The Scientific Themes of DPhP
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The Scientific Themes of DPhP

The three pilars of the DPhP:
Particle Physics, Cosmology, and Instrumentation

DPhP physicists are involved in a dozen international experiments. SPP scientific themes are organised along three main axes:

 

Elementary Constituents and Fundamental Symmetries

  • Tests and extensions of the Standard Model
    • Tevatron Experiment (Fermilab) : D0
    • LHC Experiments (CERN) : ATLAS, CMS
  • Neutrino Physics
    • Long Baseline Experiments : T2K, DUNE, HyperK
    • Neutrinoless Double-Beta Decays : Lumineu
    • Reactor Experiment : Nucifer, Double-Chooz
    • Intense Radioactive Source Experiment : CeSOX
  • Antimatter and Graviation

 

Energetic Content of the Universe

  • Astroparticle Physics and the Quest for Dark Matter
    • Direct Search Experiment : Edelweiss
    • Very-High-Energy Neutrinos : Antares
    • Very-High-Energy Gamma Rays : H.E.S.S., CTA      
  • Cosmologie : Dark Universe and Large Structures
    • CMB : Planck        
    • Supernovae : SNLS
    • BAO : BOSS/eBOSS, DESI    

 

Instrumentation

  • Detector R&D and Future Accelerators 
    • R&D Micro-Pattern Gas Detectors : RD51
    • ATLAS and CMS Detector Upgrades for the High-Lumi LHC
    • Double-Phase Liquid Argon Detector Prototype for DUNE : WA105
    • TPC Detector for a Linear Electron-Positron Collider : ILC/ILD
    • Futur Circular Collider : FCC
  • Medical Imagery (TEP)
  • Alternate Energies 
    • QYOS
 

Last update : 05/18 2018 (4358)

 

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