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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. Frühwirth, 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. High Energy Physics Information Center
Provides a list of conferences, labs and employment opportunities in highenergy physics. Includes newsletters, reports and mail archives. General Physics Links. Education Resources, General Physics Resources, Physics Organizations

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2. SPIRES HEP Database - Searching
Search more than 500 000 highenergy physics related articles, including journal papers, preprints, e-prints, technical

3. CERN Courier - Volume 43 Issue 2 - IOP Publishing
International journal of highenergy physics, published by the Institute of Physics (october 1998-present).
Latest Issue Back Issues Editorial Staff
LHC magnets pass two milestones

LCLS gets funding as TESLA wins support

Novel CLIC accelerating structure achieves 195 MV/m

CERN hosts first meeting of Quarkonium Working Group
New paperless journal echoes the spirit of JHEP

Nanolasers get compact

Miniscule lasers that could be incorporated into silicon microchips have been created by researchers in the US. Qubits realize universal NOT logic The best possible approximation to the universal NOT transformation has been demonstrated using photons. Fundamental Constants Are the fundamental constants constant? Recent astronomical observations have raised the possibility that the natural constants are time-dependent. Harald Fritzsch considers the case for inconstant constants. Country Profile Surveying the status of Bulgarian particle physics Bulgaria joined CERN in June 1999 as the laboratory's 20th member state. An ECFA visit took place in September 2002 to find out about particle physics in the country. People Faces and Places Viewpoint Understanding the physics of the universe A new institute at Stanford comes at just the right time, says Roger Blandford, future director of the Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology.

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5. Coordinated Theoretical-Experimental Project On QCD - (CTEQ)
CTEQ is a multiinstitutional collaboration researching high-energy physics centered on Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD).

6. FermiNews
Organized list at Fermilab.Category Science Physics Particle......Acronyms of highenergy physics HENP DOE's Office of High Energy and Nuclear Physics;part of ER. HEPAP High Energy Physics Advisory Panel. Advisory to DOE.
Acronyms of High-Energy Physics This page is a list of acronyms of high-energy physics Laboratories and Accelerators and Detectors and Experiments and Other institutions . Laboratories BNL: The Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, Long Island. CERN: Originally "Conseil Européenne pour Recherches Nucléaires," now the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, in Geneva, Switzerland. DESY: Deutches Elektronen SYnchrotron laboratory in Hamburg, Germany. FNAL: The Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, Illinois. KEK: Koo Energy Ken. The High Energy Research Accelerator Organization in Tsukuba, Japan. LNF: Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati, near Rome, Italy. SLAC: The Department of Energy's Stanford Linear Accelerator Center in Palo Alto, California. TRIUMF. TRI-University Meson Facility. (Although now there are eight universities involved, TRIUMF started with three.) Located at the University of British Columbia in Canada. Accelerators AD: Antimatter Decelerator. New facility at CERN to study antimatter.

7. Bira Systems
Data acquisition for highenergy physics.

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8. CDS - CERN Document Server
Over 430,000 bibliographic records and 170,000 fulltext documents about CERN and highenergy physics. Covers preprints, books, periodicals, reports, and photographs.
CERN Document Server (CDS)
Over bibliographic records, including fulltext documents, of interest to people working in particle physics and related areas. Covers preprints, articles, books, journals, photographs, and much more.
any field author title rep.number abstract any base books articles preprints theses internal notes photos
complete search interface
Permits to search through the bibliographic information and the fulltext of documents stored in CDS catalogues. Offers personal baskets, email alerts, ...
Permits the electronic submission of documents from inside and outside of CERN.
Offers a possibility to convert user-uploaded documents from one format to another (e.g. MS Word to PDF).
Offers a possibility to have your paper-based documents scanned. (CERN Intranet only, not free of charge).
Offers a possibility to plan your meetings or workshops and to store minutes.

Also have a look at our new Document Impact tool LATEST NEWS STAY TUNED!

9. The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: High-Energy Physics
High Energy Physics Web Sites. For additional Germany. Theoretical High EnergyPhysics Group Tokyo University of Tokyo, Komaba campus. Torino
High Energy Physics
Web Sites
For additional information about HEP Institutes, consult
HEP Institutes
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Index to Institutes
from the Greybook
See also:
Astrophysics abstracts Conferences FreeHEP software guide HEPIX ... Compilation of experiments' home pages, Compilation of physics newsletters, Particle Data Group server, Eagle Intermedia Institute of Physics Publishing , and general physics
Information sources include the following organizations:
Adelaide , University of
Centre for the Subatomic Structure of Matter , Adelaide, Australia
Alberta , University of
Center for Subatomic Research Department of Physics , Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
High Energy Physics Group, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, USA
Argonne National Laboratory, Advanced Photon Source (APS), Chicago, Illinois, USA
Arlington , University of Texas
High Energy Physics Group , Arlington, Texas, USA
Aspen Center for Physics, Colorado, USA
Barcelona , University of
Institut de Fisica d'Altes Energies (IFAE) Theoretical Physics Group, Department of Physics , Barcelona, Spain
Bergen , University of
Department of Physics , Bergen, Norway
Berlin Electron Synchrotron Storage Rings, Berlin, Germany

10. Welcome To SLAC
Design, construct and operate electron accelerators and related experimental facilities for use in highenergy physics and synchrotron radiation research. Includes publications, education, and facility tours.

