Menu-2019 Plenary: Menu-2019 Plenary
- Curtis Meyer (Carnegie Mellon University)
The Electric Dipole Moment (EDM) of elementary particles, including hadrons, is considered as one of the most powerful tools to study CP-violation beyond the Standard Model. Such CP-violating mechanisms are searched for to explain the dominance of matter over anti-matter in our universe.
Up to now EDM experiments concentrated on neutral systems, namely neutron, atoms and molecules. Storage...
Nonperturbative quantum chromodynamics poses significant challenges. Primary amongst them is a need to chart the behaviour of QCD's running coupling and masses into the domain of infrared momenta. Contemporary theory is incapable of solving this problem alone but a collaboration with experiment holds a promise for progress. This effort can benefit substantially by exposing the structure of...
This talk will give an overview of the highlights of the MENU-2019 Conference.