Guidelines For Researchers
Modern physics is the foundation on which many engineering achievements were based upon in the 20th century. Our everyday digital life serves as an ongoing proof of its power. We believe that strong physics must rely on experimental findings and unshaken mathematical treatment. When experimental findings are not aligned with a physical theory it is an excellent opportunity to improve, modify or replace the theory.
The Association highlights multiple cases of discrepancy between mainstream physical theories and experimental findings, and will support research which aims to improve the relevant theories. We have identified numerous such cases in the area of Nuclear and Particle Physics and devised a list of research topics we intend to support. The list provided below consists almost solely of known open problems in Nuclear and Particle Physics, some of which received a lot of initial attention when first discovered, but were not resolved properly ever since.