Artur Apresyan(California Institute of Technology (US)), Jamie Antonelli(The Ohio State University (US))
Over the last few years Fermilab has developed and built a Muon Campus that repurposes the Tevatron anti-proton source to instead deliver the most intense muon beams in the world. The Muon Campus will host two world-class experiments, the Muon g-2 and the Mu2e experiments, that will probe for physics beyond the standard model at effective mass scales well above a TeV. The status and prospects of the Muon Campus, Muon g-2, and Mu2e will be presented.
Searching for new physics using muons - the Fermilab Muon g-2 and Mu2e experiments1h
Douglas Glenzinski(Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FNAL))