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  1. Pixel Detectors: From Fundamentals to Applications (Particle Acceleration and Detection) by Leonardo Rossi, Peter Fischer, et all 2009-12-15
  2. Lie Algebras In Particle Physics: from Isospin To Unified Theories (Frontiers in Physics) (Volume 0) by Howard Georgi, 1999-10-22
  3. Advanced Particle Physics Volume I: Particles, Fields, and Quantum Electrodynamics by Oleg Boyarkin, 2011-01-19
  4. A Modern Introduction to Particle Physics (High Energy Physics) by Fayyazuddin, Riazuddin, 2000-09-29
  5. Symmetries and Conservations Laws in Particle Physics: An Introduction to Group Theory for Particle Physicists by Stephen Haywood, 2010-11-28
  6. The Physics of Particle Detectors (Cambridge Monographs on Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics and Cosmology) by Dan Green, 2005-07-14
  7. Atomic Physics (Oxford Master Series in Atomic, Optical and Laser Physics) by Christopher J. Foot, 2005-02-10
  8. Geometry of the Standard Model of Elementary Particles (Theoretical and Mathematical Physics) by Andrzej Derdzinski, 1992-04-23
  9. Physics of Nuclei & Particles (v. 2) by Pierre Marmier, Eric Sheldon, 1986-01
  10. Elementary Particle Physics (Student Physics Series) by I.R. Kenyon, 1989-12-31
  11. The Pinch Technique and its Applications to Non-Abelian Gauge Theories (Cambridge Monographs on Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics and Cosmology) by John M. Cornwall, Joannis Papavassiliou, et all 2011-01-31
  12. Particle Physics: A Beginner's Guide by Brian R. Martin, 2011-04-16
  13. Nuclear and Particle Physics by W. S. C. Williams, 1991-05-30
  14. An Introduction to the Physics of Nuclei and Particles by Richard Dunlap, 2003-03-17

81. An Introduction To Quantum Cosmology
This is an introductory set of lecture notes on quantum cosmology, given to an audience with interests ranging from astronomy to particle physics.
An introduction to quantum cosmology
D.L. Wiltshire
ADP-95-11/M28, gr-qc/0101003
in Cosmology: The Physics of the Universe, Proceedings of the 8th Physics Summer School, A.N.U, Jan-Feb, 1995 , eds. B. Robson, N. Visvanathan and W.S. Woolcock (World Scientific, Singapore, 1996), pp. 473-531. ISBN 981-02-2513-X. This is an introductory set of lecture notes on quantum cosmology, given to an audience with interests ranging from astronomy to particle physics. Topics covered:
    1. Introduction
    • 1.1 Quantum cosmology and quantum gravity
    • 1.2 A brief history of quantum cosmology
    2. Hamiltonian Formulation of General Relativity
    • 2.1 The 3+1 decomposition
    • 2.2 The action
    3. Quantisation
    • 3.1 Superspace
    • 3.2 Canonical quantisation
    • 3.3 Path integral quantisation
    • 3.4 Minisuperspace
    • 3.5 The WKB approximation
    • 3.6 Probability measures
    • 3.7 Minisuperspace for the Friedmann universe with massive scalar field
    4. Boundary Conditions
    • 4.1 The no-boundary proposal
    • 4.2 The tunneling proposal
    5. The Predictions of Quantum Cosmology
    • 5.1 The period of inflation
    • 5.2 The origin of density perturbations

