Poster Sessions

Poster Session General Information

There will be four poster sessions (A, B, C, D) throughout the week, with one each on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.  The posters will be set-up in the back portion of the main meeting hall.  

Space numbers will be posted on the poster boards so that you can easily locate the posters according to the numbers listed below.  Copies of the layout (see diagram) will also be postboed on the walls for easy reference.

Presenters will be responsible for putting up and taking down their posters.  Any posters remaining from the previous day's sessions will be discarded.

Each poster should measure 40 inches/101 cm wide by 36 inches/91 cm tall.  Rigid display boards and mounting materials will be provided.

Click the title to view the abstract for each poster.

Monday June 24 - Poster Session A during evening reception (5:30-7:30 pm)

Topics include: Physics of Low Temperature Detectors; Magnetic Calorimeters; Tunnel Junction, Nanowire and Novel Devices; Amplifiers and SQUIDS

101 Large area a-thermal phonon TES detector mediated by the quasiparticle diffusion signal for space application Michele Biasotti (Univ. of Genoa/INFN)
102Detector fabrication yield for SuperCDMS Soudan Paul Brink (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)
103Thermal simulations of quasi-equilibrium kinetic inductance detectors Thomas Cecil (Argonne National Lab)
104Nonlinear electrodynamics in superconducting resonators due to the redistribution of quasiparticles Pieter de Visser (SRON / Delft University of Technology)
105Development of Microwave Kinetic Inductance Detectors for a Detection of Phonons Hirokazu Ishino (Okayama University)
106Thermal, Mechanical, and Radiogenic Properties of Some Materials Useful in Low Temperature Detector Experiments Nicholas Kellaris (UC Berkeley)
107Paramagnetic Alloy Synthesis in a Vacuum Induction Furnace Linh Le (University of New Mexico)
108Energy transfer and quasi-particle dynamics in superconducting absorber Hyejin Lee (Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science, University of Science & Technology)
109Monte Carlo simulation and experimental study of alpha decays in 4π absorbers Juhee Lee (Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science, University of Science & Technology)
110Tc Uniformity and Membrane Stress in CMB Polarimeter Arrays Dale Li (NIST)
111Controlling the surface leakage-current of low temperature Germanium detectors using XeF2 dry etching Stefanos Marnieros (CNRS)
200Study of Neganov-Luke phonon amplification in the P-typ Point Contact Ge detectors Nader Mirabolfathi (UC Berkeley)
201Monte Carlo Modeling of Phonons at Crystal Interfaces William Page (University of British Columbia/Bowdoin College)
202Magnetic Field Effects In Superconducting Transition-Edge Sensors John Sadleir (NASA GSFC)
203Thermally Stimulated Current in HPGe Benjamin Shank (Stanford)
204Preparation and T_c Control of Reactively Sputtered Sub-stoichiometric TiN_x Thin Films for Microwave Kinetic Inductance Detectors Gerhard Ulbricht (UCSB)
205Thermal transport in silicon nitride membranes from 50 mK to 3 K Jason Underwood (University of Denver)
206Quasiparticle Diffusion in Al Films and Transmission Through Al/W Interfaces Jeffrey Yen (Stanford)
207Low Temperature Particle Detectors with Magnetic Penetration Depth Thermometers Jeschua Geist (Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics)
208maXs - Microcalorimeter Array for High-Resolution X-ray Spectroscopy in Atomic Physics Daniel Hengstler (Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics)
209Thermal model and optimization of a large crystal detector using a metallic magnetic calorimeter Geon-Bo Kim (Seoul National University / Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science)
210Concept of metallic Magnetic calorimeters for rare event search in the LUMINEU project Martin Loidl (CEA Saclay - LNHB)
211Fabrication of Magnetic Penetration Thermometers (MPTs) Optimized for Soft X-ray Spectroscopy Peter Nagler (NASA GSFC/Brown University)
