Universal Gravitation: A History of Surprises firstname.lastname@example.org The language of gravity The above left slide shows 1 = Newton (connected with mass), 2 = Einstein (space-time curves) and 3 = Feynman (focuses on electricity/magnetism and radiation is a fundamental property). The above right slide has the geometrical term with entries for pressure/momentum. R […]Read more "APPEAL 2013"
Introduction to Particle Accelerators Professor Andrei A. Seryi John Adams Institute for Accelerator Science University of Oxford, Royal Holloway University of London and Imperial College London email@example.com An electric field (E) is defined as a region of space where a charged particle experiences a force. An example of a charged particle that […]Read more "APPEAL 2013"
Particle Physics: (More) Fact and Fantasy Professor Ken Peach Professor Peach started his lecture by outlining what he said at last year’s lecture which happened before the famous announcement about the Higgs Boson. The above picture shows two things. The left hand side shows the equations of the standard model prior to the discovery […]Read more "APPEAL 2013"
The Discovery of the Higgs Boson – A Step Closer to the Big Bang With the recent discovery of a Higgs boson at the LHC and the inroads made in the understanding of dark matter and dark energy – 2013 is a great year to discuss the connection of astronomy, cosmology, particle physics and accelerators […]Read more "APPEAL 2013"