The goal of the KLOE–2 experiment operating at the upgraded DAΦNE e+e− collider is to collect an integrated luminosity of about 20 fb − 1 over 3-4 years of running. The KLOE–2 apparatus is now equipped with an inner tracker, new scintillation calorimeters and tagging detectors for γγ physics. These will allow measurements to refine and extend the KLOE programme on kaon physics and tests of fundamental symmetries as well as quantum interferometry. Here the latest results from the KLOE data analysis are presented and the perspectives at KLOE-2 outlined.
KeywordsKLOE-2 Rare kaon decays Kaon interferometry CP symmetry