The HiLumi LHC Design Study is drawing on expertise from around the world in setting the scope for a high-luminosity upgrade.
Supersymmetry (SUSY) is still one of the strong candidates for physics beyond the Standard Model that could be detected in proton–proton collisions at the LHC.
Highlights from the EPS-HEP 2011 meeting.
Impressive results, and so much more to come: this is the general feeling that more than 800 participants took home from the International Europhysics Conference on High-Energy Physics, EPS-HEP 2011,...
The first major conference since the LHC started to deliver significant luminosities provided the opportunity for the experiments to begin to work together on certain results.
The CMS collaboration contributed more than 30 new or updated physics analyses at EPS-HEP 2011.
The SuperB project involves the construction underground of a new asymmetric high-luminosity electron–positron collider.
The CDF collaboration at Fermilab’s Tevatron has published two measurements that hint at the existence of physics beyond the well tested Standard Model of particles and their interactions.
Only a few months after the end of the 2010 data taking, the ATLAS experiment is entering its discovery phase at the LHC.
CERN has announced that the LHC will run through to the end of 2012, with a short technical stop at the end of 2011.