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SLAC Celebrates 40 Years of Scientific Achievement
A national laboratory operated by Stanford University for the Department of Energy and home of the first U.S. Web site
SLAC Scientists Help Set Data Transfer Speed Record
Transmit 6.7 Gigabytes of data - the data equivalent of 4 hours of DVD-quality movies - across 7000 miles in less than a minute? Can do. The Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) is part of an international relay team that was recently awarded a certified data transfer speed record by the Internet2 consortium. The team transferred un-compressed data at 923 megabits per second for 58 seconds from Sunnyvale to Amsterdam - a distance of almost 6,800 miles, or about 1/4th of the way around the world. This transfer speed is more than 3500 times as fast as a typical home Internet broadband connection. ( More information
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11. Neural Networks In High Energy Physics Home Page
Artificial Neural Networks in High Energy Physics. We try Software;The WorldWide Web Virtual Library high-energy physics. Authors
Artificial Neural Networks in High Energy Physics
We try to provide here a central source of information on applications of neural network techniques to experimental high energy physics. A great amount of work has been done by many people in this area, particularly in applying NNW software to off-line analysis and NNW hardware to on-line data selection. We include a list of references, descriptions of NNW hardware and software, status of NNW's in HEP experiments, current developments, etc. If you would like to contribute announcements, papers, programs, etc. to this page, please contact:
Clark S. Lindsey
Bruce Denby
Thomas Lindblad Latest revision: 2 May 2002 News and Recent Additions There are several HEP experiments that have used NNW hardware or will use it in the near future. Here are brief status reports on some these projects.
NNW in Experiments
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and Newsgroup NNW in HEP References

12. Conferences In High Energy Physics
Physics Gordon Conference 27 July1August 1997, Newport, Rhode Island, USA - TheInternational Europhysics Conference on high-energy physics (hep 97) 19-26
HEP Events 1997
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Past and Future
Theoretical Physics Conference in Honour of Raoul Gatto 17 January 1997, Geneva, Switzerland
XIth Rencontres de Physique de la Vallee d'Aoste
2-8 March 1997, Planibel Hotel, La Thuile, Valle d'Aoste (Italy).
Rencontres de Moriond on Electroweak interaction
15-22 March 1997, Les Arcs (France)
Physics in Collision '97
XVII International Conference on Physics in Collision 25-27 June 1997, University of Bristol, UK
nd E.Amaldi Conference on Gravitational Wave
1-4 July 1997, CERN
VIth Oporto Meeting on Geometry, Topology and Physics
4-7 July 1997, Faculty of Science building of the University of Oporto, Portugal
QCD in Nuclear Physics Gordon Conference
27 July-1August 1997, Newport, Rhode Island, USA
The International Europhysics Conference on High-Energy Physics (hep 97)
19-26 August, Jerusalem, Israel E-mail contact: Dr. D. Lellouch, Scientific Secretary, Weizmann Institute, Mirror site at CERN, Switzerland

13. A Glossary Of High-Energy Physics Terms
A Glossary of highenergy physics Terms. accelerator A machine usedto accelerate particles to high speeds (and thus high energy
A Glossary of High-Energy Physics Terms
A machine used to accelerate particles to high speeds (and thus high energy compared to their rest mass-energy).
A process in which a particle meets its corresponding antiparticle and both disappear. The energy appears in some other form, perhaps as a different particle and its antiparticle (and their energy), perhaps as many mesons, perhaps as a single neutral boson such as a Z boson. The produced particles may be any combination allowed by conservation of energy and momentum and of all the charge types and other rules.
Material made from antifermions. We define the fermions that are common in our universe as matter and their antiparticles as antimatter. In the particle theory there is no a priori distinction between matter and antimatter. The asymmetry of the universe between these two classes of particles is a deep puzzle for which we are not yet completely sure of an explanation.
For every fermion type there is another fermion type that has exactly the same mass but the opposite value of all other charges (quantum numbers). This is called the antiparticle. For example, the antiparticle of an electron is a particle of positive electric charge called the positron. Bosons also have antiparticles, except for those that have zero value for all charges, for example, a photon or a composite boson made from a quark and its corresponding antiquark. In this case there is no distinction between the particle and the antiparticle, they are the same object.

