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Conference International Conference on Exotic Atoms and Related Topics (2011 : Vienna, Austria)
Title EXA 2011 : proceedings of the International Conference on Exotic Atoms and Related Topics (EXA 2011) held in Vienna, Austria, 5-9 September, 2011 / O.N. Hartmann [and others], editors.
Imprint Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, 2012.

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Conference International Conference on Exotic Atoms and Related Topics (2011 : Vienna, Austria)
Subject Exotic atoms -- Congresses.
Nuclear physics -- Congresses.
Alt Name Hartmann, O. N. (Olaf N.)
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Contents Foreword / O. Hartmann, P. Buhler, J. Marton, K. Suzuki and E. Widmann, et al. -- 20 years of antiprotonic helium / Overview and history / Ryugo S. Hayano -- Collisional processes in exotic atoms / Grigory Ya. Korenman -- Collisional transitions between HFS states of antiprotonic ³He in the presence of microwave radiation / Sergey N. Yudin and Grigory Ya. Korenman -- Density shift and broadening of dipole transitions in antiprotonic helium / Dimitar Bakalov -- CPT-symmetry studies with antihydrogen / Ralf Lehnert -- Synthesis of antihydrogen atoms in a CUSP trap / Naofumi Kuroda, Yoshinori Enomoto, Koji Michishio, Chanhyoun Kim and Hiroyuki Higaki, et al. -- The AEGIS experiment at CERN: Measuring the free fall of antihydrogen / The AEGIS Collaboration, A. Kellerbauer, Y. Allkofer, C. Amsler and A.S. Belov, et al. -- Measurement of Pionic ¹²¹Sn atoms at the RI beam factory / Kenta Itahashi, Georg P.A. Berg, Hiroyuki Fujioka, Hans Geissel and Ryugo S. Hayano, et al. -- Pionic hydrogen and deuterium / Detlev Gotta, F.D. Amaro, D.F. Anagnostopoulos, P. Buhler and H. Gorke, et al. -- Influence of epithermal muonic molecule formation on kinetics of the [mu]CF processes in deuterium / Andrzej Adamczak and Mark P. Faifman -- Induced absorption and annihilation in hadronic hydrogen atoms / Vladimir N. Pomerantsev and Vladimir P. Popov -- Kinetic energy distributions of muonic and pionic hydrogen atoms / Vladimir P. Popov and Vladimir N. Pomerantsev.
Atoms in flight and the remarkable connections between atomic and hadronic physics / Stanley J. Brodsky -- The PANDA physics programme / Simonetta Marcello and on behalf of the PANDA Collaboration -- Hypernuclear physics at P ANDA : Experimental challenges / Patrick Achenbach, Sebastian Bleser, Josef Pochodzalla, Alicia Sanchez Lorente and Marcel Steinen -- Studying hadrons in matter with PANDA / P. Buhler and on behalf of the PANDA collaboration -- Determination of the D*so(2317) width with the PANDA detector / Marius Christian Mertens and for the PANDA collaboration -- Pion production on exotic nuclei by antiproton annihilation / Stefanie Lourenco, Horst Lenske and Slawomir Wycech -- Results from the kaonic hydrogen X-ray measurement at DAFNE and outlook to future experiments / Michael Cargnelli, M. Bazzi, G. Beer, C. Berucci and L. Bombelli, et al. -- Future directions in kaonic atom physics / Eli Friedman -- Kaonic atoms and [Lambda](1405) / Slawomir Wycech -- Kaonic ³He and ⁴He X-ray measurements in SIDDHARTA / Tomoichi Ishiwatari, M. Bazzi, G. Beer, C. Berucci and L. Bombelli, et al. -- Calculation of cascade processes rates and simulation of the transitions in Kaonic ⁴He atom / Seyed Zafarollah Kalantari, Shahin Sanaye Hajari and Mohsen Dayyani Kelisani -- g-2 of the Muon : After 10 years still a puzzle for the now consistent theory -- The Brookhaven experiment moves to Fermilab / Klaus P. Jungmann.
Quantum vacuum magnetic birefringence / Paul Berceau, Remy Battesti, Mathilde Fouche, Paul Frings and Marc Nardone, et al. -- Neutron bound beta-decay: BOB / Josephine McAndrew, Stephan Paul, Ralf Emmerich, Ralf Engels and Peter Fierlinger, et al. -- Muon decay in orbit spectra for [mu] -- e conversion experiments / Andrzej Czarnecki, Xavier Garcia i Tormo and William Joseph Marciano -- Static Stark effect in the molecular ion HD+ / Dimitar Bakalov and Stephan Schiller -- Lorentz invariance on trial in the weak decay of polarized atoms / Stefan E. Muller -- Strangeness physics at JLab / Satoshi N. Nakamura -- Determination of the [Sigma](1385)⁰/[Lambda](1405) ratio in p+p collisions at 3.5 GeV / G. Agakishiev, A. Balanda, D. Belver, A.V. Belyaev and A. Blanco, et al. -- Recent results on K- multinucleon absorption by FINUDA / Alessandra Filippi and Stefano Piano -- Momentum dependence of hadronic production of the [Phi]-meson and its width in nuclear matter / Michael Hartmann, Burkhard Kampfer, Yury T. Kiselev, Vacas K. Magas and Eduard Ya. Paryev, et al. -- Strangeness production in AA collisions at SIS18 / Norbert Herrmann, Yvonne Leifels and for the FOPI collaboration -- Population of the X(2265) resonance in the p+p->X+K+ reaction at Tp=2.5 GeV / Ken Suzuki, Paul Kienle, Marco Maggiora and Toshimitsu Yamazaki -- Consistency of [Lambda][Lambda] hypernuclear events / A. Gal and D.J. Millener -- A double-kaonic nuclear system, K-K-pp, to be formed in pp collisions / Maryam Hassanvand, Yoshinori Akaishi and Toshimitsu Yamazaki.
