Michael Cargnelli

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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)
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)
The world of hadron and nuclei can be expanded by adding strangeness quantum number (S). Discovery of a new type or new state of nuclei has often provided us new physics. The strangeness nuclear physics is a frontier of nuclear physics with a good chance of such discovery. High intensity and high quality kaon and pion beams at 50-GeV proton synchrotron (PS)(More)
Peter Beller , Fritz Bosch , Michael Cargnelli , Laura Fabbietti , Thomas Faestermann , Bernhard Frankze , Hermann Fuhrmann , Ryugo S. Hayano , Albert Hirtl , Josef Homolka , Paul Kienle , Christophor Kozhuharov , Reiner Krücken , Horst Lenske , Yuri Litvinov , Johann Marton , Fritz Nolden , Peter Ring , Yuri Shatunov , Alexander N. Skrinsky , Ken Suzuki ,(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 K̄N interactions at threshold of the reactions Kp → Kp, Kn → Kn and Kd → Kd, and (2) the energy level displacements of the ground and nP(More)
DEAR is one of the first experiments at the new DA<£NE ^-factory at the Laboratori Nazionali di Prascati dell'INFN. The objective of the DEAR experiment is to perform a precision measurement of the strong interaction shifts and widths of the K-series lines in kaonic hydrogen and the first observation of the same quantities in kaonic deuterium. The aim is to(More)