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1 TRI  P Presentation to KVI Beleidscollege 9 May 2002 K. Jungmann

2 TRI     project  program 2001   2013 Theory Nuclear Physics Experiment Nuclear Physics Atomic Physics people : people : G. Berg, O. Dermois, M. Harakeh, R. Hoekstra, S. Hoekstra, K. Jungmann, S. Kopecky, R. Morgenstern, R. Rogachevsky, R. Timmermans, H. Warringa, L. Willmann, H. Wilschut + many morefunding:

3 Fundamental Interactions TRI  P Strong Gravitation?Magnetism Electricity Maxwell Glashow, Salam, t'Hooft, Veltman,Weinberg Weak Electro- Electro-Magnetism Electro-Weak Electro-Weak Standard Model Standard Model Grant GrantUnification not yet known?

4 TRI  P © CERN The Basic Particles in the Standard Model

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6 TRI  P © CERN The Basic Particles and Interactions in the Standard Model © CERN

7 TRI  P Some Questions Left Open by Standard Model • Masses of Fundamental Fermions (leptons, quarks) • Origin of Parity Violation in Weak Interactions (nature prefers lefthandedness) • Dominance of Matter over Antimatter in Universe CP - Violation, Time Reversal Symmetry udscbt e e   

8 TRI  P Possibilities to Test New Models  High Energies & direct observations Low Energies & Precision Measurements

9 TRI  P Atomic Physics Nuclear Physics Particle Physics

10 TRI  P TRI  P Facility Principal Layout

11 Key Experiments TRI  P  TRI  P will be a user facility  open to outside users • KVI will concentrate first on  electroweak tests  electroweak tests *  - decay (Na, K) *  - decay (Na, K) * electric dipole moments (Ra) * electric dipole moments (Ra) * parity violation (Fr, Ra + ) * parity violation (Fr, Ra + )  applications  applications * ALCATRAZ (rare Ca isotope detection) * ALCATRAZ (rare Ca isotope detection) • Networks will jointly address  technology and science issues  technology and science issues * NIPNET, BETANET, ION Catcher * NIPNET, BETANET, ION Catcher

12 TRI  P Nuclear physics Atomic physics Fundamental Interactions  -decay Atomic moments Electric dipole Nuclear moments Nuclear structure  - and  -decay Atomic structure chemistry condensates very rare isotope detection Physics Possibilities with Atomic Traps Covered by TRI  P

13 TRI  P Isotope abundance / lifetime 390,86 sec 40 96,94 % jaar <0, % 420,65 % 430,14 % 44 2,09 % dagen 460,004 % 474,54 dagen MOT system for Ca-isotopes R.Hoekstra.,H.Wilschut, R.Morgenstern, S.Hoekstra J.Mulder TRI  P medical applications dating

14 TRI  P Magneto-Optical Trap (MOT) Laser beam atoms coldatoms ~1 million Na atoms Temperature < 1 mK

15 TRI  P Zeeman Slower laser AOM EOM

16 TRI  P We are looking forward to a variety of experiments • Fundamental Interactions • Direct Applications • Interaction with other Groups on International Scene • Provide Facility for Outside Users


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