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Dr. Reina Maruyama

Assistant Professor

Yale University

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Yale University

333 Cedar Street

New Haven, Connecticut 06510

United States

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Yale University, a preeminent global university founded in New Haven, Connecticut in 1701, consists of three major academic components: Yale College, for undergraduate liberal arts; the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, offering advanced degrees in 73 ... more

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Employment History

Assistant Professor

University of Wisconsin-Madison


Board of Trustees Member
Gordon Research Conferences incorporated

California Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow




University of Washington

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Even though the newer detectors will ...

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Even though the newer detectors will have higher levels of background noise, it should still be possible to either falsify or reproduce the very large DAMA signal, says Reina Maruyama of Yale, who leads DM-Ice.

But Calaprice argues that high purity is more important than mass. He and his collaborators have developed a technique to lower contamination, and in January announced that they were the first to obtain crystals purer than DAMA's. He expects to reduce the background levels further, to one-tenth of DAMA's.

"Nobody has been able to come ...

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"Nobody has been able to come up with a conclusive argument as to what they're seeing," says Reina Maruyama, a physicist at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.

Reina Maruyama

"Nobody has been able to come ...

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"Nobody has been able to come up with a conclusive argument as to what they're seeing," says Reina Maruyama, a physicist at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.

16 April 2015, Yale, ...

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16 April 2015, Yale, Reina Maruyama (seminar info)

"The Antarctic Ice at the South ...

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"The Antarctic Ice at the South Pole is a fantastic place to do experiments," said Reina Maruyama, an assistant professor of physics at Yale and longstanding IceCube collaborator, who was involved in the construction and commissioning of the IceCube detector. "At that depth the ice is clean and transparent for detection of light from particles resulting from neutrino interactions. The ice also provides an effective shield from backgrounds for a dark matter search."

Maruyama is the spokesperson for the direct detection dark matter experiment DM-Ice.

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