FPD Seminar

Storage rings and gravitational waves - Giuliano Franchetti & Frank Zimmermann

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Storage rings and gravitational waves

Franchetti G. (1)(2),  Zimmermann F. (3)

(1) GSI Helmholtzzentrum fuer Schwerionenforschung GmbH, (2) Institute of Applied Physics, Goethe Universitaet Frankfurt am Main, (3) CERN

Particle accelerators have paved the way for extraordinary discoveries in physics by colliding energetic particles among them self or with a target. In storage rings, investigations are instead carried out inside the machine by measuring revolution times and other properties of stored particles. Mass spectroscopy and frontier investigations as for g-2 and EDM are significant fields of research.

Recently at a workshop organized by the ARIES-APEC, the possibility of using storage rings for detecting gravitational waves was addressed. This presentation will review the main ideas, controversial discussions, and perspectives emerged from the lively discussions.

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Andrew Bradshaw, Sander Breur
(bradshaw@slac, sanderb@slac)