Gaetano Luciano
  • Saurabh Pandey
  • Mauro Paternostro
  • Bjoern Penning
  • Achim Peters
  • Marco Prevedelli
  • Vishnupriya Puthiya-Veettil
  • John Quenby
  • Ernst Rasel
  • Albert Roura
  • Dylan Sabulsky
  • Muhammed Sameed
  • Ben Sauer
  • Stephan Schiller
  • Vladimir Schkolnik
  • Dennis Schlippert
  • Christian Schubert
  • Haifa Rejeb Sfar
  • Armin Shayeghi
  • Marcelle Soares-Santos
  • Georgios Vasilakis
  • Ville Vaskonen
  • Christian Vogt
  • Alex Webber-Date
  • Patrick Windpassinger
  • Marian Woltmann
  • Efe Yazgan
  • Jure Zupan

We propose in this White Paper a concept for a space experiment using cold atoms to search for ultra-light dark matter, and to detect gravitational waves in the frequency range between the most sensitive ranges of LISA and the terrestrial LIGO/Virgo/KAGRA/INDIGO experiments. This interdisciplinary experiment, called Atomic Experiment for Dark Matter and Gravity Exploration (AEDGE), will also complement other planned searches for dark matter, and exploit synergies with other gravitational wave detectors. We give examples of the extended range of sensitivity to ultra-light dark matter offered by AEDGE, and how its gravitational-wave measurements could explore the assembly of super-massive black holes, first-order phase transitions in the early universe and cosmic strings. AEDGE will be based upon technologies now being developed for terrestrial experiments using cold atoms, and will benefit from the space experience obtained with, e.g., LISA and cold atom experiments in microgravity. KCL-PH-TH/2019-65, CERN-TH-2019-126

OriginalsprogEngelsk
Artikelnummer6
TidsskriftEpj quantum technology
Vol/bind7
Udgave nummer1
Antal sider27
ISSN2662-4400
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 4 mar. 2020

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