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Hadron Collider Physics 2005

Hadron Collider Physics 2005

Author: Mario Campanelli

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540328414

Category: Science

Page: 357

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This book gathers the proceedings of The Hadron Collider Physics Symposia (HCP) 2005, and reviews the state-of-the-art in the key physics directions of experimental hadron collider research. Topics include QCD physics, precision electroweak physics, c-, b-, and t-quark physics, physics beyond the Standard Model, and heavy ion physics. The present volume serves as a reference for everyone working in the field of accelerator-based high-energy physics.

Collider Physics

Collider Physics

Author: Vernon D. Barger

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780429973697

Category: Science

Page: 321

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This updated edition of Collider Physics surveys the major developments in theoretical and experimental particle physics and uses numerous illustrations to show how the Standard Model explains the experimental results. Collider Physics offers an introduction to the fundamental particles and their interactions at the level of a lecture course for graduate students, with emphasis on the aspects most closely related to colliders--past, present, and future. It includes expectations for new physics associated with Higgs bosons and supersymmetry. This resourceful book shows how to make practical calculations and serves a dual purpose as a textbook and a handbook for collider physics phenomenology.

Hadron Collider Physics 2002

Hadron Collider Physics 2002

Author: Martin Erdmann

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642555244

Category: Science

Page: 529

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Hadron colliders probe physics at new energy frontiers and search for new particles and forces. In addition, hadron colliders now provide also an environment for precision physics. The present volume collects the results from recently completed runs at major colliders as well as new ideas about collider physics and techniques. It will serve as the main source of reference in the field for many years to come.

Linear Collider Physics in the New Millennium

Linear Collider Physics in the New Millennium

Author: Keisuke Fujii

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789812389084

Category: Science

Page: 520

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The high energy electron-positron linear collider is expected to provide crucial clues to many of the fundamental questions of our time: What is the nature of electroweak symmetry breaking? Does a Standard Model Higgs boson exist, or does nature take the route of supersymmetry, technicolor or extra dimensions, or none of the foregoing? This invaluable book is a collection of articles written by experts on many of the most important topics which the linear collider will focus on. It is aimed primarily at graduate students but will undoubtedly be useful also to any active researcher on the physics of the next generation linear collider.

Proton-Antiproton Collider Physics

Proton-Antiproton Collider Physics

Author: G Altarelli

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789814590914

Category: Science

Page: 416

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This volume reviews the physics studied at the CERN proton-antiproton collider during its first phase of operation, from the first physics run in 1981 to the last one at the end of 1985. The volume consists of a series of review articles written by physicists who are actively involved with the collider research program. The first article describes the proton-antiproton collider facility itself, including the antiproton source and its principle of operation based on stochastic cooling. The subsequent six articles deal with the various physics subjects studied at the collider. Each article describes in detail the experimental results on a particular subject, and also provides the theoretical framework necessary for their interpretation. Finally the last two articles discuss the physics expectations from the improved collider (the so-called ACOL program, which has just started operation), and also from the next generation of “supercolliders” which are being considered both in Europe and in the United States America. Contents: The CERN pp Collider (L Evans et al.)Elastic Scattering and Total Cross-Section (A Martin & G Matthiae)Properties of Soft Proton-Antiproton Collisions (D R Ward)The Physics of Hadronic Jets (R K Ellis & W G Scott)Physics of the Intermediate Vector Bosons (G Altarelli & L Di Lella)Heavy Flavour Production (M Della Negra & G Martinelli)Searches for New Physics (J Ellis & F Pauss)Physics at the Improved CERN pp Collider (D Froidevaux & P Jenni)Physics for Future Supercolliders (G L Kane) Readership: High energy physicists. Keywords:Particle Physics;Hadronic Interactions;Quantum Chromodynamics;Collider;Proton