82. Hampton University Particle Physics
Hampton University particle physics. The particle physics group atHampton University is working on the ATLAS detector, to go into
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The particle physics group at Hampton University is working on the ATLAS detector , to go into operation at the Large Hadron Collider at the CERN Laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland. Hampton University , located in S.E. Virginia, is a comprehensive institution of higher education, dedicated to the promotion of learning, building of character and preparation of promising students for positions of leadership and service. Its curriculum emphasis is scientific and professional with a strong liberal arts undergirding. An historically black institution, Hampton University is committed to multiculturalism.
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83. Topological Defects
This is an introductory set of lecture notes on topological defects, given to an audience with interests ranging from astronomy to particle physics.
Topological defects
S.J. Poletti
in Cosmology: The Physics of the Universe, Proceedings of the 8th Physics Summer School, A.N.U, Jan-Feb, 1995 , eds. B. Robson, N. Visvanathan and W.S. Woolcock (World Scientific, Singapore, 1996), pp. 308-333. ISBN 981-02-2513-X. This is an introductory set of lecture notes on topological defects, given to an audience with interests ranging from astronomy to particle physics. Topics covered:
    1. Introduction 2. What is a Topological Defect? 3. Nielsen-Olesen Vortex. 4. Formation of Cosmic Strings. 5. Monopoles and Domain Walls. 6. Physical Description of Cosmic Strings. 7. Evolution of the String Network. 8. Observational Consequences of Cosmic Strings.
    • 8.1 Gravitational Lensing.
    • 8.2 Cosmic Microwave Anisotropies.
    • 8.3 Density Perturbations.
    • 8.4 Gravitational Radiation.
    • 8.5 Cosmic Rays.
    9. Global Textures.
The paper (26 pages, 14 figures) is available as:
  • a gzipped tar file containing plain TeX source cosmic.tex, a tex input reformat.tex and the figures - download, gunzip it and TeX. TeX needs epsf.tex, harvmac.tex
  • 84. U-M Particle Theory
    Welcome to the home page of the High Energy particle physics Theory Group atthe University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. NEXT SEMINAR March 21, 2003
    Welcome to the home page of the High Energy Particle Physics Theory Group at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. NEXT SEMINAR: March 21, 2003 "AdS/CFT Correspondence at Finite Temperature and Hydrodynamics"
    Chris Herzog (KITP Santa Barbara) 2:30 PM Friday 335 West Hall
    The Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics
    General Information

    85. Content
    Site seeks to explain the origins of matter and current highenergy research regarding the conditions of the early universe. The information presented here is published in booklet form by the particle physics and Astronomy Research Council (PPARC).
    Big Bang Science
    ...exploring the origins of matter
    The information presented here is published in booklet form by the Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council (PPARC). Printed copies of the booklet entitled "Big Bang Science" may be obtained by contacting PPARC at : Public Relations Office,
    Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council,
    Polaris House,
    North Star Avenue,
    Telephone: 01793 - 442098
    Fax: 01793 - 442002

    86. GridPP - The UK Grid For Particle Physics
    A Grid for UK particle physics - a collaboration of Particle Physicists and Computing Scientists from Category Science Physics Particle Research Centers......The Grid for UK particle physics. The GridPP Project. From Web toGrid Building the next IT Revolution. GridPP is a collaboration
    The Grid for UK Particle Physics
    The GridPP Project
    From Web to Grid - Building the next IT Revolution
    GridPP is a collaboration of Particle Physicists and Computing Scientists from the UK and CERN, who are building a Grid for Particle Physics. more vision posters Latest News: Mon 17 March 2003: EDG Tutorial at Imperial College
    For further details and other news items go here Job Opportunities Training Click on the pictures for the current status
    To learn more about GridPP please click here or contact Steve Lloyd who is Chair of the GridPP Collaboration Board. GridPP Open Source Policy Last updated Tue 11 March 2003 . View page history Switch to HTTPS Website Help Print View . Built with GridSite

    Introduce the new achievements of research of light quantum physics and particle physics.
    LIGHT QUANTUM FIELD E-mail: ENGLISH FIRST PAGE CHINESE FIRST PAGE (Simplified chinese) web maker ruan cheng-zhi editor ruan wen-liag Shanghai China.

    88. Introduction To Particle Physics: Menu
    Atoms to quarks, quantum physics, the big bang, and newer theories about matter.Category Science Physics Education Nuclear and particle physics...... QUANTUM PHYSICS Photons and waveparticle duality Orbitals and Heisenberg'sPrinciple Pauli's Principle, Fermions and Bosons Quantum Inseparability.
    Web Site Menu:
    = crazyflash resume! WELCOME PAGE INTRODUCTION HISTORY OF THE ATOM THE CLASSIC ATOM: The proton and the periodic table
    The neutron

    Electrons and molecules

    QUANTUM PHYSICS Photons and wave-particle duality
    Orbitals and Heisenberg's Principle

    Pauli's Principle, Fermions and Bosons

    Quantum Inseparability
    MATTER TODAY Quarks and neutrinos
    Antimatter and other families of particles
    THE 4 INTERACTIONS: Generalities

    Electromagnetic force
    The strong force ... The weak force CURRENT THEORIES: The standard model The electroweak and electronuclear force Superforce, supersymetry and superstrings Big Bang 1: birth of light ... Bibliography (french) and web sites (french) MY GUESTBOOK FOR YOU! And now, to start our journey into the infinitesimally small... CLICK ON THE SPACE SHIP

