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Precision measurements with slow neutrons: April 5-7, 2004.

Program
Sunday, April 4, 2004 -- Washingtonian Hotel
 7:00 pm Reception

Monday, April 5, 2004 -- NIST, Green Auditorium
 9:00 am Opening Remarks -- Dr. Lisa Karam, Acting Chief, Ionizing
 Radiation Division
 Welcome -- Dr. Richard Kayser, NIST Acting Deputy
 Director

Electric Dipole Moment -- Chair: Jeff Nico, National Institute of
Standards and Technology
 9:20-9:40 Neutron EDM measurements with UCN at the ILL: present and
 future
 P. Geltenbort, Institut Laue-Langevin, Grenoble, France
 9:40-10:00 Search for a neutron EDM using ultracold neutrons
 R. Golub, Hahn-Meitner-Institut, Berlin
 10:00-10:20 Multi-chamber EDM spectrometer
 A. Serebrov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute-
 RAS/Paul Scherrer Institut
 10:20-10:35 What can be learned from neutron to anti-neutron
 transition search
 Y. Kamyshkov, University of Tennessee

Optics I -- Chair: Sam Werner, University of Missouri
 11:15-11:35 Coherence, quantum state engineering and phase space
 density enhancements
 H. Rauch, Atominstitut der Osterreichischen Universitaten
 11:35-11:55 High-precision measurements of the n-p, n-d, and n-
 [.sup.3]He bound coherent scattering lengths
 T. C. Black, University of North Carolina at Wilmington
 11:55-12:15 Measurement of the coherent neutron scattering length of
 [.sup.3]He
 W. Ketter, Universitat Mainz
 12:15-12:30 Observation on the visibility decrease in a VCN spin
 resonator interferometry
 M. Utsuro, Osaka University
 12:30-12:45 Spatial non-cyclic geometric phase in neutron
 interferometry
 S. Filipp, Atominstitut der Osterreichischen
 Universitaten

Neutron Beta Decay I -- Chair: Geoffrey Greene, University of Tennessee
 1:45-2:00 Radiative Corrections for Neutron Decay and Search for
 New Physics
 V. Gudkov, University of South Carolina
 2:00-2:15 Standard Model Treatment of the Radiative Corrections to
 the Neutron [beta]-decay
 G. Bunatian, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna
 2:15-2:35 Measurement of the Neutron Lifetime Using a Proton Trap
 F. E. Wietfeldt, Tulane University
 2:35-2:50 A Cryogenic Radiometer for Absolute Neutron Rate
 Measurement
 Z. Chowdhuri, National Institute of Standards and
 Technology/University of Maryland
 2:50-3:10 Neutron lifetime experiment with gravitational trap and
 with lower temperature fomblin (LTF) coating
 V. Varlamov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute -- RAS
 3:10-3:30 Measuring the neutron lifetime with magnetically trapped
 neutrons
 S. N. Dzhosyuk, Harvard University

Neutron Facilities -- Chair: Paul Huffman, North Carolina State
University
 4:00-4:15 The Cold, Very Cold, and Ultracold Neutron Facilities PF1
 (Physique Fondamentale 1) and PF2 at the Institut
 Laue-Langevin (ILL) in Grenoble, France
 P. Geltenbort, Institut Laue-Langevin Grenoble, France
 4:15-4:30 The fundamental neutron physics facilities at NIST
 J. S. Nico, National Institute of Standards and
 Technology
 4:30-4:45 A Pulsed Cold Neutron Beamline Flight Path 12 at LANSCE
 for Fundamental Nuclear Physics
 P.-N. Seo, Los Alamos National Laboratory
 4:45-5:00 The Fundamental Neutron Physics Beamline at the
 Spallation Neutron Source
 G. L. Greene, University of Tennessee
 5:00-5:15 LENS: A New Pulsed Neutron Source for Research and
 Education
 M. Leuschner, Indiana University Cyclotron Facility
 5:15-5:30 Performance of a New Ultracold Neutron Source at Los
 Alamos National Lab
 A. Saunders, Los Alamos National Laboratory
 5:30-5:45 An Ultracold Neutron Source at PSI
 M. Daum, Paul Scherrer Institut
 5:45-6:00 The Mini-[D.sub.2] source for ultracold neutrons at the
 new research reactor FRM-II
 E. Gutsmiedl, Technische Universitat Munchen
 6:00-6:15 The UCN source at the North Carolina State University
 PULSTAR reactor
 B. Wehring, North Carolina State University

