Xiang Xiao
(Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)

The PandaX experiment and new results

In recent years, the weakly interacting massive particles (WIMPs) has become the most promising candidate of dark matter. Among a variety of experiments, the PandaX experiment attempts to search the WIMP-nucleon scattering signals in China JinPing Underground Laboratory, using dual-phase liquid xenon time projection chamber detection technique. As the first stage of experiment, PandaX-I has finished the data taking with an exposure of 54.0 kg x 80.1 live days. The next stage, PandaX-II, is now under commissioning with about 500 kg target mass. In this talk, I will describe the PandaX experiment in details, and also present the new results of PandaX-I.