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EPSRC Support by Research Area in Antihydrogen

Research areas are used to describe EPSRC's portfolio of excellent long term research and high quality postgraduate training.

Grants are classified using one or more research areas. All the grants listed below have some relevance to this research area. The value of the investment is the total awarded by EPSRC and does not reflect the proportion assigned to this research area.

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Grant TitlePrincipal
OrganisationDepartmentTotal Grant
Value (£)
First Spectroscopy of Antihydrogen with Laser-Cooling assisted Antihydrogen TrappingMadsen, Professor NSwansea UniversityCollege of Science 1,136,902
Interference and Resonant Phenomena involving AntimatterLaricchia, Professor GUCLPhysics and Astronomy 560,729
Laser System for Enhanced Antihydrogen Trapping and SpectroscopyMadsen, Professor NSwansea UniversityCollege of Science 10,396
Many-body theory of positron interactions with atoms and moleculesGreen, Dr DGQueen's University of BelfastSch of Mathematics and Physics 259,134
Physics with Trapped AntihydrogenBertsche, Dr WAUniversity of Manchester, ThePhysics and Astronomy 259,660
Production and manipulation of Rydberg positronium for a matter-antimatter gravitational free fall measurementCassidy, Dr DUCLPhysics and Astronomy 693,517
Towards precision experiments with antihydrogenNolan, Professor PUniversity of LiverpoolPhysics 667,269
Towards Precision Experiments with AntihydrogenBertsche, Dr WAUniversity of Manchester, ThePhysics and Astronomy 923,361
Towards Precision Experiments with AntihydrogenCharlton, Professor MSwansea UniversityCollege of Science 2,233,562
University of Swansea - Equipment AccountWilks, Professor SSwansea UniversityCollege of Science 808,683

Total Number of Grants: 10
Total Value of Grants: £7,553,213

The grant value may include the cost of access to facilities (these funds are not awarded to the grant holding organisation).