high-energy physics


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high-energy physics

[′hī ‚en·ər·jē ′fiz·iks]
(physics)
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Congress killed the SSC 20 years ago, and the prospect of big discoveries at the frontier of high-energy physics gravitated to CERN in Switzerland, which celebrated the discovery of the elusive Higgs boson on July 4 last year.
Any disappointment at the closing of the Tevatron is tempered by my wonderful memories of my time at Fermilab, when the Tevatron was cranking out discoveries and it was the center of the high-energy physics world.
Washington, Dec 14 (ANI): Holy Grail of high-energy physics - the predicted but elusive Higgs boson - is almost within reach, according to CERN Physicists.
Britain) has expanded the string theory lectures he delivered at summer schools in England in 2001, Scotland in 2002, and Canada in 2003 for students in theoretical high-energy physics who had just completed their first year of graduate study.
They provide coverage of the experimental techniques for the creation and study of Fermi quantum gases and present the theoretical foundations for understanding the properties of these new superfluid atomic systems, which provide an ideal laboratory for investigating quantum many-body phenomenon important to such diverse fields as high-energy physics, condensed matter, astrophysics, quantum information, and quantum gases.
The nation's first national laboratory, Argonne National Laboratory conducts basic and applied scientific research across a wide spectrum of disciplines, ranging from high-energy physics to climatology and biotechnology.
It was the year 2000, and scientists at a European particle collider observed possible traces of the subatomic particle known as the Higgs boson--the presumed origin of mass itself and the most-wanted quarry in high-energy physics today.
in physics from Rockefeller University, she worked in high-energy physics at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton and the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.
The 14 chapters begin with the theory of relativity and continue through configuration of the atom, quantum state of atoms, electron spin, the Pauli exclusion principle, X-rays, and other topics, ending with a chapter on high-energy physics.
That makes the new results a unique look at the field of high-energy physics.
Intended readers include students and researchers in HPM systems, radar, communications, and high-energy physics.
SLAC designs, constructs and operates state-of-the-art particle accelerators and related experimental facilities used by high-energy physics studies probing the fundamental forces and structure of matter.

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