Labs Archive

  • edit2011_3

    Registration Now Open for E.D.I.T. 2012 Detector School

    The 2012 Excellence in Detectors and Instrumentation Technologies school (EDIT 2012) will be hosted by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, IL, USA, from February 13 through 24, 2012. This is the second in a new series of international schools on particle physics detectors and instrumentation. The...

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  • Tevatron_exclusion

    Office of Science rejects Tevatron Run-III

    In the communication below, William Brinkman (Director of DOE Office of Science) informed HEPAP of the decision not to fund Run-III Tevatron-Brinkman-to-Shochet

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  • pier-oddone2

    HEPAP and the Tevatron Extension

    by Pier Oddone Fermilab, Director (The following essay appeared in “The Director’s Corner” on November 2, 2010. At the request of Director Oddone to make the DPF aware of the issues connected to the proposed Tevatron extension, we repeat it here. We invite your comments...

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  • white-paper

    A Program of Detector Evaluation and R&D for Future Lepton Colliders

    By David MacFarlane, Associate Laboratory Director for PPA, SLAC In preparation for a recent review of the electron-based research program at the HEP laboratories, representatives from the five labs (Argonne, Berkeley, Brookhaven, Fermilab, and SLAC) developed a short position paper outlining a possible evolution of...

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  • hi-rise

    News from Fermilab

    By Jeffrey Appel, Fermilab Directorate (Originally published in January 2010 DPF newsletter) Fermilab is moving aggressively on fulfilling the promise of its current program, beginning funded efforts on the next generation of experiments, and doing R&D for the future beyond that. The breadth of the...

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  • black-hole

    News from the Large Hadron Collider

    by Katie Yurkewicz, Fermilab, US LHC Communications and Harvey Newman, Caltech, US LUO Executive Committee Chair (Originally published in January 2010 DPF newsletter) The Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland is now the world’s highest-energy particle accelerator, and is on its way to...

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