I also work on APEX, an experiment at Jefferson Lab that searches for a new vector boson (sometimes called an A’ or dark photon) with weak coupling to electrons and with a mass < 1 GeV. Some APEX talks I’ve given and posters I’ve presented are below.


Messina, Italy, September 2014: Dark Matter, Hadron Physics and Fusion Physics, invited talk.

Brookhaven National Lab, June 2014: Dark Interactions: Perspectives from Theory and Experiment, invited talk.

Rome, Italy, October 2013: 13th International Conference on Meson-Nucleon Physics and the Structure of the Nucleon (MENU 2013), invited talk.

Denver, April 2013: APS April Meeting 2013.

Frascati, Italy, October 2012: Dark 2012: Dark Forces at Accelerators, invited talk.

Chicago, July 2012: 8th Patras Workshop on Axions, WIMPS, and WISPS, invited talk.

JLab, December 2010: Hall A Data Analysis Workshop 2010.

JLab, September 2010: Boson 2010: Searching for a New Gauge Boson at JLab.

Poster (contributed and attended):

Rockville, Maryland, December 2011: Fundamental Physics at the Intensity Frontier.
[poster list]

The paper with the results of the test run is here:

“Search for a new gauge boson in the A’ Experiment (APEX)”, August 2011