Anomaly! Collider Physics And The Quest For New Phenomena At Fermilab

Anomaly! Collider Physics And The Quest For New Phenomena At Fermilab

Author: Dorigo Tommaso

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9781786341136

Category: Science

Page: 304

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From the mid-1980s, an international collaboration of 600 physicists embarked on the investigation of subnuclear physics at the high-energy frontier. As well as discovering the top quark, the heaviest elementary particle ever observed, the physicists analyzed their data to seek signals of new physics which could revolutionize our understanding of nature. Anomaly! tells the story of that quest, and focuses specifically on the finding of several unexplained effects which were unearthed in the process. These anomalies proved highly controversial within the large team: to some collaborators they called for immediate publication, while to others their divulgation threatened to jeopardize the reputation of the experiment. Written in a confidential, narrative style, this book looks at the sociology of a large scientific collaboration, providing insight in the relationships between top physicists at the turn of the millennium. The stories offer an insider's view of the life cycle of the "failed" discoveries that unavoidably accompany even the greatest endeavors in modern particle physics.

Hadron Collider Physics - Proceedings Of The Xi Symposium

Hadron Collider Physics - Proceedings Of The Xi Symposium

Author: Bisello D

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789814547024

Category:

Page: 812

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The Kobayashi-Maskawa Institute for the Origin of Particles and the Universe (KMI) was founded at Nagoya University in 2010 under the directorship of T Maskawa, in celebration of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physics for M Kobayashi and T Maskawa, both who are alumni of Nagoya University. In commemoration of the new KMI building in 2011, the KMI Inauguration Conference (KMIIN) was organized to discuss perspectives of various fields — both theoretical and experimental studies of particle physics and astrophysics — as the main objectives of the KMI activity.This proceedings contains a welcome address by T Maskawa conveying his hopes for KMI to create new revolutionary directions in the spirit of Shoichi Sakata, a great mentor of both Maskawa and Kobayashi. Invited speakers, world-leading scientists in the fields, and the young scientists at KMI contributed to this volume containing theoretical studies of strongly coupled gauge theories in view of LHC phenomenology, string theory approach and lattice studies as well as hot/dense QCD system, and also super-symmetric GUT models, etc., together with experimental studies of LHC physics, B physics, neutrino physics and the related astrophysics and cosmology. The volume yields a unique synergy of particle physics and astrophysics, closely related to the main activity of KMI encompassing particle theory (including lattice computer simulations), particle physics experiments, cosmology, and astrophysics observations.

Trends in Collider Spin Physics

Trends in Collider Spin Physics

Author: Y Onel

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789814547116

Category:

Page: 320

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The volume presents an up-to-date survey of spin physics at the very high energies of present and future colliders. Topics discussed include the theory of high-energy spin physics, deep-inelastic scattering, polarization experiments at colliders, the production of high-energy polarized electron and proton beams, the construction of intense polarized sources and high-energy polarimeters. It will represent a significant reference in the field and an informative text for non-specialists as well, with rather complete keynote overview reports by some physicists who have contributed most to the subject. In addition, it will document the character of frontier research symposium of the Conference, with specialized reports of leading experts in the various items of the field. Contents:The Context of High Energy QCD Spin Physics (R L Jaffe)SPIN Collaboration and Polarized Proton Beams (A D Krisch)Spin Physics at RHIC: A New Twist on the Heavy Ion Experiments (M J Tannenbaum)The Problem of the Spin of the Proton and Elastic Neutrino-Proton Scattering (S M Bilenky et al)Handedness: Status and Puzzles (A Efremov et al)SLD Physics with Polarized Beams (J R Johnson)Longitudinal Electron Polarization at HERA and Prospects for Proton Polarization at Very High Energy (D P Barber)Collider Spin Physics at RHIC and STAR (A Yokosawa)Spin Structure of the Nucleon and Further Perspectives of Spin Physics from PHENIX (N Saito)Evolution of the Spin-Splitter Concept (N Akchurin et al)Summary of Experimental Data on High Energy Spin Physics (S B Nuruschev)and other papers Readership: High energy physicists. keywords:

Collider Physics

Collider Physics

Author: J. Brau

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company Incorporated

ISBN: UCAL:$B297021

Category: Science

Page: 518

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Hadron Collider Physics

Hadron Collider Physics

Author: Harry Weerts

Publisher: American Institute of Physics

ISBN: UOM:39015062444263

Category: Science

Page: 492

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