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Fermilab visit November 16, 2007

Posted by apetrov in Particle Physics, Physics, Science.
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I am at Fermilab today. Yesterday I gave a seminar in the Theoretical Physics Department there, but today I decided to stay for the Project X Workshop. Basically, the idea is to toss around ideas for the physics case for the Fermlab’s intermediate future project — the high intensity proton source. Indeed, he most obvious physics application of this is a some sort of neutrino experiment. But people talk about new experiments with muons, kaons (some sort of revival of the RSVP experiment idea — but at FNAL — and with a possibility of 800-1000 events of the type K -> pi nu anti-nu), and even antiprotons (low energy, only 8 GeV). Let’s see what hapends…

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