10-14 June 2019
Europe/Madrid timezone

Probing long-range interactions with atomic precision measurements

10 Jun 2019, 11:40


Elina Fuchs


The precision of atomic spectroscopy serves as a tool for particle physics and Dark Matter searches. New interactions between the nucleus and the electron mediated by a boson from beyond the Standard Model modify the atomic spectrum. I will present the sensitivity of different experimtal setups, such as King plots of isotope shifts, Rydberg states and dynamical decoupling, to long-range Yukawa interactions, oscillating Dark Matter and the relaxion.

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