    89. Indexb1
    The Institute of particle physics L’Institut de la Physiquedes Particules. Director Dr. Richard Keeler about IPP
    The Institute of Particle Physics
    L’Institut de la Physique des Particules Director: Dr. Richard Keeler about IPP members of council
    IPP program
    institutional members ... research scientist position available
    associated documents: Five-year outlook on the IPP research programme – IPP Council postscript file Proposal on TRIUMF infrastructure for subatomic physics TRIUMF five-year plan NSERC SAP GSC chair’s reports

    90. BUBL LINK / 5:15 Internet Resources: Particle Physics
    PDG is an international collaboration that reviews particle physics and relatedareas of astrophysics, and compiles or analyses data on particle properties.
    BUBL LINK / 5:15 Catalogue of Internet Resources Home Search Subject Menus A-Z ... About
    Particle physics
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  • Basics of NMR
  • Center for Particle Astrophysics
  • Fermilab: Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
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  • Statistical Mechanics Page last updated: 04 July 2002 Comments:
    Basics of NMR
    Hypertextbook covering the physics and mathematics behind Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR). Includes chapters on spin physics, spectroscopy and pulse sequences, and provides explanatory graphics which can be viewed alongside the text, a glossary and a list of symbols.
    Author: Joseph P Hornak
    Subjects: molecular modelling, nuclear energy, particle physics, spectroscopy
    Location: usa
    Last checked:
    Center for Particle Astrophysics
    National centre which plays a leading role in the investigation of the central scientific problem of dark matter while developing a new model of scientific research more attuned to the multi-disciplinary nature of the environment.
    Author: University of California Berkeley
    Subjects: astrophysics, particle physics
  • 91. Journal Of Physics G: Nuclear And Particle Physics
    Nuclear and particle physics Journal from the Institute of Physics (UK)
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    92. Particle Physics
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    93. UK Theoretical Particle Physics Jobs Rumour Mill
    UK Theoretical particle physics Jobs Rumour Mill. This is an informalrumour board providing (hopefully) useful information about
    UK Theoretical Particle Physics Jobs Rumour Mill
    This is an informal rumour board providing (hopefully) useful information about careers in particle physics research in the UK. We cannot guarantee that any information is accurate. This information is provided as a public service, no warranty is expressed or implied. Your mileage may vary. Related rumour boards are to be found for US theory jobs US experimental jobs US nuclear theory Austria/Germany/Swiss ... Portugal and Greece . Job announcements may be found at TIPTOP Links to UK theory groups web pages. Imperial have a guide to postdoc applications.
    Jobs and 5 Year fellowships for 2002-2003 Academic Year
    Durham (IPPP) (deadline 11th Apr) Short List:
    Offered to:

    Southampton Short List:
    Stefano Moretti (Durham)
    Offered to:
    Stefano Moretti (accepted)
    (deadline Jan 24th) Short List:
    Athanasios Dedes (Munich)
    Robert Harlander (CERN)
    Michael Klasen (DESY) Offered to: PPARC Advanced Fellowships (deadline Oct 15th) Short List: Sanjaye Ramgoolam (Brown) Offered to: Sanjaye Ramgoolam (with QMW) Royal Society Fellowships (deadline Jan 29th) Short List: Offered to:
    Other Theorist 2002-2003 Shuffles:
    Mike Seymour (Manchester) 3+2 year staff position at CERN (accepted)
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    94. Nuclear And Particle Physics - Rensselaer
    particle physics. particle physics Links. A Long Range Plan for NuclearScience; Division of Nuclear Physics of the American Physical Society;
    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    Department of Physics, Applied Physics, and Astronomy

    110 Eighth Street, Troy, New York 12180-3590 USA
    Tel: (518) 276-6310, Fax: (518) 276-6680, PARTICLE PHYSICS Rensselaer has a long tradition of research with electron accelerators, and we have established leadership in several areas in this field. Our present focus is on the structure of strongly interacting matter, ie. baryons and mesons, in terms of the fundamental quarks and gluons from which they are composed, and their connection to the theory of strong interactions known as Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD). The core of this research group consists of Professors Gary Adams, Jim Napolitano and Paul Stoler, several postdoctoral associates, and graduate students who play a central role in the group's research. Our experimental research has been continuously funded by the National Science Foundation. One of our main areas of research is the search for exotic mesons, that is mesons whose existence cannot be explained in terms of the normal constituent quark-antiquark pairs. Instead, these exotic mesons are predicted to consist of constituent gluonic matter as well as quarks and antiquarks. A major search was carried out at Brookhaven National Laboratory's Alternate Gradient Synchrotron (AGS), and several candidates for exotic matter have been identified. Several RPI PhD theses have been based upon this work. The RPI group is now involved in planning and constructing a future facility at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Laboratory (JLAB). This facility is designed to increase the power of the searches for these exotic mesons. The study of meson spectroscopy is currently centered at the JLAB CLAS detector.

