Department of Fundamental Research (DBP)2016.06.28 15:47 - Jakub Wagner
The DBP Department comprises four Divisions:
- (BP1) Nuclear Physics Division
- (BP2) Theoretical Physics Division
- (BP3) High Energy Physics Division
- (BP4) Astrophysics Division
- Proton/nuclei interactions at the highest available energies (LHC, CERN, Geneva – the ALICE, CMS and LHCb experiments).
- Neutrino oscillations and experimental determination of neutrino mass (the T2K and ICARUS experiments).
- Proton/electron and proton/muon collisions observed to study proton structure and origin of its spin (the COMPASS and HERMES experiments). Department staff is involved also in theoretical works on the subject.
- Hadron structure and the role of fundamental symmetries in meson and baryon-antibaryon systems in the relatively low collision energy region (the KLOE-2, WASA and BESIII experiments).
- Super-heavy nuclei structure (the ISOLDE experiment). Department staff has been involved also in theoretical works on super-heavy nuclei synthesis / stability for many years.
- Observations of various categories astrophysical objects including large-scale structures of the Universe, in particular properties and evolution of galaxies (the VIPERS, VVDS, AKARI projects).
- Development of quantum cosmology aimed to explain nature of cosmological singularity, primordial gravitational radiation and problem of time.
- Research on cosmic rays (experimental observations of energy distribution, theoretical modelling of interactions with the Earth atmosphere).
Author: mgr Viktor Svensson
Date: Tue, 2021-12-21 14:00
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Edited by Maciej Pylak