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         High-energy Physics:     more books (100)
  1. Introduction to High Energy Physics by Donald H. Perkins, 2000-04-24
  2. An Introduction to Regge Theory and High Energy Physics (Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics) by P. D. B. Collins, 2009-05-07
  3. CP Violations (Advanced Series on Directions in High Energy Physics)
  4. The Mathematical Theory of Cosmic Strings (Series in High Energy Physics, Cosmology and Gravitation) by M. R. Anderson, 2002-11
  5. Trends in Experimental High Energy Physics
  6. Dictionary of Material Science and High Energy Physics (Comprehensive Dictionary of Physics)
  7. Data Analysis Techniques for High Energy Physics by R. Fr├╝hwirth, M. Regler, et all 2001-01-15
  8. The Galactic Black Hole: Studies in High Energy Physics, Cosmology and Gravitation (Series in High Energy Physics, Cosmology and Gravitation)
  9. An Introduction to the Physics of High Energy Accelerators (Wiley Series in Beam Physics and Accelerator Technology) by D. A. Edwards, M. J. Syphers, 1992-11
  10. A Modern Introduction to Particle Physics (High Energy Physics) by Fayyazuddin, Riazuddin, 2000-09-29
  11. Theory and Phenomenology of Sparticles: An Account of Four-Dimensional N=1 Supersymmetry in High Energy Physics by Manuel Drees, 2005-01-30
  12. Baryons '98: Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on the Structure of Baryons Bonn, Germany 22-26 September 1998 (High Energy Physics)
  13. Linear Collider Physics In The New Millennium (Advanced Series on Directions in High Energy Physics)
  14. High energy physics, (Introducing modern science) by Hal Hellman, 1968

1. SPIRES-HEP Search
Search highenergy physics related articles, including journal papers, preprints, e-prints, technical reports, conference papers and theses, indexed by the
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2. CERN Courier
website brings you online articles from the print magazine and a variety of resources for the highenergy physics community.
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The CERN Courier website brings you online articles from the print magazine and a variety of resources for the high-energy physics community.
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Physics in the multiverse Nov 20, 2007
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Pierre Auger Observatory pinpoints source of mysterious highest-energy cosmic rays
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Semiconductor splits the energy of water
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3. Experimental High-Energy Physics, Lund University
Modern highenergy physics projects can not succeed without very substantial computational and data storage facilities. Our division takes very active part
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High-energy physics investigates the basic constituents of matter, and the interactions between them. The present main research activities at the division are to take part in the ALICE and ATLAS experiments at CERN's Large Hadron Collider, that will be ready for data taking in 2007. We also take part in the PHENIX experiment at Brookhaven, and H1 at DESY in Hamburg. Research subjects are: collisions between heavy nuclei (ALICE and PHENIX), proton collisions at high energy (ATLAS), and structure of the proton using ep collisions (H1). The division participates also in the development of detectors for the future International Linear Collider (ILC). Modern high-energy physics projects can not succeed without very substantial computational and data storage facilities. Our division takes very active part in development of Grid technologies. Researchers from our division co-initiated with colleagues from other groups in Nordic universities the NorduGrid project. Experimental High-Energy Physics, LU, Box 118, SE-221 00 Lund, Sweden. Phone: +46 46-222 77 06

4. HIGH-ENERGY PHYSICS
Takhmasib M. Aliev Theoretical and Phenomological; Metin Durgut Theoretical, Quantum Field Theory; Resit Dundarer Mathematical and High Energy Physics
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Theoretical and Phenomological
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Theoretical
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Mustafa Savci
Theoretical and Phenomological
Meltem Serin
Experimental and Phenomenological studies in HEP: Standard Model and beyond, Neutrino Interactions, Simulation studies, Hadron Physics
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Experimental and Phenomenological
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Neutrino Physics, CERN Experiments on neutrinos.
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Theoretical and Phenomenological studies in HEP: B-Physics, rare decays, Semileptonik B-decays, Standard Model and beyond

5. Particle Physics - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
It is also called high energy physics , because many elementary particles do not occur under normal circumstances in nature, but can be created and
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Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources Unverifiable material may be challenged and removed. Thousands of particles explode from the collision point of two relativistic GeV per nucleon) gold ions in the STAR detector of the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider . Electrically charged particles are discernible by the curves they trace in the detector's magnetic field. Particle physics is a branch of physics that studies the elementary constituents of matter and radiation , and the interactions between them. It is also called "high energy physics" , because many elementary particles do not occur under normal circumstances in nature , but can be created and detected during energetic collisions of other particles, as is done in particle accelerators
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Modern particle physics research is focused on subatomic particles , which have less structure than atoms . These include atomic constituents such as electrons protons , and neutrons (protons and neutrons are actually composite particles, made up of

6. High Energy Physics Information Center
contains comprehensive lists to HEP Information Conferences, Employment Opportunities, Experiments, Other Labs, Phone Numbers, etc.
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The HEPIC web site has been decommissioned. Please see SPIRES for Job, Conference, Institution and Experiment information.

