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Stefan Meyer Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences

Stefan Meyer Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences

Stefan Meyer Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences

Boltzmanngasse 3,   1090 VIENNA,   AUSTRIA

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Stefan Meyer Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences

The Stefan Meyer Institute (SMI) is devoted to basic research in the field of subatomic physics. Our research focuses on the study of fundamental symmetries and interactions, addressing the following questions:

  • What are the properties of the forces that exist in nature? 

  • What is the origin of the mass of the visible universe? 

  • Why do the remains of the Big Bang consist only of matter and not of antimatter?

We specialise in precision experiments using exotic atoms, exotic meson-nucleus bound states as well as hadrons (elementary particles consisting of quarks and held together by the strong interaction) as an integral part of international collaborations at large-scale re-search facilities in Europe and Japan. These are among the world’s leading facilities for subatomic physics and our projects are subject to rigorous annual evaluation to monitor their progress in a dynamic and expanding field.

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