Joined: 15 Nov 14
Perhaps the most important lesson is the continued cross-fertilisation and impetus to the physics delivered both at CERN and at Fermilab by recent results. The g–2 experiment, an international collaboration between dozens of labs and universities in seven countries, has benefited from students who cut their teeth on LHC experiments. Likewise, students who have worked at the precision frontier at Fermilab are now armed with the expertise of making blinded ppm measurements and are keen to see how they can make new measurements at CERN, for example at the proposed MUonE experiment, or at other muon experiments due to come online this decade.https://cerncourier.com/a/muon-g-2-the-promise-of-a-generation/
Does anyone know what the "MUonE experiment" is, or what detector it uses?
Will there be anything for us to crunch?
Does Theory have anything to contribute to it?