- Workshop on Cold Antimatter and High Precision Physics (Pbar11)
- November 28--30, 2011, Matsue, Japan
- Nov., 2010
- ASACUSA-MUSASHI makes progress towards antihydrogen beams (Press release from CERN),
Progress toward an Antihydrogen beam (Physics synopses)
Also see Our Antihydrogen programme and a novel trap system:Cusp trap
- May, 2008
- Press release (in Japanese) "Control of antiproton cloud"
- Jan, 2008
- ASACUSA moves towards new antihydrogen experiments(CERN courier)
Left : Counts from antihydrogen atoms at around t = 0 when we mixed antiprotons with positrons,
Right : a case of without positrons
Setup of CUSP trap experiment with MUSASHI and Compact positron trap.
- Workshop on Cold Antimatter Plasmas and Application to Fundamental Physics (Pbar08)
- February 20-22,2008, Naha, Okinawa, Japan
- Nov, 2007
- Three millions of antiprotons trapped in the Cusp trap.
- Nov, 2007
- First antiproton trap in the Cusp trap.
- Oct, 2007
- New record! ASACUSA MUSASHI trap confined and cooled ca. 10,800,000 (10E7) antiprotons.
- Jan, 2005
- Most antiprotons ever accmulated, reported in Physical Review Focus particularly in The Most Antimatter.
- July 28th, 2004
- The Start of Ultra Slow Antiproton Science: Successful Extraction of a Large Number of Ultra Slow Antiprotons! reported in Physical Review Focus particularly in The Most Antimatter.