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The Institute of Experimental Particle Physics (ETP) of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) investigates the fundamental puzzles of nature. Research focuses on international projects in elementary particle physics and astroparticle physics. Together with further institutes, we form the center of excellence KCETA.

Latest publications

Konturen der Wilson-Koeffizienten, die aus der Neuinterpretation der simulierten B+ → K+ nu anti-nu-Zerfälle unter Annahme des aktuellen Belle II (362 fb-1) und eines zukünftigen Belle II (50 ab-1) Datensatzes gewonnen wurden. arxiv
New re-interpretation method for High Energy Physics

February 13, 2024

With a new method, scientists involving ETP have demonstrated a way to reinterpret standard model measurements in alternative models.

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Vergleich der neuen mit vorherigen MessungenarXiv
Measurement of a rare B meson decay into a K meson and two neutrinos

November, 2023

For the first time, a charged B meson has been detected with the Belle II experiment that decays into a kaon, a neutrino and an antineutrino.

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Gemessene K-alpha und K-beta Linienarxiv
World leading energy resolution for future dark matter searches

October 12, 2023

A team of scientists from KIT and University Heidelberg have developed a new type of detector, a variant of magnetic microcalorimeters (MMCs).

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