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Atomic nuclei as laboratories for BSM physics


Ines Campo
+39 0461 314721
Monday, 15 April, 2019 - 08:00 to Friday, 19 April, 2019 - 14:00
ECT* meeting room

High-precision measurements of low energy processes provide powerful tools to explore fundamental symmetries and to search for new physics beyond the standard model (BSM). While large colliders explore the energy frontier, high-precision experiments of nuclear, atomic and molecular properties offer a complementary approach. The interpretation of these modern experiments requires a truly interdisciplinary research, with a joint effort between experimentalists and theorists from particle, nuclear, atomic and quantum chemistry. Accurate calculations with quantifiable uncertainty are imperative to disentangle the fundamental physics observables from measurements of nuclear, atomic and molecular properties.

This workshop will be focused on the recent theoretical and experimental progress related to the use of low energy probes in the studies of fundamental symmetries and the search of new physics BSM. A special emphasis will be given to the modern development on nuclear theory and their relevance in studies of fundamental symmetries, neutrino physics and dark matter search.

Registration period: 
28 Jan 2019 to 25 Mar 2019
Eventbrite registration: 
Registration closed 26/03/2019.


Teppei Katori Queen Mary University of London
Vincenzo Cirigliano Los Alamos National Laboratory
Stefano Gandolfi Los Alamos National Laboratory
Ronald Fernando Garcia Ruiz CERN
Jason Holt TRIUMF - Vancouver


Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
AndreoliLorenzoUniversity of TrentoItaly
AraujoHenriqueImperial College LondonUnited Kingdom
BergerRobertPhilipps-Universitaet MarburgGermany
CarlsonJosephLos Alamos National LaboratoryUnited States
EngelJonathanUniversity of North CarolinaUSA
Galindo-UribarriAlfredoOak Ridge National UniversityUSA
GandolfiStefanoLos Alamos National LaboratoryUS
Garcia RuizRonald FernandoCERNSwitzerland
GiuntiCarloINFN TorinoItaly
GrohsEvanUniversity of California BerkeleyUnited States
HayatoYoshinariKamioka obs., ICRR, The Univ. of TokyoJapan
HuBaishanPeking UniversityChina
ItoTakeyasuLos Alamos National LaboratoryUSA
JordanJohnathonUniversity of MichiganUnited States of America
KatoriTEppeiQueen Mary University of LondonUnited Kingdom
LasorakPierreUniversity of SussexUK
MammeiJulietteUniversity of ManitobaCanada
MelconianDanCyclotron Institute, Texas A&M UniversityTX
mereghettiemanueleLos Alamos National LaboratoryUSA
PiegsaFlorianUniversity of BernSwitzerland
RichGraysonEnrico Fermi Institute and Kavli Institute for Cosmological Physics, UChicagoUSA