Prof. Jordi Jose (Univ. Politcnica de Catalunya)
At the turn of the 21st Century, new tools and developments, at the crossroads of theoretical and computational astrophysics, observational astronomy, cosmochemistry, and nuclear physics, have revolutionized our understanding of the physics of stellar explosions. The use of space-borne observatories has opened new windows to study the cosmos through multifrequency observations. In parallel to...
Prof. Stefano Giagu (CERN)
Prof. Stephen Lars Olsen (Institute of Basic Science, Korea)
BESIII is an experiment located at the Institute of High Energy Physics in Beijing, China. It consists of a state-of-the-art 4π magnetic spectrometer that surrounds the beam-beam intersection region of the BEPCII e+e- collider that is operated by an international collaboration of nearl 400 researchers from 13 countries. BEPCII provides BESIII with record-high luminosity e+e- data over a...