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8. Brown High Energy Physics
Welcome to the High Energy physics Group at Brown University. Visit our web to learn about our people, our research and our activities.
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9. High Energy Physics - Theory
A collection of research papers on high energy particle physics, and on quantum field theories.
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10. Caltech High Energy Physics Home Page
California Institute of Technology High Energy physics.
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12. Imperial College London | Department Of Physics | High Energy Physics
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13. Journal Of High Energy Physics
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14. UW High Energy Physics
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15. High Energy Physics
High Energy physics deals with the nature of the fundamental constituents of matter and their interactions. The past 50 years have witnessed tremendous
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High Energy Physics
The Department has a long and distinguished history of research in the field of High Energy Physics, which continues to the present. On the experimental side, Department faculty currently participate in a broad range of major experimental endeavors that address such fundamental issues as the search for the origins of symmetries (and their violations) in nature, the possible existence of new particles such as Higgs bosons and supersymmetric partners of the known fundamental particles, on studies of the properties of the heaviest quarks and bosons (top and bottom, W, and the Z), searches for gravitational waves, investigations of neutrino oscillations and neutrino mass, and the substructure of the nucleon. Our experiments include, at Fermilab, CDF (Profs. Bodek and McFarland , and Drs. de Barbaro Budd and Sakumoto (Profs. Ferbel and Slattery , and Drs. Ginther and Zielinski (Profs. Demina Ferbel and Slattery , and Drs. Ginther and Zielinski NuTeV and Neutrino Oscillations (Profs. Bodek , and McFarland , and Drs.

16. Introduction To HEP
`High Energy physics (HEP) or `Particle physics searches for the fundamental particles and That s why this field is called `High Energy physics .
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`High Energy Physics' (HEP) or `Particle Physics' searches for the fundamental particles and forces which build the world around us. Like all matter is made from atoms, all atoms are made from even smaller particles. Physicist discovered that similiar to the `Periodic System of Atoms' , there is a list of subatomic particles
We create those particles (which are not a normal part of matter we encounter everyday) by using the famous `Einstein Law' that relates energy and matter: E = m c**2.
Compared to natural processes on earth, like the creation of a lightning or the energy released in a nuclear decay, the energy per particle is many magnitudes higher. That's why this field is called `High Energy Physics'.
Particles and Fields
Besides the basic particles (called `fermions' after E. Fermi), there are also the basic forces between them. We now know four different forces (sorted by their relative strengths): the Gravitational Force (e.g. between Sun and Earth)

17. High Energy Physics At The University Of Chicago
HEP 103 Schedule Highbay/Video Conference Room Glass Room Temperature Plot High Energy physics 5640 S Ellis Ave Chicago IL 60637 +1-773-702-8113.
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Silicon Installed in COT at Fermilab What's Happening in HEP? Jan 14 RI-480 Unusual Supersymmetry from Natural Electroweak Symmetry Breaking 4:15 pm Radovan Dermisek, Institute for Advanced Studies Jan 21 No Seminar Martin Luther King Holiday Jan 28 RI-480 The Search for the Higgs and Diboson Production at the Energy Frontier 4:15 pm Elliot Lipeles, University of California at San Diego Feb 4 RI-480 Recent progress in CP violation: New Physics under siege 4:15 pm Alexandre Telnov, Princeton University Our Research Groups ATLAS p p collisions at the LHC (14 TeV)
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18. UCSD Particle Physics (Experiment) Web Site
This Website is currently under reconstruction.
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19. Particle Physics Education Sites
Don t miss High energy physics Made Painless, as well as their pages for educators and students. Stanford Linear Accelerator Center describes the Center s
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20. Inquiring Minds
Particle physics and astrophysics go hand in hand studying the universe at the smallest and biggest scales. Have you ever wondered how often you could
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The science of matter, space and time
what is the world made of?
how to find the smallest particles
what to expect in the future
why support science ... Standard Model discoveries
Particle physics and astrophysics go hand in hand: studying the universe at the smallest and biggest scales. Have you ever wondered how often you could split a grain of sand into smaller pieces? Have you asked yourself what the sky is made of? Perhaps you have dreamed of traveling backwards in time? Physicists are as curious as you are. They look for answers to questions that people have pondered since they first began to wonder about the world and their place within it. It often seems that for every answer physicists find, two new questions arise. Exploring the nature of nature (video, 4 min.) Particle physicists try to understand the nature of nature at the smallest scales possible. Today, we know that atoms do not represent the smallest unit of matter. Particles called quarks and leptons seem to be the fundamental building blocks - but perhaps there is something even smaller. Physicists are still far from understanding why a proton has about 2,000 times more mass than an electron. And on top of it all, scientists suspect a whole new class of undiscovered supersymmetric particles to complete the subatomic family. Empty space, we have discovered, is actually not empty at all. Quantum effects constantly produce particles and antiparticles "out of nothing," only to have them disappear few moments later. And space itself can either be almost flat or curved, depending on the amount of matter it contains.

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