21 October 2016
Paul Scherrer Institut
Europe/Zurich timezone
The workshop aims to bring together the physics community interested in performing high resolution muonic X-ray spectroscopy of medium and high-Z elements. While muon beam intensities and quality have been improved in recent years at PSI, still muonic X-rays have never been studied with highly efficient multi-Ge-detector arrays covering large solid angles. Such advancements open the way to the measurements of nuclear charge radii in radioactive elements and of atomic parity violation effects in muonic atoms. From the fruitful exchange between participants, the workshop aims to strengthen the physics case of these measurements and to discuss future plans and ideas.
 

Dates: 21 October 2016 (09:00-18:10)
Timezone: Europe/Zurich
Location: Paul Scherrer Institut
CH-5232 Villigen
Room: Auditorium / WHGA001
Additional info:
Organizers: K. Kirch, A. Knecht, B. Lauss, E. Rapisarda, A. Govaerts Van Loon