Lederle Graduate Research Tower (LGRT) 419B , U Mass Amherst
Joint ACFI-FRIB workshop
Atomic nuclei provide powerful laboratories for testing nature’s fundamental symmetries. With the larger number and quantity of isotopes that the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) will make available, new and improved tests, such as for atomic EDMs, will be possible. The workshop will assess the opportunities for fundamental symmetry tests that FRIB make possible and identify those most important to pursue. The workshop will also address how the research and theory associated with FRIB can support development of nuclear theory needed for the interpretation of key fundamental measurements related to neutrinoless double double beta decay, EDMs, radioactive decays, and dark matter searches.
Witek Nazarewicz (Michigan State/FRIB/NSCL)
Michael Ramsey-Musolf (UMass Amherst)
Brad Sherrill (Michigan State/FRIB/NSCL)
Beyond Schiff: Atomic EDMS from two-photon exchange
Beta Decay Experiments with Separated Fragmented Beams
Michigan State University14-10-acfi-frib-workshop.pdf
Double-beta decay and BSM physics: shell model nuclear matrix elements for competing mechanisms
Central Michigan Universitymhoroi-acfi-frib.pdf
Atomic Parity Non-Conservation, a 2014 Personal View.
University of Marylandu_mass_orozco_2014.pdf