Revealing how hidden symmetries shape the universe
The symmetries underpinning our description of nature could answer some of the most inspiring and grand questions we have about the universe. The EU-funded HIDDeN project will conduct research on hidden symmetries and how they affect neutrinos, dark matter and other elusive particles. Specifically, it will explore CP symmetry breaking, or the lack of it, in leptons and strong interactions, symmetries in the mass and mixing patterns of known particles and symmetries responsible for dark matter stability and its interactions. The project's mission is to train the new generation of researchers to address fundamental questions in particle physics and cosmology via an ambitious multidisciplinary research and training programme.
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Funding SchemeMSCA-ITN-ETN - European Training Networks