Tuesday, April 6, 2004 -- NIST, Green Auditorium

Neutron Beta Decay II -- Chair: John Doyle, Harvard University
 8:30-8:50 [V.sub.us], [V.sub.ud], and CKM unitarity
 V. Cirigliano, California Institute of Technology
 8:50-9:10 Neutron decay parameters and Instrument PERKEO
 H. Abele, University of Heidelberg Physics Institute
 9:10-9:30 Progress toward a Precision Measurement of the Neutron
 [beta]-Decay Asymmetry using Ultracold Neutrons at
 LANSCE
 T. Ito, California Institute of Technology
 9:30-9:45 Project of neutron beta-decay A-asymmetry measurement
 with accuracy on the level [10.sup.-3]
 A. Serebrov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute -- RAS
 9:45-10:00 Measurement of Neutron Decay Parameters -- The abBA
 Experiment
 J. D. Bowman, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Time Reversal Violation -- Chair: Chris Gould, North Carolina State
University
 10:45-11:05 The T-odd R- and D- Correlations in Beta Decay
 P. Herczeg, Los Alamos National Laboratory
 11:05-11:25 A new measurement of the D coeffcient with TRINE
 C. Plonka, Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany
 11:25-11:45 Time Reversal Violation in Neutron Beta Decay: The emiT
 Experiment
 J. F. Wilkerson, University of Washington
 11:45-12:05 Search for Time Reversal Violation Effects: R-Correlation
 Measurement in Neutron Decay
 K. Bodek, JU-Krakow, Poland
 12:05-12:25 Two coils resonant Ramsey's method for the measurement of
 time reversal invariance violation in neutron
 transmission
 A. Aldushchenkov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute --
 RAS
 12:25-12:45 On the Way to Experimental Test of the Time Reversal
 Invariance in the Nuclear Reactions
 T. Ino, High Energy Accelerator Research Organization

Poster Session I

Miscellaneous Topics -- Chair: Mike Snow, Indiana University
 2:45-3:05 Constraints on new interactions from neutron scattering
 experiments
 Y. Pokotilovski, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research,
 Dubna
 3:05-3:25 Direct nn-scattering Measurement with the Pulsed Reactor
 YAGUAR
 G. E. Mitchell, North Carolina State University and
 Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory
 3:25-3:45 The Neutron Electric Polarizability from Neutron Total
 Cross Section of [.sup.208]Pb Measurement
 A. B. Laptev, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute -- RAS
 3:45-4:00 Investigation of solid [D.sub.2] for UCN sources
 K. Kirch, Paul Scherrer Institut

Neutron Polarimetry/[.sup.3]He -- Chair: Gordon Jones, Hamilton College
 4:30-4:50 Precision Neutron Polarimetry and Spin Flipping
 T. E. Chupp, University of Michigan
 4:50-5:05 A Ramsey's Method with Pulsed Neutrons
 Y. Masuda, High Energy Accelerator Research Organization
 5:05-5:25 A perfectly polarised neutron beam
 T. Soldner, Institut Laue Langevin
 5:25-5:40 [.sup.3]He spin filter for neutrons
 M. Batz, University of Mainz
 5:40-5:55 [.sup.3]He spin filters for slow neutron physics
 T. R. Gentile, National Institute of Standards and
 Technology

 7:30 pm-Banquet -- Potowmack Landing Restaurant, Alexandria, VA --
 Norman Ramsey, Personal Anecdotes About Great
 Physicists

Wednesday, April 7, 2004 -- NIST, Green Auditorium

Nucleon-Nucleon Interactions -- Chair: David Bowman, Los Alamos National
Laboratory
 8:30-8:50 Parity Violation in the NN Interaction Using Low Energy
 Neutrons
 W. M. Snow, Indiana University/Indiana University
 Cyclotron Facility
 8:50-9:05 Measurement of Parity Violation in n-p Capture
 S. A. Page, University of Manitoba
 9:05-9:20 Parity-violating neutron spin rotation in a super-fluid
 helium target
 C. D. Bass, Indiana University
 9:20-9:35 Parity-violating neutron spin rotation in a liquid
 parahydrogen target
 D. M. Markoff, North Carolina State University

