13) Technical University of Munich: TUM

The TUM experimental group has a broad experience in building and operating high-precision tracking detectors based on Silicon and GEM technology. The large-size triple GEM detectors developed and built for COMPASS by the TUM group in cooperation with CERN are the first large-size GEM detectors used in a high-rate particle physics experiment. The development of fast readout electronics is another key competence of the group. The TUM experimental group is also involved in the design and simulation of the PANDA detector. The theory group T39 at TUM has a long-standing expertise in developments and applications of Chiral Effective Field Theory (chiral perturbation theory, chiral SU (3) dynamics), with special focus on antikaon-nucleon and -nuclear systems in close communication with experiments.

TUM has specific roles in NA4-PREN, JRA7-HaSP and JRA14-MPGD_HP.

EC funds in NA4-PREN, JRA7-HaSP and JRA14-MPGD_HP.



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  This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824093
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