Synergies between astroparticle, particle and nuclear physics
June 14, 2020
One overarching objective of science is to further our understanding of the universe, from its early stages to its current state and future evolution. This depends on gaining insight on the universe’s most macroscopic components, for example galaxies and stars, as well as describing its smallest components, namely elementary particles and nuclei and their interactions. It is clear that this endeavour requires combined expertise from the fields of astroparticle physics, particle physics and nuclear physics.
Pursuing common scientific drivers also require mastering challenges related to instrumentation (e.g. beams and detectors), data acquisition, selection and analysis, and making data and results available to the broader science communities. Joint work and recognition of these “foundational” topics will help all communities grow towards their individual and common scientific goals. The talk corresponding to this contribution has been presented during the special ECFA session of EPS-HEP 2019 focused on the update of the European Strategy of Particle Physics.
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