Physics Particle/Research_Groups

  • AHEP Group - The research of the Astroparticle and High Energy Physics Group covers theoretical, phenomenological and observational aspects of Astroparticle and High Energy Physics.
  • Argonne National Laboratory - Conducts research in areas of both theoretical and experimental particle physics. The laboratory also works on the ATLAS, CDF, MINOS, Soudan 2 and ZEUS experiments.
  • The ATHENA Experiment - A worldwide collaboration at CERN to produce antimatter hydrogen. Includes overview of the experiment and a variety of references and data.
  • Birmingham University - Elementary Particle Physics Group - The group works with the ALICE, ATLAS, BaBar, H1, NA57 and OPAL. Details of this work and the researchers are available.
  • Boston University - Experimental High Energy Physics and Astrophysics - Brief details of the departments work with the D0, g-2 and MACRO experiments, and its work designing detector components.
  • Coordinated Theoretical-Experimental Project on QCD - (CTEQ) - CTEQ is a multi-institutional collaboration researching high-energy physics centered on Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD).
  • Czech Technical University - Nuclear Physics Group - Information relating to the groups members and its work on a number of experiments, including ATLAS and LHC.
  • HEP Virtual Phonebook - Alphabetical index of institutions; from HEPIC.
  • High Energy Physics Web Sites - Index from The World-Wide Web Virtual Library at CERN, mostly institutional home pages.
  • Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology - Based at the university of durham in the united kingdom, the group aims to increase understanding of Particle Physics Phenomenology.
  • Institute of High Energy Physics (IHEP) - Beijing - News and details of current research and facilities.
  • Moscow State University - Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics - Current research activity in nuclear and particle physics is presented, including details of group publications, projects and members of staff. A history of the group is also available.
  • Southampton High Energy Physics (SHEP) - Describes the groups varied research. A list of contact details for all group members is also present.
  • University of Bristol - Particle Physics Group - The groups research is mainly based around the ZEUS, BaBar, CMS, and LHCb experiments. The group is also involved in detector development.
  • University of California Irvine - HEP - Details of the research currently being carried out on a wide range of experiments.
  • University of Cambridge - Cavendish Laboratory - High Energy Physics - An overview of current experimental and theoretical research at the laboratory.
  • University of Durham - Centre for Particle Theory (CPT) - The CPT researches many aspects of Particle Physics from phenomenology to string theory. The site gives an account of these activities, and details of current members of staff.
  • University of Edinburgh - Particle Physics Experiments Group - This group participates in the ATLAS, BaBar, LHCb and NA48 experiments. Contact and seminar details are available.
  • University of Hawaii Department of Physics - Information about the experiments on which the groups are currently working.
  • University of London, Queen Mary College - HEP Research Group - A list of group members, and information on the experiments the group is a part of.
  • University of London, Royal Holloway - HEP Research Group - This group works with the ALEPH, ATLAS, BaBar and Future Linear Collider projects. Free HEP data sheets are available for schools.
  • University of London, University College - HEP - An explanation of the role this group plays with the ATLAS, CDF, Future Linear Collider, MINOS, OPAL and ZEUS experiments. The site also lists details of seminars, publications, conferences, and research studentships.
  • University of Manchester - HEP - This group are active with the ATLAS, BaBar, D0, H1 and OPAL experiments, and contribute to the Grid working group. The site includes contact and seminar details.
  • University of Massachusetts - High Energy Experimental Physics Group - Aims at understanding the fundamental nature of matter in terms of its elementary constituents and interactions. Includes information about current research projects and staff.
  • University of Princeton - Atomic Physics Group - Tests of fundamental symmetries (CP and CPT), precision measurements and atomic physics. Includes links to recent publications by the group.
  • University of Washington Particle Astrophysics Group - The group concentrate on research into gamma ray and neutrino astrophysics, and nuclear emulsion physics.
  • Warsaw University - HEP Group - The group work on the CMS, DELPHI and ZEUS experiments. The site also contains a number of links to other resources.
  • Westfälischen Wilhelms University - Institute of Nuclear Physics. - Brief description of the experiments the group is involved with, and member contact details.
  • Workgroup of Prof. Dr. H. Schmieden - Based at the Physics Institute of the University of Bonn. The group primarily work on exclusive polarization experiments concerning the structure of the nucleon.

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