¤4.8 million for Projects on the Big Bang and the Higgs particle

Photo: Cern/Hertzog/Ordan Die Experimente der Hamburger Gruppen werden am CMS-De
Photo: Cern/Hertzog/Ordan Die Experimente der Hamburger Gruppen werden am CMS-Detektor am Large-Hadron-Collider durchgeführt.

Several research groups at the Department of Physics at Universität Hamburg will receive almost ¤5 million over the next three years for their joint projects at the world’s largest particle accelerator. With their measurements, they are researching the particles that form the building blocks of all matter.

The scientists from Universität Hamburg’s Institute of Experimental Physics (IEP) have been involved for 20 years in the Compact Muon Solenoid Experiment, or for short --a detector that is part of the world’s most powerful particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider at the European Research Centre CERN in Switzerland. ...

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