General Seminar Miniworkshop Congiunto INFN LNF - INFN Roma: First results from the Muon g-2 Experiment at Fermilab

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Aim of the meeting:

Increasingly precise measurements of the muon anomaly, 𝑎𝜇 = (g – 2)/2 have been pursued since the 1960s, when CERN played a leading role in the determination of 𝑎𝜇 with a series of pioneering experiments. Until now, the most precise measurement of 𝑎𝜇 was carried out by the E821 Experiment at Brookhaven (USA), which resulted in a 3.7σ discrepancy with the Standard Model prediction. This longstanding discrepancy is one of the most intriguing hints of new physics in particle physics. In order to understand this discrepancy a new Muon g-2 experiment started taking data at Fermilab in 2018. This mini-workshop is an afternoon dedicated to the presentation and discussion of the first results from the new Muon g-2 experiment at Fermilab, their theoretical importance, and prospects for the measurement.


Thursday April 15
14:30   Fabio Bossi (LNF INFN)
14:40   Graziano Venanzoni  (INFN Pisa) 
"First results from the Muon g-2 Experiment at Fermilab"
15:40   Antonio Masiero (INFN Padova) 
"Theoretical implications of the measurements of g-2 "


16:10  General discussion


16:30 Conclusion



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      Speaker: Fabio Bossi (LNF)
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      First results from the Muon g-2 Experiment at Fermilab
      Speaker: Graziano Venanzoni (PI)
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      Theoretical implications of the measurements of g-2
      Speaker: Antonio Masiero (PD)
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      General Discussion
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