The Belle II detector will collect billions of e+ e- collision that will be produced at the SuperKEKB collider at the KEK laboratory in Tsukuba, Japan.
The experiment is part of a broad-based search for new physics and of the high precision study of matter-antimatter asymmetry in the b (bottom) quark system, based on high luminosity colliders.
The high statistics which will be collected with Belle II and SuperKEKB will allow very precise measurements in the B and tau sector.
The Belle II collaboration consists of over 500 physicists and engineers from 99 institutions in 23 countries.
Roma Tre team involved on this exeriment:
Enrico Bernieri, Paolo Branchini, Antonio Budano, Federico Budano, Giacomo De Pietro, Enrico Graziani, Alberto Martini, Antonio Passeri, Diego Tagnani.