|Time:||Thursday, 20 Sep 2018, 15:00|
|Place:||Central Seminar Room|
|Speaker:||Prof. Edmund G. Myers, Department of Physics, Florida State University|
|Title:||A proposal to test CPT with the Molecular Antihydrogen Ion|
|Time:||Monday, 18 Jun 2018, 11:00|
|Place:||Seminar room Blaum|
|Speaker:||Ben Ohayon, Racah Institute of Physics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem|
|Title:||Weak Interaction Physics at SARAF|
In this talk I will review the current status of the radioisotopes trapping program at the Soreq Applied Research Accelerator Facility (SARAF), and prospects for measurements at the upgraded accelerator: SARAF-II.
In our new lab complex, situated above the SARAF target room, we utilize two systems: An electrostaticion-beam-trap,designed for trapping various radioactive ions, starting with 6He; and a magneto-optical trap, which is designated for various rare neon isotopes, starting with 23Ne.
Both traps are equipped with novel designs for the detection of recoiling particles from nuclear β-decay and precise measurements of the kinematic correlations between them. These correlations are sensitive to scalar- and tensor-current interactions which are suggested by some beyond standard model (BSM) theories . Bounds on exotic interactions from the precision and high-energy frontiers are interpreted in the framework of a model-independent effective field theory approach .
|||I. Mardor et. al., The Soreq Applied Research Accelerator Facility (SARAF) - Overview, Research Programs and Future Plans (2018).|
|||J A Behr and G Gwinner, Standard model tests with trapped radioactive atoms (2009).|
|||M. Gonzalez-Alonso, O. Naviliat-Cuncic, N. Severijns. New physics searches in nuclear and neutron β-decay (2018).|