1. Original paper with the initial idea proposing a scintillator based array to search for milli-charged particles at the LHC:  Looking for milli-charged particles with a new experiment at the LHC (2015)
  2. LOI with a description of the Px56 location above CMS, details of the detector design, and preliminary estimates of sensitivity based on GEANT simulations:  A Letter of Intent to Install a milli-charged Particle Detector at LHC P5 (2016)
  3. First physics results, constraints on millicharged particles from the prototype milliQan “demonstrator” that recorded data during LHC Run 2:  Search for millicharged particles in proton-proton collisions at s√=13 TeV (2020)
  4. Updated design(s) and expected sensitivity for the milliQan detector that will be installed for LHC Run 3:  Sensitivity to millicharged particles in future proton-proton collisions at the LHC (2021)