Experimental Particle Physics Department (F9)

Introduction to the department

Department for Experimental Particle Physics at Jožef Stefan Institute cooperates closely with the Department of Physics at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, with the Faculty of Electrical Engineering (both University of Ljubljana), with the Department of Astroparticle Physics (University of Nova Gorica) and with the Faculty of chemistry and chemical engineering (University of Maribor).

Contact: Tel:01/4773-742, Fax:01/4773-166


Our research in News Media

Research Activities

Research in experimental particle physics depends on large particle accelerators and complex detectors. Experiments are therefore conducted in a few large research centres around the world and are based on team work and international cooperation. Researchers of our department are members of high-energy physics collaborations:

Recent research:

Detector Development Laboratory

Not all the work can be done in international research centers. A lot can and has to be done in home laboratories, as for example the research and development of new particle detectors, that will be used in joint experiments. We put an effort in transferring the new technologies and techniques in other fields, notably medicine and environmental science. Past and current projects include:

Detector development is done within the framework of RD50 and RD48 collaboration

Research Staff

Schools and Conferences organised by the department

Selection of seminars held at our department

Research Projects and Annual Reports

Contacts Elsewhere

Other stuff

Topic revision: r79 - 23 Dec 2016, VladimirCindro
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