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Workshop on future muon EDM searches at Fermilab and worldwide
337 (University of Liverpool)
University of Liverpool
Department of Physics
Kim Siang Khaw
(University of Washington)
This workshop will provide an update on the status of the muon EDM search at Fermilab, and an upgrade plan of the Muon g-2 storage ring for a dedicated muon EDM run after the year 2020. We aim to bring together the expertise of silicon tracking detectors such as high voltage monolithic active pixel sensors (HV-MAPS) and experts from Muon g-2 experiment for the upgrade plan. Besides, the status of muon EDM searches around the world (J-PARC and PSI) will also be provided together with a detailed presentation about its physics motivation.
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