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Discrete Symmetries in Particle, Nuclear and Atomic Physics and implications for our Universe


Susan Driessen
+39 0461 314722
Monday, 8 October, 2018 - 08:30 to Friday, 12 October, 2018 - 14:00
ECT* Conference room

The workshop on "Discrete symmetries in particle, nuclear and atomic physics and
implications…” will bring together about 35 world-leading experts and young scientists
working on the exploration of discrete symmetries, both in theory and experimental sectors.
Questions as: Why do we observe a Universe of only matter? Are the discrete symmetries,
such as CPT, Lorentz or spin-statistics violated? How are they tested in particle, nuclear
and atomic systems, and which are the implications for our Universe? will be at the core of
the workshop which will provide a state-of-the-art overview on discrete symmetries research
performed worldwide by pioneering and leading groups.

Registration period: 
23 Jul 2018 to 16 Sep 2018


Dmitry Budker Helmholtz Institute - Johannes Gutenberg University - Mainz and University of California - Berkeley
Catalina Curceanu LNF – INFN Frascati
derek Kimball California State University
Andrzej Kupsc Uppsala University
Pawel Moskal Jagiellonian University