The field of high energy physics is guided by intertwined science drivers to explore the elementary constituents of matter and energy, the interactions between them, and the nature of space and time. The Office of High Energy Physics (HEP) executes its mission through a program that advances three frontiers of experimental scientific discovery and related efforts in theory and computing. HEP develops new accelerator, detector and computational tools to enable the science, and through Accelerator Stewardship works to make accelerator technology widely available to science and industry.

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Five Earn 2015 Early Career Awards in High Energy Physics

The 2015 Early Career Award recipients include: Phillip Barbeau (Duke University), Nathaniel Craig (UCSB), Thomas Hartman (Cornell University), Tracy Slatyer (MIT), and Peter Winter (Argonne National Laboratory). Read More »


  Italian Neutrino Experiment to Move to the U.S.External link

The world’s largest liquid-argon neutrino detector will help with the search for sterile neutrinos at Fermilab. Read MoreExternal link

 


  LHC Sees First BeamsExternal link

The Large Hadron Collider has circulated the first protons, ending a two-year shutdown. Read MoreExternal link

 


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