Prof. Fairouz Malek (LPSC-Grenoble)
Higgs and New Physics at ATLAS and CMS
Prof. Xiaoyan Shen (IHEP, CAS)
Recent results from BES III
Prof. Gregory W. Severin (Michigan State University)
Applications and Instrumentations
Accelerator facilities inevitably amass a small collection of activated components like beamstops and collimators. Depending on the chemical composition of the component and the properties of the accelerated particles, transmuted inventories will potentially include valuable radioisotopes for applied and basic science research. For example, at PSI’s proton accelerator, a copper beamdump...
Prof. Thomas Aumann (TU Darmstadt)
Nuclear Structure and Astrophysics
Search for the tetra neutron
Prof. Randolf Pohl (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz)
Laser spectroscopy of muonic hydrogen [1,2] yielded a proton rms charge radius which is 4% (or ~6 sigmas) smaller than the CODATA value . Also the deuteron charge radius from muonic deuterium  is 6 sigmas smaller than the CODATA value, but consistent with the smaller proton inside the deuteron. These smaller charge radii, when combined with precision measurements of the 1S-2S...