24. November 2022 bis 25. November 2022 ganztags
Fundamental Puzzle Pieces to the Incomplete Picture of the Universe
The meeting is jointly organized by the Stefan Meyer Institute, öffnet eine externe URL in einem neuen Fenster of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Atominstitut of TU Wien, öffnet in einem neuen Fenster, and is supported by the FWF doctoral school Particles and Interactions, öffnet eine externe URL in einem neuen Fenster (P28535-N27).
This year's seminar focuses on open problems and windows to new physics. Our understanding of the universe rests on two pillars: Einstein's theory of relativity, and the standard model of particle physics. During the past decades, numerous observations have been made that challenge this picture and call for the development of a more advanced understanding. In this seminar, we attempt to cover a broad range of such observations and tests seeking further deviations from known physics - from elusive dark energy and dark matter to neutrino oscillations and CKM non-unitarity.