    95. Visit The SLAC Virtual Visitor Center
    Information provided by SLAC for informing the general public about particle physics.
    The Virtual Visitor Center home page has moved! The new location is: This page should have automatically redirected. If you are seeing this page, please use the link above to go to the page.

    96. Particle Physics Masterclass
    High Energy particle physics Group Institute of Physics The Nationalparticle physics Masterclass particle physics Masterclasses 2003.
    High Energy Particle Physics Group Institute of Physics
    The National Particle Physics Masterclass
    An annual series of one day events aimed at Sixth Formers
    and their teachers. They are organised by the High Energy Particle Physics Group of the Institute of Physics and take place in March - May each year. General information about the National Particle Physics Masterclass 2003 here
    Dates, Venues and Contacts for the 2003 programme here
    Reviews of the 1999 and 2000 programmes here Information about the Masterclass Programme: Contact Andrew Morrison at
    Information about individual Masterclasses: Contact individual institute - see Dates, Venues and Contacts Updated 23rd January 2003 Home
    Particle Physics Masterclasses 2003 The National Particle Physics Masterclasses are a popular series of one day events for sixth form students and their teachers, run by practising particle physics researchers at various institutes all over the country and co-ordinated through the Institute of Physics. 2003 will see the seventh year of the Masterclasses, which have proved to be stimulating and informative for thousands of students and hundreds of schools. You can read reviews of the 1999 and 2000 programmes here . These classes provide excellent support for the material on Particle Physics which is in many 16+ curricula.

    97. BBC News | SCI/TECH | Particle Physics Telescope Explodes
    Monday, 19 November, 2001, 1249 GMT particle physics telescope explodes A defectivephotomultiplier tube exploded, setting off a chain reaction By BBC News
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    SERVICES Daily E-mail News Ticker Mobiles/PDAs Feedback ... Low Graphics Monday, 19 November, 2001, 12:49 GMT Particle physics telescope explodes
    A defective photomultiplier tube exploded, setting off a chain reaction
    By BBC News Online science editor Dr David Whitehouse One of the world's leading particle physics instruments has been severely damaged in an accident.
    We will rebuild the detector. There is no question
    Yoji Totsuka, Kamioka Observatory The underground Super-Kamiokande Observatory in Japan detects elusive neutrino particles from space by using photomultiplier tubes to register the flashes of light they produce when they pass through a huge tank of water. On 12 November, one of the photomultiplier tubes exploded causing a chain reaction that resulted in most of the other 11,200 light detectors also blowing up. Scientists say the accident is a major setback, as Super-Kamiokande has produced spectacular results, helping to answer long-standing questions about the Universe. Super-Kamiokande was the very first detector to establish that neutrinos can change into different types. It was also one of the first detectors to help establish a mass for neutrinos.

    98. Elementary Particle Physics
    Department of Physics Homepage. Elementary particle physics Homepage. Queen MaryHEP Group Homepage. particle physics General Interest. particle physics on the Web.
    Course Organiser Dr S.L.Lloyd
    Relativistic Heavy Ion Gold-Gold Collision in the STAR Detector
    at RHIC, Brookhaven USA. Credit:STAR Collaboration
    Last updated on 30 April 2001 by S.L.Lloyd

    99. Marco Giammarchi
    Research associate at University of Milano. Includes information on particle physics, a short biography, and links to particle physics.

    100. Nat'l Acad Press Catalog: Elementary-Particle Physics:
    Elementaryparticle physics Revealing the Secrets of Energy and MatterCommittee on Elementary-particle physics, National Research Council.

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    Elementary-Particle Physics: Revealing the Secrets of Energy and Matter Committee on Elementary-Particle Physics, National Research Council 192 pages, 6 x 9, 1998.
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    Part of the Physics in a New Era series of assessments of the various branches of the field, Elementary-Particle Physics reviews progress in the field over the past 10 years and recommends actions needed to address the key questions that remain unanswered. It explains in simple terms the present picture of how matter is constructed. As physicists have probed ever deeper into the structure of matter, they have begun to explore one of the most fundamental questions that one can ask about the universe: What gives matter its mass? A new international accelerator to be built at the European laboratory CERN will begin to explore some of the mechanisms proposed to give matter its heft. The committee recommends full U.S. participation in this project as well as various other experiments and studies to be carried out now and in the longer term. Available Available This is part of a series: Physics in a New Era: A Series Other titles in the series:

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