Matthieu Cargnelli

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Positrons are used to cool antiprotons for the first time. The oppositely charged positrons and antiprotons are first simultaneously accumulated in separate Penning trap volumes, and then are spatially merged in a nested Penning trap. The antiprotons cool until they reach a low relative velocity with respect to the cold positrons, the situation expected to(More)
Many Industrial companies are looking for programming environments to port their existing applications onto the grid. Workflow environments are an appealing solution for them as they match the architectural features of grids (hierarchy, heterogeneity, dynamism). However,current workflow environments require from programmers significant efforts to adapt(More)
The Pauli Exclusion Principle (PEP) is one of the basic principles of modern physics and, even if there are no compelling reasons to doubt its validity, it is still debated today because an intuitive, elementary explanation is still missing, and because of its unique stand among the basic symmetries of physics. The present paper reports a new limit on the(More)
The Pauli Exclusion Principle is a basic principle of Quantum Mechanics, and its validity has never been seriously challenged. However, given its fundamental standing, it is very important to check it as thoroughly as possible. Here we describe the VIP (VIolation of the Pauli exclusion principle) experiment, an improved version of the Ramberg and just(More)
A report contains a review of recent theoretical investigations on kaonic atoms carried out at Stefan Meyer Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. We discuss (1) a phenomenological quantum field theoretic model for ¯ KN interactions at threshold of the reactions K − d, and (2) the energy level displacements of the ground and nP excited states of(More)
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