300Fabrication of metallic magnetic calorimeter for radioactive isotope detection Wonsik Yoon (Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science / University of Science and Technology)
301Toward 1000-pixel superconducting-tunnel-junction detectors for X-ray absorption fine structure spectroscopy Go Fujii (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
302Transmission line type STJ coupled with a broad band antenna for millimeter and sub-millimeter wave detections Satoru Mima (RIKEN)
303Development of charge sensitive infrared phototransistors for the far-infrared wavelength Ryota Nihei (University of Tokyo)
304Time Dependence of Partial Integrated Charge Flucuations in STJs Victor Samedov (National Research Nuclear University (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute)
305The study of excess heat capacity in low pressure chemical vapor deposition (LPCVD) silicon nitride membranes at sub-kelvin temperatures Matthew Kenyon (JPL)
306Two Dimensional DC Superconducting Quantum Interference Filter Detector Model in a Dynamical Electromagnetic Field Environment Lin Wang (Duke)
307Development of MMC Gamma Detectors for Nuclear Analysis Cameron R. Bates (LLNL)
308Direct Flux Coupling for Magnetic Microcalorimetry Stephen Boyd (Univ. of New Mexico)
309Measuring X-ray Laser Fluorescence with a Quantum Microcalorimeter - withdrawn Gregory Brown (LLNL)
310An optical pulser for precision characterization of microcalorimeter pixels and pixel arrays Felix Jaeckel (University of New Mexico)
311Observation of excess heat capacity in Cu thin films at low temperatures Dain Bassett (University of Denver)
400Critical Temperature tuning of Ti/TiN multilayer films suitable for low temperature detectors Andrea Giachero (University and INFN of Milano-Bicocca)
401Comparison of the effects of magnetic field on low noise MoAu and TiAu TES bolometers Richard Hijmering (SRON Netherlands institute for Space Research)
402An experimental approach to understanding normal metal electron-phonon coupling in supported geometries Jason Underwood (University of Denver)
403Proximity-Coupled Ti/TiN Multilayers for use in Kinetic Inductance Detectors Michael Vissers (NIST)
404Progress Towards Highly Efficient Waveguide Integrated TESs for Quantum Information Applications Adriana Lita (NIST)
405Mid-Infrared Single-Photon Detection with Tungsten Silicide Superconducting Nanowires Francesco Marsili (NIST)
406Fast and high-dynamic range imaging with superconducting tunnel junction detectors Matsuo Hiroshi (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
407Saturated internal quantum efficiency in superconducting nanowire single-photon detectors based on a MoxGe1-x alloy Varun Verma (NIST)
408Four-channel current-biased kinetic inductance detectors using MgB_2 nanowires for sensing pulsed laser irradiation Naohito Yoshioka (Osaka Prefecture University)
409Development of a broadband TiN/NbTiN traveling wave parametric amplifier for MKID readout Clinton Bockstiegel (NIST)
410Prospective performance of graphene based HEBs as THz photon detectors Boris Karasik (JPL)
411Basic Study on Microwave SQUID Multiplexers for TES Readout Satoshi Kohjiro (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
500An efficient transformer-coupled SQUID magnetometer John Mates (NIST)
501A Local HEMT Based Charge Amplifier for Cryogenic Germanium Detectors Arran Phipps (University of California, Berkeley)
502Ionization Readout of CDMS Detectors with Low Power, Low Noise HEMTs Arran Phipps (University of California, Berkeley)
503CESAR: Cryogenic Electronics for Space Applications and Research Vincent Reveret (CEA Saclay - Astrophysics)
504Multiplexed readout of MMC detector arrays using non-hysteretic rf-SQUIDs Mathias Wegner (KIP, Uni Heidelberg)
505Characterization of a prototype TES-based anti-coincidence detector for use with TES x-ray calorimeter arrays Sarah Busch (NASA GSFC)

Tuesday June 25 - Poster Session B (during afternoon break 2:45 - 4:00 pm)

Topics include: High-energy Photon Detectors; Kinetic Inductance Detectors and Resonators; Multiplexing, Readout and Signal Processing

