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 Particle accelerators, "Studying the tiniest components of our universe"

 

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  Thursday, 04 Nov. 2021

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 15:15 – 16:00

 

 

Abstract:

 

The high-energy collisions that happen at the CERN’s LHC experiment

produce the tiniest known particles. But how does this help to understand

how our universe works? Many questions have been answered in the past decades,

but there remain some elusive unknowns. Why is there an imbalance of matter

and anti-matter? What are dark matter and dark energy?

Do supersymmetric particles exist? Come and learn how the most advanced

technology can shed light on the mysteries of the universe in which we live.

 

Speaker today:  Laura Barranco  (Stockholms universitet, FYSIKUM)

 

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