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Basingstoke IVC Science Cafe invite you to this free Royal Institution talk titled "Searching for new physics with low-energy techniques"
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In our quest to understand the nature of matter and mass, we draw on many different fields, combining our understanding of the smallest known subatomic particles with our observations of clusters of galaxies at unimaginably large length scales.
Amazingly, our current understanding of physics does an excellent job of creating a unified picture of how it all fits together. Even so, important questions remain, hinting that there are deeper descriptions beyond our standard models of particle physics and cosmology.
Join Danielle Speller for this livestream talk, as she details exciting experiments at the intersection of nuclear, particle, and astrophysics that use low-background, cryogenic detection techniques to look for tiny signals of undiscovered phenomena that would herald new physics.
Danielle Speller is a researcher in experimental nuclear and particle astrophysics. Her work centres on understanding the nature of matter and mass through low-energy, cryogenic searches for physics beyond the standard model.
Danielle is a collaborator on both the Cryogenic Underground Observatory for Rare Events (CUORE) and the Haloscope at Yale Sensitive to Axion Cold dark matter (HAYSTAC), as well as related research and development projects. Her graduate work was with the Super Cryogenic Dark Matter Search experiment (SuperCDMS).
This is a livestream event.
The live stream will go live at 6.55pm, and the introduction will begin at 7.00pm. If you register but miss the live stream, the video will be available to you via the same link for up to a week after the event date.
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