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TES-Based Light Detectors for the CRESST Direct Dark Matter Search

Journal of Low Temperature Physics (2018) 1-7

J Rothe, G Angloher, P Bauer, A Bento, C Bucci, L Canonica, A D Addabbo, X Defay, A Erb, FV Feilitzsch, N Ferreiro Iachellini, P Gorla, A Gütlein, D Hauff, J Jochum, M Kiefer, H Kluck, H Kraus, JC Lanfranchi, A Langenkämper, J Loebell, M Mancuso, E Mondragon, A Münster, C Pagliarone, F Petricca, W Potzel, F Pröbst, R Puig, F Reindl, K Schäffner, J Schieck, V Schipperges, S Schönert, W Seidel, M Stahlberg, L Stodolsky, C Strandhagen, R Strauss, A Tanzke, HH Trinh Thi, C Türkoğlu, A Ulrich, I Usherov, S Wawoczny, M Willers, M Wüstrich

© 2018 The Author(s) The CRESST experiment uses cryogenic detectors based on transition-edge sensors to search for dark matter interactions. Each detector module consists of a scintillating CaWO(Formula presented.) crystal and a silicon-on-sapphire (SOS) light detector which operate in coincidence (phonon-light technique). The 40-mm-diameter SOS disks (2 g mass) used in the data taking campaign of CRESST-II Phase 2 (2014–2016) reached absolute baseline resolutions of (Formula presented.) 4–7 eV. This is the best performance reported for cryogenic light detectors of this size. Newly developed silicon beaker light detectors (4 cm height, 4 cm diameter, 6 g mass), which cover a large fraction of the target crystal surface, have achieved a baseline resolution of (Formula presented.)eV. First results of further improved light detectors developed for the ongoing low-threshold CRESST-III experiment are presented.

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