PRISMA Colloquium

Programm für das Wintersemester 2020/2021

Wednesdays, 13:00 Uhr s.t.

Institut für Physik

live at Zoom
25.11.20Matteo Alfonsi, Institut für Physik, ETAP
The XENON1T experiment has recently reported new results from the analysis of low energy electronic recoils data, characterized by the lowest background rate ever achieved in the energy range between 1 and 30 keV. An excess over known background has been observed around 2-3 keV, and this observation has been interpreted in terms of the existence of solar axions, or as an enhancement of the neutrino magnetic moment observed in solar neutrinos, or as an additional background initially not considered. In the latter hypothesis, among the various possibilities considered such as traces of 127Xe or 37Ar or tritium diluted into the active volume, only the tritium hypothesis cannot be confirmed or excluded with the current knowledge of the production and reduction mechanism. In this seminar I will describe the detector operation, the analysis approach and the arguments that allowed us to arrive to such conclusions, trying to address also the additional questions that has been posed by the community.
13:00 Uhr s.t., at Zoom

zukünftige Termine
16.12.20Marina Marinkovic, LMU München
Simulating strong interaction at scale
13:00 Uhr s.t., at Zoom

06.01.21Nicola Neri, Università di Milano
Magnetic and electric dipole moments of fundamental particles provide powerful probes for physics within and beyond the Standard Model. For the case of short-lived particles these have not been experimentally accessible to date due to the difficulties imposed by their short lifetimes. A unique program of direct measurements of electromagnetic dipole moments of strange and charm baryons, and ultimately beauty baryons and the tau lepton, at the LHC is proposed. Novel experimental techniques have been developed, along with feasibility studies and projected sensitivities for different luminosity scenarios.
13:00 Uhr s.t., at Zoom

13.01.21Daniele Guffanti, Institute of Physics, JGU Mainz
Detection of CNO neutrinos with Borexino
13:00 Uhr s.t., at Zoom

20.01.21Jens Erler, UNAM/Mainz
The precise standard model
13:00 Uhr s.t., at Zoom

Koordination: Kontakt:

Prof. Dr. Stefan Tapprogge
Institut für Physik, ETAP
stefan.tapprogge@uni-mainz.de

Prof. Dr. Randolf Pohl
Institut für Physik, QUANTUM
pohl@uni-mainz.de

Prof. Dr. Sonia Bacca
Institut für Kernphysik
s.bacca@uni-mainz.de

Dr. Renée Dillinger-Reiter
renee.dillinger@uni-mainz.de