Towards high precision muon g-2/EDM measurement at J-PARC

J-PARC, Tokai, Japan

November 28-29, 2016


 The J-PARC E34 experiment is under active development and construction of its experimental equipments for a precise measurement of muon g-2/EDM. The experiment introduces a set of innovative ideas to reach the required precision to test the Standard Model and will provide a complementary measurement to the conventional storage ring experiments. Theoretical calculations to achieve the matched precision for the Standard Model prediction have been developing rapidly,including those of QED, phenomenological estimates of quark-loop contributions,and lattice QCD calculations.

 The workshop aims at summarizing the most updated results from both theoretical and experimental sides, and setting the targets for the next years.


Please refer to the final announcements.

[IMPORTANT] Because of the security policy of the J-PARC site, you must follow the instruction given in the attached note to enter the site. For any questions, do not hesitate to ask the organizers. We look forward to meeting you soon.


Johan Bijnens (Lund)

Thomas Blum (Connecticut)

Gilberto Colangelo (Bern)

Achim Denig (Mainz)

Maarten Golterman (SFSU)

Masashi Hayakawa (Nagoya)

Christoph Lehner (BNL)

Yi-Wei Liu (National Tsing Hua University)

Makiko Nio (RIKEN)

Daisuke Nomura (Takamatsu)

Andreas Nyffeler (Mainz)

Antonin Portelli (Edinburgh)

Koichiro Shimomura (KEK)

Dominik Stockinger (Dresden)

(in alphabetic order)


Shoji Hashimoto (IPNS/KEK)

Taku Izubuchi (RBRC)

Tsutomu Mibe (IPNS/KEK)


 This workshop is cosponsored by KEK and JICFuS.