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Vandaag is de robot geinstalleerd die gaat worden gebruikt bij de constructie en assemblage van de onderdelen van de vernieuwde CMS tracker detector.
Onze aarde ligt constant onder vuur. Star Trek is er niks bij. Naar de bron van de deeltjes die onze planeet bestoken werd al sinds 1910 gezocht en is nu eindelijk gevonden.
Gwenhaël DE WASSEIGE obtained on July 24 2018 the academic degree of Doctor of Sciences with the following doctoral thesis:
Solar Flare Neutrinos in the Multi-Messenger Era: Flux Calculations and a Search with the IceCube Neutrino observatory
Promotor: Prof. dr. Nick van Eijndhoven
The Astronomy and Astrophysics Research Group of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) in Belgium is hiring a PhD researcher and a postdoctoral researcher in radio detection of cosmic particles with the LOFAR radio telescope. The research program is funded by the European Research Council (ERC).
By Kirill Skovpen
The model that describes fundamental particles and interaction forces in physics, known as the Standard Model, provides a comprehensive description of natural phenomena. Nevertheless, it leaves several questions unanswered and it remains incomplete: it excludes gravity and is not able to provide a description of how the world is functioning at extremely high temperatures. All the things we see around us are made of electrons, protons and neutrons. Protons and neutrons, in turn, are made of even smaller elementary particles called up and down quarks. The family of elementary particles however contains much more than quarks, it includes many other types of particles that can only be seen through a number of peculiar interaction processes. The study of elementary particles and their interactions thus represents a great tool in the construction of an ultimate model that would provide us with a complete description of nature.
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