Dieter was a curious physicist with an exceptional talent for novel detector concepts.
She was working on preparations for an RK measurement until her very last days.
The open symposium of the European Strategy for Particle Physics revealed a vibrant field in flux as it grapples with the next big questions.
Gerber initiated basic research at SIN and later at PSI with his precision experiments on the decay of charged muons – experiments that continue to this day.
A giant of mathematics whose work influenced theoretical high-energy physics.
Muon colliders are both precision and discovery machines, but significant R&D is required before they can be considered candidates for a next collider.
Major savings in the energy consumption and cost of accelerators are there for the taking, with potential impact beyond particle physics.
At the European Strategy for Particle Physics, talks covered key questions in the field, and the accelerator, detector and computing technologies necessary to tackle them.
Despite the theory’s many appealing features, searches for SUSY at the LHC and elsewhere have so far yielded only exclusion limits.
If the new "T" quarks exist, they are expected to decay to a quark and a W, Z or Higgs boson.