Ninth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry (CPT’22), Bloomington, Indiana, USA

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Date:  2022-05-17  -  2022-05-26

Location:  Bloomington, Indiana, USA

The Ninth Meeting on CPT and Lorentz Symmetry will be held as an online event hosted by the Physics Department, Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, U.S.A. from Tuesday May 17 to Thursday May 26, 2022. The meeting will focus on tests of these fundamental symmetries and on related theoretical issues, including scenarios for possible violations. You are cordially invited to attend and participate in this event. Topics to be covered include:

(1) experimental and observational searches for CPT and Lorentz violation involving
– accelerators, colliders, and storage rings
– astrophysical anisotropy, birefringence, and dispersion
– atomic and molecular spectroscopy
– cavities, oscillators, resonators
– Cherenkov radiation
– clock-comparison measurements
– CMB polarimetry
– condensed-matter applications, Weyl semimetals
– cosmic rays
– decays of atoms, nuclei, and particles
– equivalence-principle tests with matter and antimatter
– exotic atoms, muonium, positronium
– gauge bosons and Higgs particles
– gravimetry
– gravitational waves
– high-energy astrophysical observations
– hydrogen and antihydrogen spectroscopy
– lasers, masers
– magnetic and electric dipole moments
– matter-wave interferometry
– meson and baryon properties
– neutral-meson interferometry and decays
– neutrino mixing and propagation, neutrino-antineutrino oscillations
– non-Riemann geometry, torsion, nonmetricity
– QCD and nuclear interactions, parton model
– particle-antiparticle comparisons
– photon and particle scattering
– post-newtonian gravity in the solar system and beyond
– quantum effects in gravitational fields
– second- and third-generation particles
– short-range gravity
– sidereal and annual time variations, compass asymmetries
– single-top and top pair production
– space-based missions
– spin-gravity couplings
– spin precession
– strong and electroweak interactions
– time-of-flight measurements
– trapped particles, ions, and atoms
– ultracold neutrons

(2) theoretical and phenomenological studies of CPT and Lorentz violation involving
– physical effects at the level of the Standard Model, General Relativity, and beyond
– origins and mechanisms for violations
– classical and quantum field theory, gravitation, particle physics, and strings
– mathematical foundations, Finsler geometry

Information about the meeting and online registration, including instructions on requesting a talk, are available on the meeting web site.