What Happened To The Antimatter in the Universe?

Şeyda İpek

Fermi National Laboratory

 

Özet: There is only 1 antimatter for every 30 billion matter particles in the Universe. This asymmetry cannot be explained within the Standard Model of particle physics. One crucial ingredient to understand this asymmetry is charge-parity (CP) violation. I will explain how CP violation occurs in a quantum system of particles and antiparticles. Then I will show how a similar system, where particles and antiparticles oscillate into each other, could have been responsible for the matter-antimatter asymmetry of our Universe.

Yer : MSGSÜ Bomonti Binası, Fizik Bölümü
Tarih : 13 Ekim 2016 Perşembe, 15:00