Fisica delle Particelle

I fisici delle particelle in svizzera intendono rendere comprensibile ad un pubblico interessato l’ affascinante mondo della ricerca e discutere insieme ai rappresentanti di altre discipline circa l’importanza di essa per la nostra società.

Proton-Proton Collision (LHC, CERN)
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Proton-Proton Collision (LHC, CERN)
Proton-Proton Collision (LHC, CERN)

Modern physics relies on an elegant «Standard Model of particle physics», a quantum field theory based on three symmetries and a symmetry breaking. This theory describes and explains magnificently all experimental results obtained so far. With the discovery of the Higgs particle in 2012 at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, the last missing piece of the Standard Model has been experimentally confirmed. Experiments at CERN and at other international laboratories now continue to test the validity and limits of the Standard Model in ever widening scope. However, for a comprehensive understanding of the laws of nature a theory beyond the Standard Model is needed, which should include gravitation and explain the presence of dark matter and dark energy in the universe.

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  • Notizie
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PARTICLE PHYSICS AT THE CROSSROADS summer school
  • Conferenza pubblica
  • Corso di formazione/aggiornamento
  • Evento culturale
  • Presentazione
  • Wuppertal

Summer School Particle Physics at the Crossroads: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Past, Present and Future of Particle Physics

Aims & Scope
With the discovery of the Higgs boson, the last missing piece of the Standard Model of particle physics has been found. The “hunt” for the Standard Model particles has thus come to an end and new aims and challenges will take centre stage in the practice of particle physics: precision measurements of the Standard Model’s parameters, the search for particles beyond the Standard Model, motivated in part by cosmological evidence, and the exploration of yet uncharted experimental and theoretical territory. To meet these challenges ever more sophisticated and larger experimental facilities will be required as well as an ever more critical assessment of the virtues and shortcomings of various theoretical proposals. A better understanding of this new phase of particle physics calls for a concerted effort of physics and the social sciences reflecting on it.
Maxime Schubiger (EPFL) on behalf of the LHCb collaboration at ICHEP2018
  • 05.07.2018
  • CHIPP
  • Comunicato stampa
  • Notizie

NEWS from ICHEP2018, SEOUL, Korea

Many Swiss physicists are now in Seoul (Korea) for the very prestigious conference ICHEP2018. We report here their latest findings and contributions to the conference.
Lea Caminada in front of the PSI building, where she works as a particle physicist.
  • 25.06.2018
  • CHIPP
  • Notizie

In the triangle Uni Zurich-PSI-CERN

Anyone who studies physics at the University of Zurich knows Lea Caminada for her lectures. Most of the time, however, you will not find the particle physicist on the Irchel campus, but at the Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) in Villigen in the canton of Aargau doing research. There, the 36-year-old scientist develops sophisticated measuring instruments, which are then used at CERN for cutting-edge research. In a questionnaire, Lea Caminada gives an insight into her everyday life as an experimental physicist.
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PSI Particle Flavour Fever 2018
  • Paul Scherrer Institute PSI
  • CHIPP
  • Corso di formazione/aggiornamento
  • Presentazione
  • Zuoz

Particle Flavour Fever 2018

PhD students summer school
HL-LHC
  • 15.06.2018
  • CHIPP
  • Comunicato stampa
  • Notizie

LHC with higher luminosity

On 15 June, the European Particle Physics Laboratory (CERN) in Geneva officially celebrates the upcoming upgrade of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). By the year 2026, the performance of the world's largest particle accelerator will be significantly improved by many technical optimizations in order to empower new insights into the nature of matter.
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Logo Statistiktage 2018
  • Celebrazione / Festival
  • Conferenza pubblica
  • Congresso per specialisti
  • Discorso
  • Laboratorio didattico
  • Seminario
  • Zürich

Schweizer Statistiktage 2018

Das grosse Stelldichein der Schweizer Statistikszene, das sind die Schweizer Statistiktage, die alle zwei Jahre stattfinden. Sie vernetzen Statistikerinnen und Statistiker aus der öffentlichen Statistik, der Privatwirtschaft und der Wissenschaft. 2018 finden sie von Montag, 27. August bis Mittwoch, 29. August an der Universität Zürich statt.

Fisici delle perticelle svizzeri in dialogo con il pubblico

Dietro il progetto è l'Istituto Svizzero di Fisica delle Particelle (CHIPP), organizzazione suprema delle varie istituzioni svizzere di fisica delle particelle con un totale di 500 membri.