14. -- JHEP --
+ '. JHEP distributes also proceedings of highenergy physics conferences. JHEPis now (January 1999) accepting papers on experimental high-energy physics.
A refereed journal written, run, and distributed by electronic means ISSN 1029-8479 04:45 - Sunday, 23 March 2003 Preliminary Results of survey of users and non-users of Eprint Archives: Imminent changes concerning JHEP
Recently accepted papers The JHEP project 1-Click browsing: All fields
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15. UCL HEP Welcome Page
An explanation of the role this group plays with the ATLAS, CDF, Future Linear Collider, MINOS, OPAL Category Science Physics Particle Research Groups......Welcome to the University College London High Energy Physics group server. LocalHEP Group Information. highenergy physics Laboratories around the world.
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Local HEP Group Information
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Other web servers in the college
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The 2002 European School of highenergy physics. Pylos, Greece 25 August- 7 September 2002. The 2002 European School of High-Energy
The 2002 European School of High-Energy Physics
Pylos, Greece
25 August - 7 September 2002
The 2002 European School of High-Energy Physics (formerly the CERN-JINR School of Physics) will be organized jointly by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) , Geneva, Switzerland, and the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) , Dubna, Russia, together with the NESTOR Institute for Deep Sea Research, Technology, and Neutrino Astroparticle Physics, Pylos, Greece. The basic aim of the School is to teach various aspects of high-energy physics, but especially theoretical physics, to young experimental physicists, mainly from the Member States of CERN and of JINR. The Schools of Physics are designed to give a survey of up-to-date information, rather than to be a training course. Reading lists and an outline of each of the lecture courses will be sent to the selected students in late Spring 2002 together with their letters of acceptance.
Date and Place of the School Accommodation Scientific Programme Discussion Sessions ... Poster for the School (Poster)

Date and place of the School
The tenth European School of High-Energy Physics will be hosted by the NESTOR Institute in Pylos, Greece, from Sunday 25th August to Saturday 7th September 2002.

The 2001 European School of highenergy physics. Beatenberg, Switzerland26 August - 8 September 2001. The 2001 European School of
The 2001 European School of High-Energy Physics
Beatenberg, Switzerland
26 August - 8 September 2001
The 2001 European School of High-Energy Physics (formerly the CERN-JINR School of Physics) will be organized jointly by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) , Geneva, Switzerland and the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) , Dubna, Russia, together with the University of Bern . The basic aim of the School is to teach various aspects of high-energy physics, but especially theoretical physics, to young experimental physicists, mainly from the Member States of CERN and of JINR. The Schools of Physics are designed to give a survey of up-to-date information, rather than to be a training course. An outline of each of the lecture courses and reading lists will be sent to selected students in late Spring 2001 together with their letters of acceptance.
Date and Place of the School Accommodation Scientific Programme Discussion Sessions ... Application (Application Form) Organizing Committee Enquiries and correspondence Poster for the School

Date and place of the School
The ninth European School of High-Energy Physics will be held in The Dorint Hotel , Beatenberg, from Sunday 26 August to Saturday 8 September 2001.

18. BUBL LINK / 5:15 Internet Resources: High-energy Physics
Preprint server Papers covering highenergy physics, astrophysics, general relativity,quantum cosmology, nuclear theory, computational and lattice physics.
BUBL LINK / 5:15 Catalogue of Internet Resources Home Search Subject Menus A-Z ... About
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  • CERN Preprint server
  • D-Zero Experiment
  • Experiments Online: Home Pages of HEP Experiments
  • Fermilab: Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory ...
  • XXX E-print Archive Mirror Page last updated: 04 July 2002 Comments:
    CERN Preprint server
    Papers covering high-energy physics, astrophysics, general relativity, quantum cosmology, nuclear theory, computational and lattice physics.
    Author: CERN
    Subjects: astrophysics, cosmology, high-energy physics, nuclear physics, physics research, quantum physics, relativity
    Location: switzerland, europe
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    D-Zero Experiment
    Workshop summaries and research results from a worldwide collaboration of physics researchers studying the fundamental nature of matter, particularly the interactions of protons and antiprotons at the highest available energies.
    Author: D-Zero Experiment
    Subjects: high-energy physics, physics research
    documents Location: usa Last checked:
    Experiments Online: Home Pages of HEP Experiments
    Links to home pages of various high-energy physics experiments worldwide.
  • 19. DESY Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron
    Basic research in highenergy and particle physics as well as in the production and application of synchrotron radiation.



    20. Science On High-Energy Lasers: From Today To The NIF
    An overview of science performed with high energy lasers, including five scientific areas (astrophysics and space physics, hydrodynamics, material properties, plasma physics, radiation sources, and radiative properties).
    Science on High-Energy Lasers:
    From Today to the NIF
    Facility Definitions

    Material Properties

    Plasma Physics
    Radiative Properties

    Richard W. Lee
    Richard Petrasso
    Roger W. Falcone
    To help you find specific subject areas, we have also provided a document map showing all the sections and subsections. Last modified on February 1, 1996
    If you have technical questions about this page contact: Richard Lee ( and Science on High-Energy Lasers: From Today to the NIF

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