Tuesday Morning Session
- Wolfgang Kuehn (JLU Giessen)
Prof. Dean Lee (Michigan State University)
Nuclear Structure and Astrophysics
Recent developments in nuclear structure theory.
Prof. Randolf Pohl (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz)
For more than eight years now, the "proton radius puzzle" has let us dream about new physics: Our measurements of muonic hydrogen and muonic deuterium, performed in the CREMA Collabroation at PSI, yielded a proton radius which is more than five standard deviations smaller than the CODATA world average from measurements using electrons, namely precision spectroscopy of atomic hydrogen and...
Claudia Patrignani (Università and INFN Bologna)
"Hadron Spectroscopy at LHCb"
Dr Francesca Bellini (CERN)
The observation of anti-deuteron and anti-helium in cosmic rays has been suggested as a smoking gun in indirect searches for Dark Matter in the Galaxy, under the hypothesis that the background from secondary astrophysical production is negligible. Constraining predictions for the secondary cosmic-ray flux of anti-helium and anti-deuteron with data is therefore crucial to the experimental...