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  1. An Introduction to Particle Accelerators by E. J. N. Wilson, 2001-08-09
  2. Quantum Electrodynamics: Gribov Lectures on Theoretical Physics (Cambridge Monographs on Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics and Cosmology) by V. N. Gribov, J. Nyiri, 2005-07-14
  3. Newton to Einstein: The Trail of Light: An Excursion to the Wave-Particle Duality and the Special Theory of Relativity by Ralph Baierlein, 2001-09-17
  4. The Charm of Strange Quarks : Mysteries and Revolutions of Particle Physics by R. Michael Barnett, Henry Muehry, et all 2000-06-16
  5. Electromagnetic Fields and Relativistic Particles (International Series in Pure and Applied Physics) by Emil Jan Konopinski, 1981-01
  6. Electromechanics of Particles by Thomas B. Jones, 2005-09-08
  7. Schaum's Outline of Applied Physics, 4ed (Schaum's Outline Series) by Arthur Beiser, 2009-06-05
  8. Invariance principles and elementary particles, (Investigations in physics) by J. J Sakurai, 1964
  9. Spin in Particle Physics (Cambridge Monographs on Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics and Cosmology) by Elliot Leader, 2005-10-06
  10. The Experimental Foundations of Particle Physics by Robert N. Cahn, Gerson Goldhaber, 2009-08-31
  11. The Physics of Particle Accelerators: An Introduction by Klaus Wille, 2001-05-03
  12. Collider Physics: Revised Edition (Frontiers in Physics) by Vernon D. Barger, Roger J.N. Phillips, 1996-12-17
  13. Gauge Theories in Particle Physics, 2 Volume Set (Graduate Student Series in Physics) by I.J.R. Aitchison, A.J.G. Hey, 2004-01-01
  14. The Relations of Particles (World Scientific Lecture Notes in Physics) by L. B. Okun, 1991-08

61. University Of Wales, Swansea - Department Of Physics
Threeyear BSc with specialised options in laser physics, medical physics, and particle physics and the foundations of cosmology.

62. Experimental Particle Physics At Edinburgh University
This group participates in the ATLAS, BaBar, LHCb and NA48 experiments. Contact and seminar details Category Science Physics Particle Research Groups......Group Members Research News Internal Information particle physics SeminarsContact Details Physics Astronomy University of Edinburgh
Group Members Research News Internal Information ... Useful Links
The Particle Physics Experiments (PPE) group is currently participating in the following experiments at SLAC and at CERN
6 Jan 2003 - Postdoctoral RA Position available
23 Jan 2003 - Postgraduate Positions available now

63. Review Of Particle Physics
Review of particle physics. Please refer back to our main Particle Data Group HomePage for information on the 1996 edition of the Review of particle physics.
Review of Particle Physics
You have reached this page by error. It is now obsolete. Please refer back to our main Particle Data Group Home Page for information on the 1996 edition of the Review of Particle Physics. Betty Armstrong 20-AUGUST-1996

64. LESC - London E-Science Centre - London E-Science Centre
Based at the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine and associated with its Department of Computing. Supports the development of eScience activities within London and the South-East through collaborations with applied scientists in the fields of Space and Atmospheric Physics, particle physics, Bioinformatics, Environmental Modelling. and Engineering.
Home Page Projects Resources Services ... Contacts
Administration Director's Note e-Science Overview Centre Objectives New Job Vacancies at LeSC! ... Success at SuperComputing 2002
The London e-Science Centre Welcome to the London e-Science Centre based at Imperial College London and associated with its Department of Computing . Our role as one of the eight Regional Centres in the EPSRC/DTI e-Science Core Technology programme is to support the development of e-Science activities within London and the South-East through collaborations with applied scientists in the fields of Materials Modelling, Particle Physics, Bioinformatics, Environmental Modelling, and Engineering.
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65. Particle Physics
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Guide picks Atoms are made up of many different particles. Electrons, Neutrons and Protons. Those last two are themselves made up of Quarks. Learn how we can explore these very small, very important objects.

Neutrinos are very light (or possibly massless) particles that barly interact with matter, yet their properties are the subject of great interest and importance. They are under investigation in a number of important experiments. The Standard Model
The Standard Model of particle physics describes our knowledge of the particles and forces that make up the universe. It is a Quantum mechanical theory that incorporates electromagnetism with the weak and the strong nuclear interactions (the forces between charged particles, particles in the nuclei of atoms, and the forces between the quarks respectively). Particle Adventure Best of the Net Learn about quarks, neutrinos, antimatter, extra dimensions, dark matter,accelerators and particle detectors in this flash enabled tour produced by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Accessible to everyone.

