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Current experiments in particle physics

This document lists 703 current high-energy physics experiments, sorted in the following way

LABORATORY

Please send any comments, corrections or updates to: library@slac.stanford.edu.
Information on new experiments can be submitted here.

Last Updated: 07/24/2014


Click on the appropriate letter below to scroll quickly to the desired alphabetical category.

A B C D F G I J K L M N O P R S T U

We also have entries for Astro and non-accelerator experiments.

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A

Argonne Astro ASTRON

B

Beijing

Birmingham U. Bonn U. Brookhaven

C

CERN


c

cern


C

CERN

Cornell

D

Darmstadt, GSI

DESY Dubna, JINR

F

Fermilab

Frascati

G

Gran Sasso

Groningen, KVI

I

Illinois U., Urbana

Indiana U. INFN, LNS

J

Jefferson Lab

Julich, Forschungszentrum

K

Karlsruhe, Forschungszentrum

KEK KEK, Tsukuba

L

LBL, Berkeley

LLNL Los Alamos

M

Mainz U., Inst. Kernphys.

Maryland U. MIT, Bates Linear Accelerator Moscow, ITEP

N

Non-Accelerator Experiments

Novosibirsk

O

Orsay

Osaka U., Res. Ctr. Nucl. Phys.

P

Pittsburgh U.

PSI, Villigen

R

Rutherford


S

Saclay

Serpukhov, IHEP Siegen U. SLAC St. Petersburg, INP Strasbourg, IReS

T

Texas A-M

Tohoku U. Tokyo U., INS TRIUMF

U

Uppsala U., Inst. Theor. Phys., Svedberg Laboratory



Further information
You may also wish to consult the Particle Physics Data System, maintained by the Berkeley Particle Data Group and SLAC Library. The database was updated in August 96. Browse the database from the source, SLAC(SPIRES), or check a copy at Durham(HEPDATA). A printed summary of the current and recent experiments in particle physics, Current Experiments in Particle Physics (LBL-91 Report, 1996 Edition) is now available free of charge from:

Particle Data Group, MS 50-308, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, CA 94720, USA, e-mail: pdg@lbl.gov

(Requests from Europe should be sent to: CERN, Scientific Information Service, CH-1211 Geneva 23, Switzerland, Web page: http://weblib.cern.ch/publreq.php)

Other useful sources of information:

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