101 Progress on a TES based Spectrometer for use in High Energy Laboratory Astrophysics Joseph Adams (NASA GSFC)
102 Quasiparticle Freeze-Out in Superconducting Tunnel Junction X-Ray Detectors with Killed Electrode Victor Andrianov (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Lomonosov Moscow State Univ.)
103 Characterization of a prototype TES-based anti-coincidence detector for use with TES x-ray calorimeter arrays - moved to Monday poster 505 Sarah Busch (NASA GSFC)
104 Superconducting gamma-ray absorbers for Transition Edge Sensor microcalorimeters James Hays-Wehle (NIST)
105 Narrow Line X-Ray Calibration Source for High Resolution Microcalorimeters Mitchell Hokin (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
106 Development of 4-pixel array TES microcalorimeters with a mushroom shaped absorber supported by an insulating layer in an overhang region Keisuke Maehata (Kyushu University)
107 An aboveground pulse-tube-based bolometric test facility for the validation of the LUMINEU ZnMoO4 crystals Michele Mancuso (CNRS-CSNSM)
108 Development of Multi-Absorber Transition-Edge Sensors for X-ray Astronomy Stephen Smith (NASA GSFC)
109 Development of Large Arrays of Small Pixels for X-ray Astrophysics - withdrawn Simon Bandler (Univ. of Maryland/NASA GSFC)
110 Array-scale thermal characteristics of the Astro-H/SXS microcalorimeter Caroline Kilbourne (NASA GSFC)
111 Testing the large format MKID detector chips for the A-MKID camera Andrey Baryshev (Netherlands Institute for Space Research (SRON))
200 High count-rate studies of small-pitch transition edge sensors for X-ray astronomy Sang-Jun Lee (NASA GSFC)
201 Large bismuth absorbers for X-ray spectrometry with Magnetic calorimeters Matias Rodrigues (CEA / LNE-LNHB)
202 Three-Dimensionally Assembled TES X-ray Microcalorimater Arrays for Ground and Space Applications Kenichiro Nagayoshi (ISAS/JAXA)
203 Current status of AIST X-ray-absorption-spectroscopy (XAFS) instrument with 100-pixel superconducting-tunnel-junction array detector Shigetomo Shiki (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science ant Technology)
204 256-pixel microcalorimeter array for high-resolution gamma-ray spectroscopy Ryan Winkler (LANL)
205 Characterisation of the SuperSpec Titanium Nitride Kinetic Inductance Detectors Pete Barry (Cardiff Univ.)
206 Study on optical efficiency of TiN lens-coupled LEKIDs Juan Bueno (SRON)
207 MKID snapshots Lorenza Ferrari (SRON)
208 Development of TiN films for CMB polarization detectors MKIDs Kensuke Koga (RIKEN / Tohoku University)
209 A Comparison of Fundamental Noise in MKIDs and TESs for Millimeter-Wave Applications Amy Lowitz (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
210 Improving MKID Quantum Efficiency With Carbon Nanotube Absorbers Danica Marsden (UCSB/Caltech)
211 Membrane Suspended Optical Lumped Element Microwave Kinetic Inductance Detectors Seth Meeker (UCSB)
300 Towards x-ray microcalorimeters using kinetic inductance detectors Antonino Miceli (Argonne National Laboratory)
301 A mm-wave polarization analyser using LEKIDs: strategy and preliminary numerical results Andrea Tartari (PCCP Université Paris Diderot - Laboratoire APC)
