abstract for Friday's talk Re: ALERT: online student seminars continue this week Wed and Fri

John Behr behr at triumf.ca
Tue Jul 21 19:27:12 PDT 2020


Abstract for Friday's talk:
Discrete Symmetries in Beta Decay: Time Reversal and Parity

Discrete symmetries in quantum mechanics are rather different from 
classical continuous symmetries. This talk will sketch how beta decays can test 
parity and time-reversal symmetry, including some experimental examples at 
TRIUMF, some of them using TRIUMF's neutral atom trap for beta decay.
(About 1/3 of the talk is common with last term's on parity symmetry in
beta decay.)

thanks,
John Behr, TRIUMF Research Scientist


On Mon, 20 Jul 2020, Marcello Pavan wrote:

> 
> Hi all
> The online Student Seminars continue this week with  seminars  on  Wednesday
> and Friday at 10:00a.m 
> 
> Wed. July 22,   “The TITAN Penning Trap for Mass Measurements”,  Chris Izzo
> 
> https://bluejeans.com/391010965?src=calendarLink 
>    
> Fri. July 24,     “Discrete symmetries in beta decay: Time Reversal
> and Parity”,    John Behr
> 
>  https://bluejeans.com/333857843
> 
> 
> The presentations are targeted to undergraduate students, but all are
> welcome. 
> 
> 
> Marcello Pavan, Ph.D.
> Head, TRIUMF Academics and Users Office
> 4004 Wesbrook Mall
> Vancouver, B.C.  V6T2A3
> 
> Tel:  604.222.7525
> Email:  marcello at triumf.ca
> Web: www.triumf.ca
> 
> 
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