How do we know that protons are made of quarks?
Does anti-matter really exist?
How do detectors like Geiger counters work?
If so, you should come to one of the National Particle Physics Masterclasses.
09:00 Arrival and Registration
09:15 Lecture, `` Introduction to High Energy Physics''
10:30 PC Exercise, `` Identifying LHC events''
13:00 Lecture, `` Measuring Masses and Momenta''
13:45 PC Exercise from Lancaster Particle Physics Package
Print out this form, fill it in and return it to the address given, or...
E-mail Tim Greenshaw, firstname.lastname@example.org
First travel to Liverpool, find the University and then make your way to the University Lecture Block, which is building 221 (grid ref. F6) on the Campus Map.
The Lancaster Physics worksheet.
Programme for 10/3/2011.
Contact the PPARC Schools Liaison Officer for Particle Physics to find out more about programmes and resources for schools
Liverpool: +44 (0)151 794 3383 CERN: +41 (0) 22 76 71168 [or +41 (0) 22 79894]
Liverpool: +44 (0)151 794 3444
Liverpool: Room 313, Oliver Lodge Laboratory CERN: Building 40 3-C06 [or 602 S-014]
Oliver Lodge Laboratory
Liverpool L69 7ZE
CH-1211 Genève 23