Rolf Landua
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Description

German nationality. School in Wiesbaden, physics study in Mainz (Ph.D. 1980). Came as post-doc to CERN, fellow 1982-1984, CERN research physicist since 1987. Worked on experiments studying exotic atoms, antiproton-proton annihilation, meson spectroscopy and searching for “glueballs”. In 1996, started working on the ATHENA experiment at the Antiproton Decelerator, to find ways of producing cold antihydrogen atoms. From 1999-2003, spokesman of this experiment. Since 2005, head of the education group at CERN. Despite continued efforts, still member of too many committees.


Lecture:

lecture
flag Antimatter in the Lab
as author at  CERN Summer Student Lecture Program 2009,
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