The distribution of topics will be done at the first meeting on Tuesday, April 13th, 9 am c.t.
Early registration is possible. Please contact U. Uwer
and H.-C. Schultz-Coulon if
you are interested in a specific topic or date.
Precision experiments in atomic, nuclear and particle physics allow indirect tests of the so called
Standard Model (SM) which describes the building blocks of matter and their interaction. Such experiments
are sensitive to effects far beyond the energy scale at which they take place and do thus test
possible new physics scenarios at scales not reachable at present colliders. In this seminar some
of the most important precision experiments are presented and discussed.
Further possible/alternative topics:
- PERKEO and the Measurement of Vud
- Measurement of the W-mass
- Hadronic contribution to (g-2)
- PERKEO and measurement of Vud
- Messung von sin(theta_W)
- Neutron Lebensdauer