Particle Physics is all about understanding the fundamental building blocks of matter and how they interact with each other. To do this, modern particle physicists build large experiments where the results of high-energy collisions between particles are studied.
Now is a very exciting time in particle physics. The Bristol Particle Physics group is involved in two experiments based at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN: CMS and LHCb. These experiments allow us to probe nature at the most fundamental level we can reach.
We are also involved in a variety of non-LHC activities, research and development projects for future experiments, and the application of particle physics tecnhology to other fields.
The Bristol Particle Physics group:
The Bristol Particle Physics group is active in data analysis and operation of experiments currently running on the LHC at CERN and elsewhere, as well as planning for future experiments.
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