Oct 16 – 20, 2016
Europe/Zurich timezone

Fundamental physics with antihydrogen

Oct 19, 2016, 9:00 AM
30m
Oral Low energy precision tests of the Standard Model We - 1

Speaker

michael doser (cern)

Description

Two decades after the first production of (relativistic) antihydrogen atoms, and a good decade after the first production of “cold” antihydrogen, first measurements of the properties of antihydrogen have recently begun. Together with the start-up of an additional dedicated low energy antiproton decelerator (ELENA), and the development of a wide range of techniques that permit precise atomic measurements, the study of antihydrogen atoms is set to start in earnest. This presentation will provide an overview of the present status and outlook for fundamental physics with antihydrogen atoms.

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