10-12 April 2019
Denver, CO
US/Mountain timezone
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Contribution contributed talk

Denver, CO - Director's Row J

X-ray spectroscopy of hadronic exotic atoms and application in foundations of quantum physics

Speakers

  • Dr. Johann MARTON

Primary authors

Content

In hadron physics arrays of silicon drift detectors (SDDs) were extremely successful used for spectroscopy of kaonic atoms. Presently new experiments on X-ray spectroscopy at DAFNE/LNF-INFN in Italy and J-PARC in Japan for the first strong interaction studies of kaonic deuterium are in preparation. The development of SDD X-ray detectors is also crucial for experiments in foundation of quantum physics. The experiment VIP (1,2) at the underground laboratory Gran Sasso is using these solid-state detectors. The talk will provide an overview of application of SDDs in hadron physics at DAFNE and J-PARC involving kaonic atoms and will discuss the application in the underground experiment VIP.

(1) https://www.lngs.infn.it/en/vip (2) supported by Austrian Science Fund, project P-30635