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high-energy physics

[′hī ‚en·ər·jē ′fiz·iks]
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RMD president Kanai Shah added, "From the development of imaging devices designed to 'see' through the walls of nuclear power plant concrete structures to gamma-ray detectors that enable the next generation of dark matter studies, the Phase II research projects we are embarking on through these SBIR/STTR programmes embody some of the world's most pressing high-energy physics and energy production research needs.
Editors Petrov and Ryutin present readers with a collection of papers selected from research presented at the thirtieth International Workshop on High-Energy Physics held in 2014 in Russia.
The department's advisory panel on high-energy physics had recommended that the Tevatron operate for three additional years after the European consortium CERN announced in early 2010 that its more powerful Large Hadron Collider would close down during all of 2012 for repairs.
Which inert gas is used in lighting and high-energy physics research?
Among Fermi's many contributions to high-energy physics, he was the first to suggest a workable way for cosmic-ray particles to be accelerated to near-light speeds--just the kind of thing Fermi was built to stu
Lesnik, an expert in high-energy physics, developed anti-missile systems for Boeing and has a high-level security clearance, according to court papers obtained by ABC News and KFI-AM (640).
Synchrotrons may have been designed with high-energy physics in mind, but now biologists are starting to see the light too.
On comparison with the co-authorship networks of scientists in physics, high-energy physics, biomedical science and computer science, our results show that the physics teaching communities are highly fragmented on a global scale by forming many small clusters (or local groups) around the world.
Traditional scientific high-performance computing applications such as high-energy physics research, environmental science and weather prediction, aerospace engineering, seismic data analysis, and signal and image processing, have been joined by a new wave of industrial applications.
TITECH uses its AMD Athlon MP processor-based system for building a large grid computing infrastructure, which is in turn used for various high-end applications such as terascale data processing in high-energy physics, advanced bioinformatics, large scale numerical optimizations, etc.
The manufacturing process that makes the chips is a cross between photo processing and high-energy physics with a trip to the car wash thrown in.
The high-energy physics team's demonstration of "High Speed LHC Data Gathering, Distribution and Analysis Using Next Generation Networks" achieved a bidirectional peak throughput of 114 gigabits per second (Gbps) and a sustained data flow of more than 110 Gbps among clusters of servers on the show floor and around the world.

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