The McKinsey Research Group


The McKinsey group uses cryogenic techniques to explore topics in particle astrophysics and low temperature physics. A common theme in these experiments is the use of liquefied noble gases as scintillators. In particular, we are active in the search for dark matter particles in the form of Weakly Interacting Massive Particles (WIMPs). We are also working on practical detector applications of liquefied noble gases, and developing techniques for imaging cryogenic fluid flow and turbulence.

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