The workshop focuses on the physics at the low energy, high precision frontier without neglecting complementary approaches. It aims at highlighting present activities and future developments. The Paul Scherrer Institut (PSI) itself offers unique opportunities for experiments in this realm: it houses the world's most powerful proton cyclotron and the highest intensity low momentum pion and muon beams and the ultracold neutron source.
The PSI2022 workshop will provide an excellent opportunity to explore these exciting topics. It will consist of plenary sessions, including invited introductory presentations to main topics, a poster session, social activities and the opportunity to visit PSI’s on-site experimental facilities.
The workshop is being organized by the Laboratory for Particle Physics at PSI and supported by the Swiss Institute for Particle Physics (CHIPP), and the Nuclear Physics European Collaboration Committee (NuPECC) .
- Low energy precision tests of the Standard Model
- Experiments with muons, pions, neutrons, antiprotons, other particles and atoms
- Searches for permanent electric dipole moments
- Searches for symmetry violations and new forces
- Precision measurements of fundamental constants
- Exotic atoms and molecules
- New tools and facilities