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Rupak Mahapatra

Faculty: Professor


Rupak Mahapatra is an experimental particle physicist with expertise in building particle detectors and data analysis. He is currently involved in developing next generation dark matter detectors made of Ge semiconductors with Transition Edge Sensors (TES), utilizing state of the art semiconductor device fabrication instruments in his labs.

Latest Publications

R. Agnese, et al. (SuperCDMS Collaboration). “Search for low-mass dark matter with CDMSlite using a profile likelihood fit.” Phys. Rev. D, 99(6), 062001, Mar 2019.

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R. Agnese, et al. “Production rate measurement of Tritium and other cosmogenic isotopes in Germanium with CDMSlite.” Astroparticle Physics, 104, 1--12, Jan 2019.

R. Agnese, et al. (SuperCDMS Collaboration). “Results from the Super Cryogenic Dark Matter Search Experiment at Soudan.” Phys. Rev. Lett., 120(6), 061802, Feb 2018.

R. Agnese, et al. (SuperCDMS Collaboration). “Low-mass dark matter search with CDMSlite.” Phys. Rev. D, 97(2), 022002, Jan 2018.

Awards & Recognition