EPPCN

Meetings:

24th EPPCN Meeting at the National Technical Univeristies of Athens, Greece (29-30 Nov 2018) - CERN Indico

23rd EPPCN Meeting (23-24 Apr 2018) CERN, CERN Indico

22th EPPCN Meeting (20-21 Nov 2017) Budapest, Hungary - CERN Indico

21th EPPCN Meeting (04-5 May 2017) - CERN Indico

Contact person:

Dr. Angela Benelli

c/o CERN

Building 506-R012. Route de Meyrin, 385

1217 Meyrin, Switzerland

email

  • Eventi
  • Notizie
  • Pubblicazioni

Fermilab and University of Bern join forces for neutrino physics
  • 08.10.2019
  • CHIPP
  • Comunicato stampa
  • Notizie

Fermilab and University of Bern join forces for neutrino physics

Neutrinos are ubiquitous yet elusive particles that could shed light on the early evolution of the universe. As one of the world’s major laboratories for neutrino physics, Fermilab partners with leading organizations around the globe to get a firmer grasp on these subtle particles.
Panoramica della sala sperimentale di fisica delle alte energie all’Universita di Berna: Callum Wilkinson in piedi vicino a criostato (l’unita di raffreddamento) che contiene quattro dei cubi dell’ultima camera a proiezione temporale del rivelatore ‘vicino’ di DUNE per essere testati.
  • 24.09.2019
  • CHIPP
  • Comunicato stampa
  • Notizie

Callum Wilkinson prepara l’esperimento DUNE all’Università di Berna

Nel 2025, l’esperimento 'Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment' (DUNE) prenderà il via nel nord degli Stati Uniti d’America, vi lavorano i fisici che aspirano a conoscere meglio il neutrino – la particella elementare ancora misteriosa. Una componente importante dell’esperimento DUNE è in costruzione all’Università di Berna.
The particle physicist Michał Rawlik (29), who studied physics at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków and earned his doctorate at ETH Zurich, is awarded the CHIPP Prize 2019. Photo: B. Vogel
  • 28.08.2019
  • CHIPP
  • Comunicato stampa
  • Notizie

CHIPP Prize 2019 goes to PSI researcher Dr. Michał Rawlik

Michał Rawlik, scientist at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETHZ) is awarded the CHIPP Prize 2019. The 29-year-old researcher receives the award for his doctoral thesis on the electric dipole moment of the neutron. The experiment he co-developed could one day help answer the question of why there is much more matter in the universe than antimatter.