UCL Department of Physics and Astronomy
High Energy Physics
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UCL High Energy Physics
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The UCL High Energy Physics Group contributes to a wide range of research on a variety of different topics. Our current programme includes the following experiments and areas.
Construction of, upgrades to and analysis of data from the ATLAS experiment at the CERN Large Hadron Collider.
Acceleration of electrons using a plasma driven by 450 GeV protons from the CERN SPS with the Advanced WAKefield Experiment.
Analysis of proton-antiproton collisions with the CDF experiment at Fermilab.
Centre for Doctoral Training in Data Intensive Science
Development and application of ground-breaking data intensive science (DIS) techniques on STFC's word-leading DIS experiments and beyond, including training the next generation of leaders in the field of data science.
A neutrino oscillation experiment seeking to build megaton volume detection volumes using Cherenkov detetors immersed in disused mine pits along the trajectory of the FNAL NUMI neutrino beam.
Using muon tomography for large-volume imaging using Cosmic Ray Extensive Area Mapping for Terrorism Evasion Application.
Searching for Dark Matter with direct detection experiments.
The Large Enriched Germanium Experiment for Neutrinoless double beta Decay.
Research and development towards the International Linear Electron-Positron Collider.
Liquid Argon TPCs
The next step in high-precision neutrino physics measurements.
Neutrino physics with the MINOS long baseline neutrino oscillation experiment.
Measurements of Lepton Flavour Violation through the neutrinoless conversion of muons to electrons with Mu2e and Mu3e, and the world's most precise measurement of the muon's magnetic moment with FNAL g-2.
Discovering the neutrino mass hierarchy.
Phenomenological generation of Parton Distribution Functions for LHC cross section calculations.
Proton Beam Therapy
Accelerator optimisation, detector systems and diagnostics for proton beam therapy cancer treatment.
Searching for neutrinoless double-beta decay with the SuperNEMO experiments.
Theoretical and phenomenological analysis of the Standard Model and Beyond.
Ultra High Energy Neutrinos
Ultra-high energy neutrino astronomy using a variety of experiments.
Attempts to measure the weak values of spin and momentum for Schrödinger particles.
Development of various hardware systems for the European X-ray Free Electron Laser.
Analysis of electron-proton collisions at the ZEUS experiment at HERA.