302 Hybrid MKIDs with ground-side deposition - A novel method for microwave detection with a resonator separated from an antenna Hiroki Watanabe (SOKENDAI)
303 Optical Characterization of a Superconducting Resonator Bolometer Array Rebecca Wernis (Caltech)
304 New Method for Determining the Quality Factor and Resonance Frequency of LEKIDs and CPW Resonators David Wisbey (Saint Louis University)
305 Design and testing of kilopixel arrays of background limited kinetic inductance detectors for ground based astronomical imaging Jochem Baselmans (SRON)
306 Development of superconducting microresonators for a neutrino mass experiment with 163Ho Marco Faverzani (Università di Milano-Bicocca&INFN Milano-Bicocca)
307 AC Bolometer Theory and Measurements of Kinetic Inductance Bolometer-Resonators Mark Lindeman (NASA JPL)
308 Ultraviolet, Optical, and Near-IR Lumped Element Microwave Kinetic Inductance Detectors Seth Meeker (UCSB)
309 Simulations of the Performance of Bolometric KIDs realised using Resonators Suspended on a Membrane Christopher Thomas (University of Cambridge)
310Full FPGA Frequency Division Multiplexed SQUID readout of superconducting TES Bolometers Daniela Bagliani (INFN - University of Genoa (Italy))
400Progress toward improving analysis of TES x-ray data using principal component analysis Sarah Busch (NASA GSFC)
401The Fabrication of a Low Thermal Conductivity Superconducting Flat Flexible Cable with Low Inductance Traces and Interconnects - withdrawn Miguel Daal (UC Berkeley)
403Measurement of MKID Performance with High-speed and Wide-band Readout System Kenichi Karatsu (NAOJ)
404A Novel FPGA/CPU KID Readout Ryan Monroe (JPL)
405Demonstration of time domain multiplexed readout for magnetically coupled calorimeters Jan-Patrick Porst (NASA - GSFC (USRA))
406AC SQUIDs biasing operation for time domain multiplexing Damien Prele (APC CNRS/Paris Diderot Univ.)
407The NIST Next Generation Multiplexing Electronics: An Optimized System for Read-Out of X-ray Detector Arrays Carl Reintsema (NIST - PML - QSP)
408Microcalorimeter data processing for transmission mode x-ray absorption spectra Joel Ullom (NIST)
409Microstrip Solution for Cryogenic Microwave Interconnects Alex Walter (UCSB)
410Tailoring the high-Q LC filter arrays for readout of kilo-pixel TES arrays in the SPICA-SAFARI instrument Marcel Bruijn (SRON)
411Development of flexible, superconducting interconnecting elements for assembly of cryogenic kilo-pixel detector systems Marcel Bruijn (SRON)
500Low noise readout system for MKIDs with frequency-domain multiplexing technique towards application of CMB observation Yoshiaki Kibe (Okayama University)
501Commercial GPU-based KID Readout Attila Kovacs (Caltech)
502Improving UVOIR MKID Readout Matthew Strader (UCSB)
503Performance of Frequency-Division Multiplexing Readout System for AC-biased Transition-Edge Sensor X-ray Microcalorimeters Ryo Yamamoto (ISAS/JAXA)
504Large High Impedance Silicon micro-calorimeters array for X-rays camera: Status & Perspectives Jean-Luc Sauvageot (Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique)

