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Theoretical issues and experimental opportunities in searches for time reversal invariance violation using neutrons

Thursday, December 6, 2018 - 9:00am to Saturday, December 8, 2018 - 1:00pm

LGRT 419B

This workshop will discuss theoretical issues relevant for experimental searches for time reversal violation using slow neutrons. It will present the current and projected reach of a range of experimental approaches and explore the interrelationships of the sensitivity to different types of T violation for these experiments. Experimental strategies discussed will include searches for neutron electric dipole moments, searches for T-odd correlations in neutron decay experiments, searches for T-odd effects using polarized neutron dynamical diffraction in non-centrosymmetric perfect crystals, and T-odd effects in forward transmission in polarized neutron optics.

Organizers:
Vincenzo Cirigliano (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Chen-Yu Liu (Indiana University)
Pieter Mumm (National Institutes of Standards and Technology)
Bradley Plaster (University of Kentucky)
Michael Snow (Indiana University)

Upcoming Seminars

ACFI Seminar

Tue, Dec 4, 2018 - 2:30pm

Prateek Agrawal

LGRT 419B