Friday Morning Session
- Mariana Nanova ()
Dr Luciano Musa (CERN)
Novel silicon pixel detectors
Stefan Leupold (Uppsala University)
The magnetic moment of the muon is the observable which shows at the moment the largest discrepancy between experiment and standard-model prediction (3 to 4 standard deviations) . To turn the indication to an observation requires the reduction of both experimental and standard-model uncertainty. The dominant source of the latter resides in the hadronic contributions that enter the magnetic...
Prof. Isao Tanihata (RCNP, Osaka University)
Studies of nuclei far from the stability line revealed drastic changes in nuclear orbitals presented as appearance of new magic numbers and disappearance of magic numbers. One of the important reason of such change is considered to be due to the effect of tensor forces in nuclear structure. Although the importance of tensor forces has been known as giving most of the binding energies in very...
Prof. Stefan Schoenert (TUM)
Searching for a matter creating process in nuclear decays