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  • == Particle Physics == Wiki page for Bergen University Particle Physics Group. . (We also have our internal Wiki,
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  • == Particle Physics == Wiki page for Bergen University Particle Physics Group. . (We also have our internal Wiki,
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  • Postdoctoral Research Fellowship/Researcher position (Experimental Particle Physics) ...TION AS POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW / RESEARCHER - Experimental Particle Physics in ATLAS experiment
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  • ...RIEG project, with participants from Bergen High Energy Physics Group, and Particle Theory Group, Bergen particle physics group twiki:
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  • ...ing and can be pertinent to all HEPP project members (High Energy Particle Physics). == Particle Physics Group Meetings/Seminars/Tutorials ==
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  • =Astroparticle physics= Astroparticle physics combines our knowledge of how fundamental particles interact with observations of our universe. Great advances in understandi
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  • * [[Experimental Nuclear Physics group]] * [[Particle Physics group]]
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  • ...nitoring of the ATLAS Inner Detector and search for New Physics with heavy particles. [[File:Arshak_Thesis.pdf]] * Jan Lindros, May 2016, Beyond the Standard Models in Particle Physics and Cosmology [[File:PhDthesis-jan-lindroos.pdf]]
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  • Title: Bergen Particle Physics seminar
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  • [[Category:Particle Physics]]
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  • [[Category:Particle Physics]]
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  • The aim of our research is to study high energy particle detectors, and to develop new detectors for the future. In particular, we * 26.09. - 30.09.11: TWEPP-11 Topical Workshop On Electronics For Particle Physics, Vienna (http://twepp11.hephy.at/)
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  • [[Category:Particle Physics]]
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  • The top quark is the heaviest quark in the Standard Model of particle physics (SM) with a mass of M<sub>t</sub>>170 GeV. It was discovered relatively
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  • ...With this, we hope to contribute to bridging the gap between the particle physics research and the medical technology to fully take advantage of the latest ...quisition speed and sensitivity are two central challenges for high energy physics. In addition, these detectors can be used to develop Time-of-Flight measur
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  • ...for the characterisation of arrays of pixel sensors for photons and charge particles, June 2010] ...con Photomultiplier - A new device for High Energy Physics,. Astroparticle Physics, Industrial and Medical Applications, 2006]
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  • ;'''DPD''' '''''Derived Physics Data''''' events for a physics process defined in one of the <tt>jobOptions</tt> files
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  • ...simulations can be made with the binaries, such as beam settings, certain physics settings as well as geometry objects pre-defined to be variable. ...th some GATE specific commands) are needed to build the geometry, scoring, physics and beam. The output is also defined in the macro files, either to ASCII f
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  • ...strong enough to be detected by small antennas on Earth’s surface. Charged particles spiraling around Jupiter’s magnetic field lines near both magnetic pole ...n, time signals, submarine communication, wireless heart rate monitors, geophysics
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