Thursday June 26 - Poster Session C (during afternoon break 2:30 - 4:00 pm)

Topics include: Antennas and mm-wave Circuits; CMB Instruments; Instruments for mm/sub-mm Astronomy

101 Horn Coupled Multichroic Polarimeters for Measurement of the CMB Jeff McMahon (Univ. of Michigan)
102 Active Quasi-optical combiners for mm and sub-mm wavelengths - withdrawn Lucio Piccirillo (Univ. of Manchester)
103 Dual-polarization planar antennas fed by coplanar waveguides for kinetic inductance detector cameras Masato Naruse (Saitama University)
104 Large-area reflective infrared filters for millimeter/sub-mm telescopes Zeeshan Ahmed (Stanford University)
105 Superconducting coplanar switch driven by DC current for CMB instrument Guillaume Bordier (APC - CNRS)
106 Study on optical filter heating in background limited detector experiments Juan Bueno (SRON)
107 Optical Meaurements of SuperSpec: A sub/millimeter-wave on-chip spectrometer Steve Hailey-Dunsheath (Caltech)
108 Metamaterial Antireflection Coatings: Meeting the optical requirements for large format detector arrays Charles Munson (University of Michigan)
109 Anti-Reflection (AR) Coating for Cryogenic Silicon and Alumina Lenses at Millimeter-Wave Bands Tom Nitta (University of Tsukuba / National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
110 Close-Packed Silicon-Lens Antennas for Millimeter-Wave MKID Camera Tom Nitta (University of Tsukuba / National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
111 Calibration system with modulated polarization source for superconducting detectors at 0.1 Kelvin Kenta Takahashi (RIKEN/Tohoku University)
200 Scaling Proven 150 GHz Feedhorn Coupled TES Polarimeters for Operation at Other Microwave Frequencies Jason Austermann (University of Colorado, Boulder)
201 The SPT-3G Instrument: A New Polarization-Sensitive Millimeter-Wavelength Camera for the South Pole Telescope Tyler Natoli (Univ. of Chicago)
202 In Situ Performance of TRUCE Pixels in the Atacama B-mode Search Sara Simon (Princeton)
203 The POLARBEAR Cosmic Microwave Background Polarization Experiment Darcy Barron (UCSD)
204 The SPT-SZ Survey for CMB Anisotropy and Clusters of Galaxies Bradford Benson (University of Chicago)
205 Tapered-illuminated antenna-coupled TES bolometers and modular focal planes for CMB polarimeters Howard Hui (Caltech)
206 Mission design of LiteBIRD: A small satellite for the studies of B-mode polarization and inflation from cosmic background radiation detection Tomotake Matsumura (KEK)
207 Design and operation of ACTPol, a millimeter-wavelength, polarization-sensitive receiver for the Atacama Cosmology Telescope Benjamin Schmitt (University of Pennsylvania)
208 The POLARBEAR-2 Experiment Aritoki Suzuki (University of California, Berkeley)
209 Testing the large format MKID detector chips for the A-MKID camera - poster moved to Tuesday poster 111 Andrey Baryshev (Netherlands Institute for Space Research (SRON))
210 The NIKA detectors: current status and developements towards a space implementation of KID Martino Calvo (Institut Néel Grenoble)
211 Microwave characterization of ultra-sensitive Far-Infrared TES Detectors for SAFARI Gerhard de Lange (SRON)
300 MUSTANG 2 - a large focal plane array for the Green Bank telescope Simon Dicker (Univ. of Pennsylvania)
301 Multiwavelength Submillimeter Inductance Camera (MUSIC) Instrument Characterization Amandeep Gill (Univ. of Colorado, Boulder)
302 The Detector System for the Stratospheric Kinetic Inductance Polarimeter (SKIP) Bradley Johnson (Columbia)