66. The Hampton University Particle Physics Group Education Page
Describes the work of the Hampton University particle physics group in the ATLAS project as well as Category Science Physics Education Nuclear and particle physics...... This site has information and links on particle physics, the ATLAS Detector at CERN,and QuarkNet. The Hampton University particle physics Group Education Page.
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The Hampton University Particle Physics Group Education Page
Main Page Hampton University HU Particle Physics Group Particle Physics LINKS ... International Collaboration
This homepage is part of the Education and Outreach effort of the Hampton University Particle Physics Group . Our goals in education include:
  • Increasing public awareness and understanding of Particle Physics in general and of our work on the ATLAS Detector for the new Large Hadron Collider scheduled to go online at CERN in 2005
  • Providing a resource for pre-college students and teachers in Physics education and research
  • Fostering the reform and/or enhancement of Physics Education by offering the inquiry-based and collaborative methods of Particle Physics as a paradigm
  • Exploring international collaboration in Physics education and research
  • Exploring interdisciplinary collaborations
  • Fulfillment of the HU Particle Physics Group's role in QuarkNet , a national program sponsored by NSF and DOE designed to bring students and teachers into the Particle Physics research community
Now that we have moved into our new facility on the campus of Hampton University and as we continue to develop both as a Group and through our participation in QuarkNet , we hope to make more and more resources available to the community. We encourage

67. Isaac Newton Group Of Telescopes
The Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes (ING) operates the 4.2m William Herschel Telescope, the 2.5m Isaac Newton Telescope and the 1.0m Jacobus Kapteyn Telescope on behalf of the particle physics and Astronomy Research Council (PPARC) of the United Kingdom and the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NWO) of the Netherlands. The ING is located at the Roque de Los Muchachos Observatory, La Palma, Spain.
News: ING Announcement of Opportunity for Observing Time in 2003B Change to PATT Submission Deadlines First light on LIRIS ING Newsletter No. 6 ... Satellites and Tidal Streams Conference The Isaac Newton Group of Telescopes has been selected to receive the Griffith Observatory Star Award for excellence in promoting astronomy to the public through the World Wide Web ING web site: UK mirror site:

68. The University Of Melbourne - School Of Physics - Experimental Particle Physics
Geneva showing CERN, the LHC and the Alps, The University of Melbourne,The Melbourne Experimental particle physics Group. Experimental
The Melbourne Experimental Particle Physics Group
Experimental Particle Physics (EPP) is the experimental arm of high energy particle physics. Our research is in probing matter to discover the underlying structure of matter; attempting to answer the age old question `What are we made of?' We are part of the Australian Institue for High Energy Physics, AusHEP
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69. Experimental Particle Physics Department (F9)
Experimental particle physics Department (F9) Research in experimental particlephysics depends on large particle accelerators and complex detectors.
Experimental Particle Physics Department (F9)
Jozef Stefan Institute,
Jamova 39, P.O.B. 3000 SI - 1001 Ljubljana Slovenia
Phone: +386 1 477 3742 Fax: +386 1 425 7074
Introduction to the department
Department for Experimental Particle Physics at Jozef Stefan Institute cooperates closely with the Department of Physics at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Faculty of Electrical Engineering (both University of Ljubljana) and the Department of Astroparticle Physics at Nova Gorica Polytechnic
Research Activities
Research in experimental particle physics depends on large particle accelerators and complex detectors. Experiments are therefore conducted in a few large research centres around the world and are based on team work and international cooperation. Researchers of our department are members of seven high-energy physics collaborations:
Detector Development Laboratory
Not all the work can be done in international research centres. A lot can and has to be done in home laboratories, as for example the research and development of new particle detectors, that will be used in joint experiments. We put an effort in transferring the new technologies and techniques in other fields, notably medicine and environmental science. The current projects are:

70. The Mechanism That Makes Fundamental Mass
Page devoted to the symmetry breaking, the mechanism that makes all mass.
The Mechanism That Makes Fundamental Mass
In Particle Physics,
the Greatest Unsolved Problem
Is the Mechanism That Makes All Mass.
E verything in the world has mass, and since everything is made up of atoms of electrons, protons and neutrons, the mass of everything is due to the mass of these subatomic particles. A proton weighs about 2000 times the weight of an electron. A neutron is slightly heavier than a proton.
What Is the Standard Model?
During the last part of the 20th century, physicists have constructed a theory of subatomic particles and their interactions known as the Standard Model of particle physics. Three forces operate in this microscopic world: electromagnetism, which encompasses the electric and magnetic forces; the strong nuclear force, which holds the protons and neutrons together in the nucleus, or heavy central core of an atom; and the weak subnuclear force, which causes some nuclei to decay in radioactive processes and helps to generate energy at the center of the Sun. The weak subnuclear force and electromagnetism have been unified into a single structure known as the electroweak theory. One of the great principles of particle physics
is that all forces are created through the exchange
of a special set of particles called gauge bosons.

