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Activities at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
4a (DESY Hamburg)
The Institute for Basic Science of the Republic of Korea has recently
established the Center for Axion and Precision Physics Research (CAPP) in
the campus of Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology in Daejeon.
The mission of CAPP is to launch a state of the art axion dark matter
experiment in Korea, play a leading role in the proton electric dipole
moment experiment, and participate in leading axion, Dark Matter, EDM, muon
g-2 etc., experiments around the world, driven by the interests of
individual scientists of CAPP.
Axions are a leading dark matter candidate with a unique feature: a
sensitive experiment can either discover them or exclude their role as dark
matter for a specific axion mass range. The progress made as part of the
ADMX and other efforts is quite close to achieving this milestone for an
axion mass range of 1 to 100 micro-eV. CAPP in Korea plans to build on this
experience and help make the final effort to achieve/surpass the required
Meeting Access Information:
- Meeting URL
SeeVogh R.N. http://research.seevogh.com/join?meeting=MeMMMu2I29DaDI9a9iDv9e
EVO International http://evo.caltech.edu/evoNext/koala.jnlp?meeting=MeMMMu2I29DaDI9a9iDv9e
- Phone Bridge
ID: 681 9327