303 Noise Performance of the Multiwavelength Sub/millimeter Inductance Camera (MUSIC) Detectors Seth Siegel (Caltech)
304 Design and expected performance of GISMO-2, a two color millimeter camera for the IRAM 30m telescope Johannes Staguhn (Johns Hopkins University/NASA GSFC)
305 Studies of the Cosmic Rays Impact on Low Temperature Instruments in Space Antoine Miniussi (Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale - Paris 11)
306 Large Area Superconducting TES Spider WEB Bolometer for Multi-mode Cavity Microwave Detection Michele Biasotti (University of Genoa and INFN)
307 Emerging two-dimensional materials for future hot-electron bolometers Boris Karasik (JPL/Caltech)
308 Characterization of low noise TES detectors fabricated by D-RIE process for SAFARI short-wavelength band Pourya Khosropanah (SRON)
309 Resistive transition in weakly superconducting AC-biased transition edge sensor Alexander Kozorezov (Lancaster University)
310 Characterization of transition properties and optical efficiencies of ACTPol transition-edge sensors Christine Pappas (Princeton University)
311The Magnetically-Tuned Superconducting Transition-Edge Sensor John Sadleir (NASA GSFC)
400Spatial mapping of optical TES Nathan Tomlin (NIST)
401A Mo/Au Bilayer Superconducting Transition Edge Sensor Modified with Normal Metal Structures on Surface Gensheng Wang (Argonne National Lab)
402Sensitivity to cosmic rays of Cold Electron Bolometers for space applications Maria Salatino (Sapienza University of Rome)
403A 251-detector TES Array for a 350 GHz Video Imager Dan Becker (NIST)
404Bolometers for THz-spectroscopy with Nb/Al bilayer TESs and microstructured metal film absorbers Joern Beyer (Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt Berlin)
405The Silicon Cold Electron Bolometer (poster withdrawn) Tom Brien (Cardiff University)
406Development of a Mo/Au based TES sensor array for an X-ray Integral Field Unit instrument on board Athena+ (poster withdrawn) Lourdes Fabrega (ICMAB-CSIC)
407A study of Al-Mn TES engineering for stability with frequency domain multiplexing Elizabeth George (UC Berkeley)
408Towards Bolometric Observation of Excimers in Superfluid Helium Scott Hertel (Yale University)
409Radiation tolerance evaluation of a Ti/Au bilayer TES microcalorimeter Yoshitaka Ishisaki (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
410A new route to manufacture Low Noise TES Arrays for the SAFARI Instrument on SPICA Marcel Ridder (SRON Utrecht)
411Development of Multilayer Readout Wiring TES calorimeter for future X-ray missions Shinya Yamada (RIKEN)
500Transition Edge Sensors (TES) based on Mo/Au Bilayers with Superconducting Structures on Surface Volodymyr Yefremenko (Argonne National Laboratory)
501Diffusion Behaviour in Superconducting Ti/Au bilayers for Application in Satellite TES Detectors Pourya Khosropanah (SRON)
502Characterization of transition edge sensors with magnetic feedback Sang-Jun Lee (NASA GSFC)
503Characterization of NbSi TES bolometers using a cold SiGe ASIC Joseph Martino (Institut d'Astrophysique Spatiale)
504Large Area Transition Edge Sensor X-ray Microcalorimeters for Diffuse X-ray Background Studies Kelsey Morgan (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
505Tunnel Barriers for Superconducting Junctions Formed by Atomic Layer Deposition Stephen Smith (NASA GSFC)
506Characterization of Mo/Au Transition-edge sensors with different geometric configurations Stephanie Moyerman (UC San Diego)