71. God Particle Possibly Discovered
A report on one of the potentially most important discoveries of the new millennium, along with a summary of the standard model of particle physics.

72. European Particle Physics Outreach Group: Home Page
European particle physics Outreach Group. Public Web pages Everythingabout studing, working in and finding out about particle physics.
European Particle Physics Outreach Group
The " European Particle Physics Outreach Group " is a network of people, representing the CERN member states, who are involved with the dissemination of information in the field of Particle Physics.
Click here for a list of all the members including e-mail and postal addresses.
  • Public Web pages
    Everything about studing, working in
    and finding out about Particle Physics.
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73. Light Quantum Field
Introduces new achievements of research in light quantum physics and particle physics.

III. ELEMENTARY particle physics TODAY. A. INTRODUCTION The study of the top quarkand its properties represents an exciting frontier for particle physics.
A. INTRODUCTION High-energy physics is the search for elementary particles and basic laws of nature. What are the smallest building blocks out of which protons, neutrons, atoms, and all matter are made? Do such elementary particles exist?; and if so, what are they? This search to unveil the elementary constituents of matter, along with the forces that link them, involves distances thousands of times smaller than nuclear sizes, about one ten trillionth of a centimeter, or 10-13cm. Accelerators must have very large energies to probe nature at such small distances. The ultimate goal of this quest is a view of the underlying first principles that govern our entire physical universe. In recent years, we have realized a strong and growing synergism between the physics of short distances and the properties and large- scale structure of the universe. This development reflects the unity of science as explored on both the high-energy and particle astrophysics frontiers. With this connection, we are now addressing some of the most basic questions one can ask: How did our physical universe begin? How did it evolve to its present state? What will be its final fate? Over the past several decades, experimental discoveries and theoretical insights have significantly advanced our understanding of the elementary particles and their forces. We now know that electrons, protons, and neutrons make up the visible matter all around us, but only the electron appears to be a point-like elementary particle. Protons and neutrons are bound states of more basic constituents, the up and down quarks. Those quarks are permanently bound or confined by what are called strong interactions or forces.

75. General Systems, Unified Field Theory, Cosmology, Gravity: John Gowan's Homepage
Articles on gravitation, cosmology, unified field theory, particle physics, and general systems.

76. Homepage Von Jürgen Reuter
Doctoral student at the University at Darmstadt. Includes links to particle physics, work and private interests.
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77. Department Of Physics & Astronomy - Particle Physics Theory
lattice algorithms, and other nonperturbative techniques such as theexact renormalisation group. The particle physics Theory Group.
The PPT Group aims to increase our understanding of the Standard Model, to confront it with experiment and to seek physics beyond it. The main focus is on perturbative and non-perturbative calculations in QCD. Current areas of activity include analytical and numerical studies of lattice QCD - spectrum, matrix element, form factor and structure function calculations for light and heavy quark systems using improved actions - and recent developments in collider physics - unpolarised and polarised structure functions, small x resummation, heavy quark and Higgs production, SUSY phenomenology, and other ideas for physics beyond the Standard Model. There is a growing interest, in common with the PPE Group, in B physics and CP violation. Other interests of the Group include inflationary models of the early Universe, the phase structure and dynamics of electro-weak models, chiral fermions, improved lattice algorithms, and other non-perturbative techniques such as the exact renormalisation group.
The Particle Physics Theory Group
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78. QMW HEP WWW Welcome Page
Group members, jobs and studentships, experiments and projects, internal and external resources.Category Reference Education Queen Mary...... The UK HEP Grid Project. Local particle physics Events. The particle physics Masterclass2003. Some General information about High Energy particle physics.
Welcome to the High Energy Physics Group's WWW server at Queen Mary, University of London
Information about Our Group
Jobs and Studentships
Experiments and Projects
Local Particle Physics Events
Some General information about High Energy Particle Physics
Links to Other Local Servers
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79. Institute For Particle Physics
Welcome On the following pages you will learn more about our research activities and on particle physics in general. IPP ETH Web Office Contact Imprint

80. COSMO-02, Particle Physics And The Early Universe
COSMO02, cosmo02, International Workshop on particle physics and theEarly Universe, Chicago, Adler Planetarium. COSMO-02. International
International Workshop on Particle Physics and the Early Universe
Chicago, Illinois, USA
September 18-21, 2002
Sponsored by the
Center for Cosmological Physics,
University of Chicago;
Theoretical Astrophysics Group,
and the Adler Planetarium
Cosmo-02 has come and gone. Here you can find some of the important products of the conference, including video recordings of plenary talks, and links to proceedings articles when they have been provided. For nostalgia's sake you may wish to look at the old Cosmo-02 page , while more forward-thinking folks may wish to check out Cosmo-03 , to be held in Ambleside (UK) in September 2003. Available here:

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