Tsuguo Aramaki

Tsuguo Aramaki

Assistant Professor

Expertise:

  • Astrophysics, Dark matter search, Mev gamma-ray observations

About Tsuguo Aramaki

My research interests lie in hunting for dark matter particles through both direct and indirect dark matter search experiments, as well as astrophysical gamma-ray observations. Our group engages in SuperCDMS (Cryogenic Dark Matter Search), GAPS (General AntiParticle), and GRAMS (Gamma-Ray and AntiMatter Survey) projects. SuperCDMS is a direct dark matter search experiment at the deep underground lab, SNOLAB in Canada, starting from 2021/2022. GAPS is a balloon-borne indirect dark matter search project, and the first science flight will be from the Antarctic in 2022/2023. GRAMS is a proposed next-generation balloon/satellite mission that will be the first to target both MeV gamma-ray observations and antimatter-based indirect dark matter searches.

Institutes, Labs & Research Centers
Aramaki Lab
Physics

The Aramaki Lab group focuses on experimental astrophysics research with an emphasis on dark matter searches and gamma-ray observations, engaging in SuperCDMS (Cryogenic Dark Matter Search), GAPS (General AntiParticle), and GRAMS (Gamma-Ray and AntiMatter Survey) projects.

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