Friday June 27 - Poster Session C (during afternoon break 2:30 - 4:00 pm)

Topics include: Tests of Fundamental Physics; Refrigeration and Cryogenics; Dark Matter, Neutrinos and Rare Event Search; Particle and Nuclear Physics Applications

101 Geant4 Simulations of the SuperCDMS iZip Detector Charge Carrier Propagation and FET Readout Robert Agnese (University of Florida)
102Phonon-Only Event Analysis in SuperCDMS iZIP Detectors Adam Anderson (MIT)
103Profile likelihood ratio analysis techniques for rare event signals Julien Billard (MIT)
104Dopant-related space-charge effects on charge collection in cryogenic Ge detectors for dark matter search Alexandre Broniatowski (CSNSM/IN2P3/CNRS)
105Trapping lengths and velocity laws for hot carriers in doped and ultra-pure Ge crystals for cryogenic dark matter detectors Alexandre Broniatowski (CSNSM/IN2P3/CNRS)
106Rejection of surface background in thermal detectors Lucia Canonica (INFN Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso)
107PTOLEMY: TES microcalorimeters for detection of the Cosmic Neutrino Background Clarence Chang (Argonne National Lab)
108Ionization Surface Discrimination of the iZIP detector Todd Doughty (UC Berkeley)
109Thermal Properties of holmium-implanted gold films for a neutrino mass experiment with cryogenic microcalorimeters Massimiliano Galeazzi (University of Miami)
110Signal read-out for the EDELWEISS-III cryogenic detectors - withdrawn Jules Gascon (IPNL, Universite de Lyon 1)
111Signals associated to trapped charges in the EDELWEISS germanium cryogenic detectors Jules Gascon (IPNL, Universite de Lyon 1)
200Development of fast light detectors for neutrinoless double beta decay experiment Jooyoung Lee (Kyungpook National University / Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science)
201Spatial Imaging of Charge Transport in Germanium at Low Temperature Robert Moffatt (Stanford University)
202Neutron background rejection in the EDELWEISS-III experiment Xavier-François Navick (CEA de Saclay)
203Ionization Readout Electronics for SuperCDMS SNOLAB Employing a HEMT Front End Transistor Richard Partridge (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)
204Charge Transport Studies in CDMS Detectors Arran Phipps (University of California, Berkeley)
205Monte Carlo simulations of phonon transport in cryogenic germanium crystals in Geant 4. - withdrawn Peter Redl (Stanford)
206Accurate simulation of Pb and Po nuclear recoils in Si and Ge using Geant4 Peter Redl (Stanford)
207GeFRO: a new readout circuit for cryogenic ionization detectors with low radioactive background contribution (poster withdrawn) Lorenzo Cassina (INFN-Milano Bicocca)
208Fabrication of absorbers with Ho-163 for the neutrino mass searches Giulio Pizzigoni (INFN, Univerity of Genoa)
209Electron capture spectroscopy and isotope production: research toward neutrino mass measurement Gerd J. Kunde (LANL)
210The cryogenic free dilution unit for Cuore experiment Luca Taffarello (INFN Padova Section Italy)
211CALDER: Cryogenic wide-area light detectors for neutrino and dark matter searches Sergio di Domizio (INFN)
300Commissioning of the 4K outer cryostat for the CUORE experiment Elena Ferri (Università Milano-Bicocca & INFN Milano-Bicocca)
301Development of a large-area detector for position and energy resolving detection of molecular fragments Lisa Gamer (Kirchhoff-Institute for Physics)
302Design of a Large Solid Angle Array of Calorimetric Low Temperature Detectors for Applications in Heavy Ion Research Patrick Grabitz (GSI Darmstadt)
303Spectroscopic measurement of L X-rays emitted by transuranium elements by using TES microcalorimeter Makoto Maeda (Kyushu University)
304Superconducting strip ion detectors with SFQ readout for TOF mass spectrometry Masataka Ohkubo (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST))
305Calorimetric measurements of the 163Ho spectrum for the ECHo experiment Philipp Ranitzsch (KIP, Uni Heidelberg)
306Progress report on the MARE experiment Maria Ribeiro (Centre for Nuclear Physics and University of Lisbon)
307Vibration Isolation Design for the Micro-X Rocket Payload Sarah Heine (MIT)
308Q-value spectroscopy with microcalorimeter detectors Andrew Hoover (LANL)
309Evidence for the exchange effect at very low energy in the beta decays of 63Ni and 241Pu Martin Loidl (CEA Saclay - LNHB)
310The Cryogenic AntiCoincidence Detector for ATHENA+ Claudio Macculi (INAF/IAPS Roma)
311Alpha spectroscopy with resolving power greater than 5000 (0.7 to 1.0 keV FWHM at 5.3 MeV) Michael Rabin (Los Alamos National Laboraory)
400Cryocooling system on a high-speed rotating stage Osamu Tajimai (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization(KEK))
401Design of the DESHIMA cryostat David Herranz (TU Delft)
402Development of Compact Adiabatic Demagnetization Refrigerator for X-ray Microcalorimeter Operation Ukyo Hishi (Kanazawa University)
403A rigid thermally-isolating suspension for an adiabatic demagnetization refrigerator Ruslan Hummatov (University of New Mexico)
404Compact 1K Cryocooler for Superconducting Nanowire Detectors - withdrawn Vincent Kotsubo (NIST)
405Design Guidelines and Considerations for Using Trusses and Thin-walled Tubes as Cryogenic Support Structures Erik Kramer (UC Berkeley)
406Miniature Dilution Refrigerators for Radio Telescopes Simon Melhuish (University of Manchester)
407Design and commissioning of a cryogen-free 3He/4He dilution refrigerator for X-ray spectroscopy at storage rings Pascal Scholz (Justus Liebig University Giessen)
408Cryogen Free Dilution Refrigerator for development of Tin bolometer - withdrawn Vivek Singh (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai)
409A robust cooling platform for NIS junction refrigeration and sub-Kelvin cryogenic systems Brandon Wilson (UC San Diego)
410A Distributed Method for Modeling Effective Cryogenic Flat Cable Heat Sinking Nicholas Zobrist (UC Berkeley)