Energy dependence of K -- -"pp" effective potential derived from coupled-channel Green's function / Takahisa Koike and Toru Harada -- K-K- nuclear quasi-bound states in a chirally motivated coupled-channel approach / Jiri Mares -- Recent results on the K-stop + A [equal or more than] [Sigma][plus-minus] + [pi] p[minus-plus] + A' reaction with FINUDA / Stefano Piano and on behalf of the FINUDA collaboration -- Neutron spectra from the low-energy K- +d [function arrow] [pi] + [Sigma] + n reaction and the shape of the resonance / Janos Revai -- Studies of the interaction at DA[Phi]NE / O. Vazquez Doce, M. Bazzi, C. Berucci, L. Bombelli and A.M. Bragadireanu, et al. -- Neutral kaon production in p++ p and p++ Nb collisions / Jia-Chii Berger-Chen, Laura Fabbietti, Kirill Lapidus and for the HADES collaboration -- Investigating in-medium lambda production in pion induced reactions / Ivana Carevic, Olaf Hartmann and Mile Dzelalija -- Energy dependence of K N interaction in nuclear medium / Ales Cieply -- Kaon production at finite temperature and baryon density in an effective relativistic mean field model / Felice Iazzi, Andrea Lavagno and Daniele Pigato -- Hadron physics at J-PARC / Tomofumi Nagae -- Search for electric dipole moments at storage rings / C.J.G. Onderwater.
The P ANDA detector at FAIR / Thomas Wurschig and on behalf of the P ANDA collaboration -- Startup of the high-intensity ultracold neutron source at the Paul Scherrer Institute / Bernhard Lauss and on behalf of the PSI UCN Project Team -- CP violation studies at Belle / Christoph Schwanda -- Physics topics at KLOE-2 / Michal Silarski and on behalf of the KLOE-2 Collaboration -- Trapped radioactive isotopes for fundamental symmetry investigations / The TRI[mu]P Facility / Lorenz Willmann, Klaus Jungmann, Cornelis J.G. Onderwater, Rob G.E. Timmermans and Hans W. Wilschut -- Performance of a GEM-TPC prototype / Martin Emanuel Berger, Laura Fabbietti and for the GEM-TPC collaboration -- SiPM-based veto detector for the pion beam at FOPI / Gamal Ahmed, Paul Buhler, Olaf Hartmann, Johann Marton and Ken Suzuki, et al. -- Energy calibration of a GEM-TPC prototype with ⁸³mKr / Roman Schmitz and for the GEM-TPC Collaboration and the CBELSA/TAPS Collaboration -- Creativity-innovation -- the seed for frontier science / Johann Marton, Eberhard Widmann and Johann Zmeskal -- Fundamental problems in physics -- dedication to my friend Paul Kienle / Walter Greiner -- Toward cold and dense antikaonic nuclear clusters / Talk at symposium "Creativity-Innovation--the seed for frontier science" on the occasion of the 80th birthday of Professor Paul Kienle / Toshimitsu Yamazaki.
Note International conference proceedings.
"Previously published in Hyperfine Interactions, Volumes 209 to 211, 2012."
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Annotation Proceedings of the International Conference on Exotic Atoms and Related Topics (EXA 2011) held in Vienna, Austria, September 5-9, 2011 E. Widmann and O. Hartmann (Eds) Now the research in exotic atoms has a remarkable history of more than 50 years. Enormous success in the understanding of fundamental interactions and symmetries resulted from the research on these tiny objects at the femtoscale. This volume contains research papers on recent achievements and future opportunities of this highly interdisciplinary field of atomic, nuclear, and particle physics. The Proceedings are structured according to the conference session topics: Kaon-Nucleus and Kaon-Nucleon Interactions, Antihydrogen and Fundamental Symmetries, Hadronphysics with Antiprotons, Future Facilities and Instrumentation, Low energy QCD. Reprint from Hyperfine Interactions vol. 209, 210 and 211.
ISBN 9789400748903 (electronic bk.)
9400748906 (electronic bk.)
9789400748897
9400748892
9789400748897
OCLC # 808814483


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