Poster Session II

Neutron Beta Decay III -- Chair: Peter Geltenbort, Institut Laue-
Langevin
 11:15-11:35 Charged Current Universality and the MSSM
 A. Kurylov, California Institute of Technology
 11:35-11:55 Determination of the Electron-antineutrino Angular
 Correlation Coefficient [a.sub.0] in Unpolarized
 Neutron Decay
 J. Byrne, University of Sussex
 11:55-12:15 The Neutron Decay Spectrometer aSPECT and the Unitarity
 of the CKM Matrix
 S. Baessler, Universitat Mainz
 12:15-12:30 Proposed Measurement of the Beta-Neutrino Asymmetry in
 Neutron Decay
 G. L. Jones, Hamilton College
 12:30-12:45 On the Measurement the Neutron Lifetime Using Ultra-Cold
 Neutrons in a Vacuum Quadrupole Trap
 J. D. Bowman, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Neutron Optics II -- Chair: David Jacobson, National Institute of
Standards and Technology
 2:00-2:15 Experimental test of Laue diffraction method of a search
 for neutron EDM
 V. V. Voronin, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute --
 RAS
 2:15-2:35 Gravitational Bound Quantum States and Limits on Large
 Extra Dimensions
 H. Abele, University of Heidelberg Physics Institute
 2:35-2:55 New results on neutron quantum states in the Eart's
 gravitational field
 V. Nesvizhevsky, Institute Laue-Langevin
 2:55-3:10 Quantum Contextuality in Single-Neutron Interferometer
 Experiments: violation of a Bell-like inequality
 Y. Hasegawa, Atominstitut der Osterreichischen
 Universitaten

Neutron Beta Decay IV -- Chair: Scott Dewey, National Institute of
Standards and Technology
 4:00-4:20 First ever storage of ultracold neutrons in a magnetic
 trap made of permanent magnets
 V. Ezhov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute-Gatchina
 4:20-4:40 A Neutron Lifetime Experiment Based on an
 "Accordion-Like" Ultracold-Neutron Storage Volume
 Coated with "Low Temperature Fomblin"
 B. Yerozolimsky, Harvard University
 4:40-5:00 Neutron radiative [beta] Decay in effective field theory
 S. V. Gardner, University of Kentucky
 5:00-5:15 Search for Radiative [beta]-decay of the Free Neutron
 J. Byrne, University of Sussex
 5:15-5:30 The NIST Neutron Radiative Beta-Decay Experiment
 B. M. Fisher, Tulane University
 5:30 pm Conference Summary
 Dirk Dubbers, Universitat Heidelberg


Poster Session

* Studies of Polarized [.sup.3]He at Cryogenic Temperatures

Q. Ye, Duke University

* Magnetometry and neutron EDM false effects

W. Heil, Universitat Mainz

* Magnetic field stabilization for neutron EDM experiments by external field coils

R. Henneck, Paul Scherrer Institut

* Detector Development for the abBA Experiment

P.-N. Seo, Los Alamos National Laboratory

* Electromagnetic design of the aSPECT neutron decay retardation spectrometer

F. Gluck, Universitat Mainz

* A Backscatter-Suppressed Electron Detector for the Measurement of "a"

A. Komives, DePauw University

* Electron Detectors for the UCNA experiment at LANSCE

J. Yuan, W. K. Kellogg Radiation Laboratory, Caltech

* The UCNA-Si Upgrade

J. W. Martin, California Institute of Technology

* Novel Proton Detectors for Angular Correlations of UCN Decay

S. Hoedl, University of Washington

* Thin Foil UCN Monitors and Absorbers for the UCNA Project

S. Hoedl, CENPA, University of Washington

* GEANT4-based Study of the abBA Experiment: Detector Response and Physics Analysis

E. Frlez, University of Virginia

* Neutron interferometric observation of the virtual excitation and multiple scattering correction terms to the index of refraction

K. P. Schoen, University of Missouri-Columbia

* New phenomena in neutron diffraction and optics of a noncentrosymmetric crystal. New feasibility for the neutron EDM search

V. V. Fedorov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute

* Constraints on non-Newtonian gravity in the nanometer range from the experiment on neutron quantum states in the Earth's gravitational field

