The CMS detector is a multi-purpose particle detector at CERN's LHC, aiming to study the properties of subatomic particles, including the Higgs boson, to search for new physics beyond the Standard Model, and to improve our understanding of the fundamental forces and structure of the universe.
Machine learning in high energy physics is used to analyze vast amounts of data from particle collisions to discover new physics, improve the accuracy of simulations, and optimize the performance of particle detectors, leading to groundbreaking discoveries in the field.
High energy physics relies on advanced computing techniques to process and analyze vast amounts of data from particle collisions, simulate complex physical processes, and enable international collaboration through distributed computing networks and by using heterogeneous infrastructure.
Detector R&D aims to develop cutting-edge technology for particle detectors, such as high-precision tracking systems and highly-granular calorimeters, to improve the accuracy of particle measurements, expand the discovery potential for new physics, and enable future generations of experiments.
DELight: a Direct search Experiment for Light dark matter with superfluid helium aims to detect light dark matter particles using a novel detection technique. It is being designed to reach sensitivity to masses well below 100 MeV in Dark Matter-nucleus scattering interactions.
The Future Circular Collider (FCC) is an ambitious particle accelerator project that promises to unlock new discoveries and insights into the fundamental nature of our universe. While the project is still in its early stages, its potential benefits are exciting to contemplate.
The LUXE_NPOD (LUXE - New Particle On-Demand) experiment at DESY aims to search for dark matter particles produced by a high-energy laser beam interacting with a fixed target, using advanced detectors to detect the scattered particles and uncover new physics beyond the Standard Model.
SHADOWS (Search for Hidden And Dark Objects With the SPS) is a proposed new new beam-dump experiment at CERN. to search for a large variety of feebly-interacting particles possibly produced in the interactions of a 400~GeV proton beam with a high-Z material dump.