Physics & Astronomy Colloquium
3:30 PM, Friday, Feb 13, 2015
Room 155, Chem-Phys Building
Dr. Brad Plaster
University of Kentucky
A broad spectrum of fundamental physics tests are possible in
experiments utilizing low energy neutrons, with physics
implications ranging from tests of the Standard Model to
Big Bang Nucleosynthesis to dark matter and dark energy.
Advances in techniques for neutron production and transport,
coupled with precision measurement techniques, have culminated
in a now burgeoning era of fundamental physics experiments
with neutrons. This talk will highlight our group's
contributions to this worldwide endeavor.
The Neutron as a Laboratory for Fundamental Physics
Refreshments will be served in CP 179 at 3:15 PM