The KLOE-2 experiment, at the INFN Frascati National Laboratories, represents the continuation of the KLOE experiment. Compared to the previous detector, consisting of a drift chamber and an electromagnetic calorimeter both immersed in a 0.5 T magnetic field, the apparatus has been upgraded with several new detectors; the goal is to study γγ interactions and to improve calorimeter hermeticity and spatial resolution on the vertex position. A single-photon trigger logic was also implemented. The program is to perform high-precision CPT symmetry and quantum coherence tests using neutral kaons, γγ-physics studies and searches of particles of hidden dark-matter sectors, togheter with hadron physics below 1 GeV. KLOE-2 started data taking in November 2014 and is presently collecting data, with the target to collect more than 5 fb −1 integrated luminosity before end of March 2018.
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