Superstrings ... a celebration of Einstein and physics, with music by J.S. Bach, W.A. Mozart and F. Kreisler
Durham, via the IPPP Grid Cluster, has gained affiliate status with the National Grid Service (NGS) enabling a wider use of the resources throughout the UK.
More than 80 physicists, mathematicians and engineers met for breakfast in the Ogden Centre to watch the world’s most powerful particle accelerator the Large
After four months at the IPPP, funded by the Brazilian CNPq agency, Emerson Luna has left to take up a position as Professor adjunto (the equivalent of a UK lectureship) at the Un
Theorists from the IPPP led by Professor Valery Khoze have been working closely with experimentalists from ATLAS and CMS to develop a proposal to install very f
For the second year, the IPPP is sponsoring a summer student from Harvard through The Minda de Gunzburg Centre for European Studies.
Professor John Ellis (CERN) gave this years Rochester lecture to a packed audience of undergraduates and academic staff. The lecture was entitled
`Gauguin’s questions in particle physics: Where are we coming from?
Where are we now? Where are we going?''
A little over five years ago, the Prime Minister inaugurated the Ogden Centre for Fundamental Physics at Durham University.
Phenogrid is a virtual organization on the LHC Computing Grid (LCG), providing support for UK particle theorists and phenomenologists who would like to use LCG's computing resources in the UK.
We are very pleased to welcome Professor Stan Brodsky to the IPPP for a six month sojourn from the Theoretical Physics group at SLAC.