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Welcome to the Group for Precision Physics at Low Energy

We perform precision particle physics experiments at low energies, studying fundamental symmetries and interactions with neutrons and muons. Our group is involved in several experiments such as muonic hydrogen and helium, muon cooling, muonium production and neutron electron dipole moment.

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Latest News and Events

  • Florian Piegsa from our group has been awarded with a prestigious ERC Starting Grant which will allow him to start his own research group at the University of Berne. Over the next five years, his project to search for a neutron electric dipole moment using a pulsed neutron beam will receive funding from the European Research Council.
  • Andreas Eggenberger successfully defended his PhD thesis "Development of a novel low-energy, high-brightness µ+ beam line" on 2nd of September 2016. As soon as the thesis is available on the ETH E-collection, its link will be made public here.
  • The CREMA collaboration released its latests results from laser spectroscopy of muonic deuterium. Not only the proton but also the deuteron is smaller than previously thought. See also CREMA's press release.
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