Belle II Experiment

The Belle II detector at the SuperKEKB accelerator in Tsukuba (Japan) is an experiment built to search for New Physics beyond the Standard Model via the measurement of rare decays of elementary particles, such as bottom and charm quarks or tau leptons. Belle II will address the problem of finding evidence for the existence of new unknown particles that can provide a possible explanation for the predominance of matter compared to antimatter and answer other open fundamental questions about the understanding of the universe.

Schematic overview SuperKEKB accelerator (left) and Belle II detector (right).


Research groups: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Gradl, Prof. Dr. Concettina Sfienti