We are pleased to announce the Fundamental Symmetries at FRIB Workshop, to be held at the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams on the campus of Michigan State University.
The objectives of the workshop are two-fold.
The first is to recruit and develop a user community interested in fundamental symmetries at FRIB primarily using harvested rare isotopes in offline experiments.
The second is write a 5-page white paper describing the fundamental symmetries opportunities at FRIB as input to the Fundamental Symmetries Town Hall meeting in December 2022 as a part of the NSAC long-range planning exercise.
• test of fundamental symmetries using atoms and molecules
These topics will be covered with talks selected from received abstracts. Participation and abstract submission are strongly encouraged. More details on the program will be provided via email announcements.
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|FSW@FRIB social events:|
Business dinner on Thursday, November 17th at 6 pm
Pizza House, 4790 Hagadorn Rd., East Lansing, MI 48823 (directions)
Writing day, Saturday, November 19th at 8.30 am - 2 pm
FRIB / 640 S. Shaw Ln., East Lansing, MI
Registration will be available online at the FSW webpage. Once registration is open, registrants can propose a presentation they might give by submitting an abstract on the website (see the menu item "Abstract Submission").
The Organizing Committee also encourages anyone to nominate any other individual to present a talk by emailing suggestions to Jaideep Singh (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Abstract submission is now open.
- On October 31, 2022: Consideration of abstracts will begin.
To register for FS@FRIB go to "Registration"
Book your group rate for Workshop on Fundamental Symmetries
Last Day to Book: Thursday, November 7, 2022
Workshop Site: The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824, USA
- FRIB is a new major international user facility for nuclear physics, funded by the United States Department of Energy and by Michigan State University. The first beams arrived in May 2022.
- Generous funding for FS at FRIB workshop has been provided by the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams
- FRIB is located on the campus of Michigan State University. One can fly directly to the East Lansing airport, typically after connecting from Detroit or Chicago. A shuttle service provides transportation from the Detroit airport (DTW) to downtown East Lansing in approximately two hours.
- Information about lodging is posted on the workshop website.