Dec 6 – 8, 2023
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
US/Central timezone

Muons offer a unique opportunity to probe new physics in both the high-intensity and high-energy frontiers.  Recent precision measurements have generated excitement about the possibility of new physics in the muon sector.  Moreover, muons offer a promising avenue to probe high energies in future colliders, as they combine the benefits of leptons with those of heavy particles.  These insights warrant the development of future experiments to further probe muon physics.

The purpose of the Muons in Minneapolis workshop is to bring together theorists and experimentalists to explore future opportunities to utilize muons in the search for new physics.  In this workshop, we hope to expand on ongoing efforts to probe the muon sector, as well as discuss possible new directions.  Topics covered in this workshop will include:

  • Muon magnetic moment (g-2)
  • Muonic atoms
  • Muon collider development
  • Lepton flavor violation with muons
  • Muons and dark sector connection
  • Theoretical progress

We hope you will join us in the Twin Cities for this engaging workshop.


This workshop is organized by the William I. Fine Theoretical Physics Institute at the University of Minnesota with support from the Simons Foundation.


  • Professor Maxim Pospelov
  • Professor Zhen Liu
  • Dr. Yohei Ema
  • Dr. Saarik Kalia
  • Dr. Kunfeng Lyu

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Room 3-180
Kenneth H. Keller Hall, 200 Union Street Se, Minneapolis, MN 55455
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