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COLLABORATION


Duke
Florida FSU ICRR Indiana Kyoto University
ITEP laurentian LANL MEPhI
NCState ORNL Sandia
USD
TUNL

Institution List

This is the current COHERENT collaborator list.

Note that some people are listed under more than one institution.

A denotes the Collaboration Position

A * denotes the Collaboration Board member (Institutional Representative)

Canadian Nuclear Laboratories

Andrew Erlandson*, David Perez Loureiro, Mark Stringer, Bhaskar Sur

Carnegie Mellon University

Gen Li, Kirsten McMichael, Diana Parno* (Analysis Co-Coordinator), Daniell Shi, Sam Tello

University of  Chinese Academy of Science

Shi Chen, Wenqian Huang, Lingquan Kong, Qian Liu*, Chenguang Su, Yangheng Zheng

Concord University

Tulasi Subedi*

Duke

Spokesperson, Analysis Coordinator, Physics Coordinator, participation in all detector subsystems

Bracho Aitor, Phil Barbeau (Physics Coordinator, Nubes Coordinator), Baran Bodur, Ryan Bouabid, Erin Conley (Online Monitoring Coordination), Janina Hakenmüller, Sam Hedges, Tyler Johnson,  Natalie Jones, Adryanna Major, Emma van Nieuwenhuizen*  (Junior Member Representative), Charlie Prior, Joshua Queen, Jane O’Reilly, José Colon Rivera, Jay Runge, Kate Scholberg† * (Spokesperson), Ana Zaalishvili

University of Florida

Heather Ray*

Florida State University

Dan Pershey†* (Analysis Coordinator)

ICRR, University of Tokyo

Masayuki Harada, Hiroyuki Sekiya*

Indiana University

Visser Gerard, Sam Gladney, Bo Johnson, Jeremy Lu,  Mike Luxnat, Luke Parsons,  Daniel Salvat (1-ton Argon Coordinator), Mike Snow, Ben Suh, Rex Tayloe† * (CENNS-10 Coordinator), Samantha Weller

Kyoto University

Licheng Feng, Roger Wendell*

National Research Center “Kurchatov Institute” 

Vladimir Belov*

Laurentian University

Neutrino Induced Neutrons, detector simulations and design, neutrino flux normalization

Andrea Gallo Rosso, Clarence Virtue

Laurentian University Physics

LANL

Steve Elliott*

MEPHI

Alexander Bolozdynya*, Vladimir Belov, Alexey Konovalov, Ekaterina Kozlova, Alexander Kumpan, Dmitry Rudik, Olga Razuveava,  Alexey Shakirov

NCCU

NaI and Ge detector systems

Brown A, Diane Markoff† * (Speakers Committee Chair and NaI Coordinator), Nixon Ogoi, Tyler Pulis, Godwin Smart

NCCU Physics

NCSU

Measurement of CEvNS using P-type Point Contact (P-PC) Germanium Detectors

Department of Nuclear Engineering: John Mattingly, Md Faisal Rahman

Department of Physics: James Browning, Matthew P Green† * (Diversity & Inclusion Action Committee, Ge Coordinator), Keith Mann

ORNL

Jacob Daughhetee, Lorenzo Fabris, Michael Febbraro, John Galambos, Alfredo Galindo-Uribarri, Yuri Efremenko, Matthew P Green, Matt Heath (Technical Coordination), Paul Mueller, Nicholas Meredith, Jason Newby† *  (Deputy Spokesperson), Chang-Hong Yu

Okayama University

Yota Hino, Yusuke Koshio*, Fumi Nakanishi

Sandia

Belkis Cabrera-Palmer * (MARS Coordinator), David Reyna

Seoul National University

Moohuyn Ahn,  Sanghoon Jeon, Haemin Jung, Dojin Kim, Hyeonu Kim, Youngjae Lee, Se Uk Oh, Byeongsu Yang, Jonghee Yoo* (Publications Board), Hojin Yoon

SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory

Yun-tse Tsai*

U. of South Dakota

Coordinate background analyses, develop cryogenic inorganic scintillation detectors for low-mass dark matter search and non-standard neutrino interactions, Geant4 simulation package, maintain the public website

Manoj Adhikari, Keyu Ding (Communication Coordinator), Jing Liu† * (Background coordinator), Joel Sander, Yongjin Yang

USD Physics

U. of Tennessee

Analysis of data from COH-Ar-10 and Nubes; design and construction of D2O detector; maintenance and repair of detectors at the Neutrino Alley.

Alfredo Galindo-Uribarri, Igor Bernardi, Yuri Efremenko† * (D2O Coordinator), Eli Ward

U. of Tokyo

Yasuhiro Nakajaima*

Tufts U.

Jane Brockett, Vinicius da Silva, Taritree Wongjirad*

TUNL

Operate the neutrino cube detectors, including new designs for interesting nuclear targets; designed and operate the NaIvE-185 Detector, and are designing the NaIvE-3T detector; participate in the Germanium detector system, and will deploy several components; perform quenching factor calibrations for many of the detector systems, including NaI, CsI and Ge.

Brown A, Bracho Aitor, Phil Barbeau† *, Ryan Bouabid, Matthew P Green, Sam Hedges, Tyler Johnson, Natalie Jones, Diane Markoff, Nixon Ogoi, Charlie Prior, Tyler Pulis, Grayson Rich, José Colon Rivera, Jay Runge,  Godwin Smart, Emma van Nieuwenhuizen, Ana Zaalashvili

Virginia Tech

Jon Link *  (Publication Board Chair),  Olga Kyzylova, Karla Tellez-Giron-Flores, Keegan Walkup

Virginia Tech Physics

Washington & Jefferson College

Sean Adamski, Rebecca Rapp*

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