Feb 14 – 19, 2021
Les Houches School of Physics
Europe/Paris timezone

This will be the 4th installment in a series of technical workshops, aiming to foster cooperation in confronting the challenges of the worldwide search for an EDM of the free neutron. Contributed presentations will survey progress in the various worldwide efforts, and address key technical challenges and new concepts in depth.

A mini-school with the following invited lectures will introduce key concepts (theory and experimental techniques) at a level appropriate for those just entering the field:

Laura Covi: Cosmological Motivations to Search for the nEDM
Adam Falkowski: Effective Theories Beyond the Standard Model; and CP Violation in Effective Field Theory
Dieter Ries: Fundamentals of Neutron EDM Experiments

The workshop will take place fully online; please register to obtain access to the sessions.

The schedule of contributed presentations is shifted towards afternoon/evening CET, to facilitate remote participation from North America. The mini-school lectures will take place in the morning, and be posted for later viewing on the nEDM2021 YouTube channel.



Experimental techniques
Sources of ultracold neutrons
Transport, storage, and handling of ultracold neutrons                                                             
Magnetic field sensing
Magnetic field control
High voltage, and electric field control
Simulation tools
Systematic effects
Theoretical background
Other related EDM searches

Local Organizing Committee
S. Degenkolb, G. Pignol, and S. Roccia

International Advisory Committee
B. Filippone, T. Lefort, C.-Y. Liu, and R. Picker

Les Houches School of Physics

Organizers and partners




Registration for this event is currently open.