K. Protasov, Laboratoire de Physique Subatomique et de Cosmologie

* Design and Simulation of a Solid Methane Moderator at the LENS Neutron Source

Y. Shin, Indiana University/Indiana University Cyclotron Facility

* UCN production with a single crystal of ortho-deuterium

M. Utsuro, Osaka University

* Solid Oxygen as an Ultracold Neutron Source

C.-Y. Liu, Los Alamos National Laboratory

* A New Experiment to Measure The Depolarization and Loss Probability of UCN on Diamond Like Carbon (DLC)

A. Pichlmaier, Paul Scherrer Institut

* Storage of fast ultracold neutrons

L. Bondarenko, RRC Kurchatov Institute Moscow

* UCN anomalous losses, UCN depolarization and possible connection of the both phenomenons

A. Fomin, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute -- RAS

* Tests of [.sup.6]Li doped glass scintillators for the detection of UCN

G. Ban, LPC-Caen, France

* The simulation of UCN experiments with Geant4

P. Fierlinger, Paul Scherrer Institut

* Estimates of the Performance of a UCN Moderator at the LENS Neutron Source

C.-Y. Liu, Los Alamos National Laboratory

* Development of a Long Wave Length Neutron Monochromator for Superthermal Production of Ultracold Neutrons

L. Yang, Harvard University

* A low noise CsI detector array for the precision measurement of parity nonconservation in n + p [right arrow] d + [gamma]

M. Gericke, Los Alamos National Laboratory and Indiana University

* A New Approach to Accurate Polarimetry of Polychromatic Cold Neutron Beams with a [.sup.3]He Spin Filter

F. E. Wietfeldt, Tulane University

* Precision Neutron Polarimetry for Neutron Beta Decay

S. Penttila, Los Alamos National Laboratory

* Very slow neutron transport at pulsed heating of cold moderator

Y. Pokotilovski, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna

* Design and performance of laser-pumped Cs-magnetometers for the planned UCN edm experiment at PSI

S. Groeger, University of Fribourg

* Measurement of Absolute Neutron Flux in Liquid [.sup.3]He

G. L. Hansen, Indiana University

* Silicon UCN detector with large area and with analysis of UCN polarization

M. Lasakov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute -- RAS

* Superconducting UCN polarizer for a new EDM spectrometer

M. Lasakov, Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute -- RAS

* Gravi-magnetic trap for UCN as a quantum oscillator

A. Frank, Joint Institute for Nuclear Reasearch, Dubna

* Neutron Quantum State Tailoring

M. Baron, Atominstitut der Osterreichischen Universitaten

* Cold neutron storage

M. R. Jaekel, Atominstitut Wien

* Confinement induced neutron phase

H. Lemmel, Atominstitut M. Baron, Atominstitut der Osterreichischen Universitaten

* Simulation of Charged Particle Trajectories in the Neutron Decay Correlation Experiment abBA

D. Desai, University of Tennessee

* Simulation of the Performance of Fundamental Neutron Physics Beamline at the High Flux Isotope Reactor

R. Mahurin, University of Tennessee

* Preparation of short neutron pulses using the multi-MIEZE principle

N. Arend, Technische Universitat Munchen

* Detection of Protons in Neutron Decay Experiments: A Low Energy Proton Source for Detector Development

R. L. Cooper, University of Michigan

* UCN interaction with surface

R. Golub, Hahn Meitner Institute, Berlin

* A Gamma Polarimeter for Neutron Polarization Measurement in a Liquid Deuterium Target for Parity Violation in Polarized Neutron Capture on Deuterium

M. Bowers, DePauw University

* Development of a position sensitive neutron detector with high efficiency and energy resolution for use at high-flux beam sources

D. M. Markoff, North Carolina State University

* Bounds on P-odd T-odd interactions from polarized neutron capture with unpolarized targets

C. R. Gould, North Carolina State University

* High-precision measurements of the n-[.sup.3]He bound coherent scattering length

P. R. Huffman, North Carolina State University/NIST

* Enviromental impact on the phase stability of a Neutron Interferometer

S. Mayer, Atominstitut der Osterreichischen Universitaten

* A superconducting magnetic UCN trap for precise neutron lifetime measurements

R. Picker, Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany

* NIST Interferometer Facility for Precision Scattering Length Measurements

D. L. Jacobson, National Institute of Standards and Technology
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