Workshop 10


Dipole Moments In Storage Rings

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Location: Small Seminar Room, Bldg. 510 (Physics)
Date: Wednesday, June 7, 2006    
Organizers: Yannis Semertzidis and Gerco Onderwater
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.    
Summary: The workshop is going to cover the current status on Electric and Magnetic Dipole moments with emphasis on the muon g-2 and the electric dipole moment (EDM) of the deuteron. The next generation muon g-2 experiment aims at the 0.25 parts per million accuracy, which will put very stringent limits on physics beyond the standard model or give a very strong indication of their existence. The deuteron EDM will have a sensitivity of 10^-29 e cm and it will be the best experiment on hadronic CP-violation for either present or planned experiments. In case of a positive signal it may help explain the matter-antimatter asymmetry mystery of our Universe.


08:30-08:45   Welcome/Introduction & Presentation   Yannis Semertzidis

Deuteron Electric dipole Moment (dEDM)    
08:45-09:30   Experimental Overview of electric dipole moments and their plans for upgrades  [pdf]  [ppt]   Gerco Onderwater
09:30-10:15   The resonance deuteron EDM method  [pdf]  [ppt]   Yuri Orlov
10:15-10:30   Coffee Break    
10:30-10:50   An alternative EDM ring design with alpha=1  [pdf]  [ppt]   Francis Farley
10:50-11:10   RF capture method in dEDM ring [pdf]  [ppt]   Mike Blaskiewicz
11:10-11:30   Collective effects [pdf]  [ppt]   Anatoly Sidorin
11:30-11:50   Spin Coherence Time [pdf]  [ppt]   Vadim Ptitsyn
11:50-12:10   Spin and beam dynamics tracking [pdf]  [ppt]   Alfredo Luccio
12:10-12:30   Deuteron Polarimetry at 1.5 GeV/c [pdf]  [ppt]   Ed Stephenson
12:30-02:00   Lunch    
Muon g-2 upgrade    
02:00-02:40   g-2 experiment, past, present, and future  [pdf]  [ppt]   Lee Roberts
02:40-03:30   Motivation to march on with the dipole moment experiments  [pdf]  [ppt]   Bill Marciano
03:30-03:45   Coffee Break    
03:45-04:30   More beam from the AGS  [pdf]  [ppt]   Phil Pile

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