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February 4 - 6, 2019
The purpose of the workshop is to explore the potential of new, extremely sensitive experiments to probe the fundamental laws of Nature. The new experiments will employ ground-breaking technologies to achieve an unprecedented level of precision, and thus be able to discover tiny effects that could hold the answer to important questions: the nature of the Dark Matter, the origin of the near-perfect time symmetry of the laws of physics, the quantum nature of reality, and others.
The same technologies would also allow the experiments to stay relatively small in size, so that they could find a home on a university campus, and be accessible to students and the community. They will also serve as multi-purpose facilities, with possible interdisciplinary impacts, in the life sciences, engineering and astrophysics.
The workshop will be held on February 4-6, 2019, at Arizona State University's Tempe campus https://azpp2019.events.asu.edu/venue. It is open to a diverse pool of experimentalists and theorists active in the area of precision physics.
Attendance is by invitation.
If you would like to attend, you are welcome to contact the organizers https://azpp2019.events.asu.edu/organizing-committee.
For all inquiries please contact : Cecilia.Lunardini@asu.edu