Nordic network "Discovery Physics at the LHC"

Coming next: 14th Nordic LHC Physics Workshop in Stockholm, 14-16 May, 2007.

This particle physics network explores the physics discovery potential at the Large Hadron Collider, LHC. The aim is to pull together Nordic particle physicists, both theorists and experimentalists, in order to seed new physics ideas, and to study the experimental signatures of new physics. LHC is the main particle physics commitment in the Nordic countries for the next decade, and all the experimental groups are involved in the LHC experiments.
With this network we create new constellations between the Nordic experimental and theoretical particle physicists for exploiting the LHC. By enhancing the know-how among the Nordic physicists for discovery physics at the LHC we will be better prepared for the data analysis and interpretation right from the beginning of LHC operation at the highly competitive environment in the physics community.
Through regional co-operation we will greatly enhance supervision and teaching of research students. The intra-Nordic working groups would have a better possibility of supervising students and raising a new generation of physicists, who will exploit the LHC data. In individual universities there are limited resources for giving up-to-date courses in this rapidly evolving field — the Nordic network will help in concentrating the resources.

Click here University of Bergen
Click here Niels Bohr Institute
Click here University of Stockholm
Click here Helsinki Institute of Physics
Click here NORDITA
Click here University of Oslo
Click here University of Uppsala
Click here Lund, Elementary particle physics
Click here Lund, Department for theoretical physics
Click here The Royal Inst. of Technology (KTH)
Click here LHC physics
Click here The nordic context
Click here The network programme
Click here Network work plan
Click here Network participation
Click here Network meetings
Click here Network statistics: publications and workshops
Network mobility

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