National Ocean Sciences Accelerator Mass Spectrometer Facility is a leading laboratory for high-precision carbon-14 isotope analyses. The institution is located on Cape Cod.
AMANDA is a detector being constructed at the South Pole, whose purpose is to observe high-energy (~ 1 TeV or 10^12 electron volt) neutrinos from astrophysical point sources.
The American Institute of Physics (AIP) is a not-for-profit membership corporation for promoting the advancement and diffusion of the knowledge of physics and its application to human welfare. The site includes publications, product information, job listings, and links to related sites.
Provides a resource for students contemplating a career in the physical sciences. Each month, six physicists are featured, each from a different job sector; they answer questions about attaining physics related career goals. Users may also access the service via telnet, at pinet.aip.org (log in using "careers" as both your user name and password).
Staff members combine expertise in physics, engineering, computer science, and applied mathematics to address client needs and national concerns.
Allows public access to an advanced optical telescope system called the Remotely Operated Telescope through its Remote Access Astronomy Project. Curricula, images, help-files, and software utilities are available online.
Contains information about neutron stars, gamma ray bursters, accretion disks, stellar evolution, extragalactic objects, and cosmology from COBE, MAX and ACME. The public can submit requests for images from the online Celestron C-14 remote observing telescope.
The ATLAS-Japan Group is the organization of Japanese High Energy Physicists who coordinates their activities for the LHC ATLAS experiment.
This server provides information about Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics with descriptions of research interests of professors in the AMO group and links to other research laboratories and physics Web pages.
Details about ongoing research. There are extensive links to physics-related sites and a list of pointers to local and global WWW sites. Windows software collection for the physicist.
Chemical Physics Preprint Database is a joint effort by the department of chemistry at Brown University and the Theoretical Chemistry and Molecular Physics Group at the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Caltech's participation in the Compact Muon Solenoid experiment at CERN's Large Hadron Collider is an outgrowth of its earlier participation in the GEM experiment at the Superconducting Super Collider. Caltech is one of thirty-six institutions on the U.S. Letter of Intent for participation in the CMS experiment, dated April 22, 1994.
CITA annual report, online copies of CITA newsletters, lists of visitors, upcoming events, seminars, and links to other University of Toronto institutions.
Provides information about the research done at the physics department of the University of Catania, as well as at the section of Catania of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics and more.
This site presents work from the Research Group in the Chemical Science and Technology Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory on such topics as high field atomic physics, excess photon detatchment, vacuum ultraviolet light, and others.
This site contains information on the CLEO-II silicon vertex detector which is a particle detector used to make very precise reconstruction of the trajectories of charged particles that are produced in electron-positron collisions.
Offers undergraduate majors in applied physics and applied mathematics and graduate programs in applied physics, applied mathematics, nuclear engineering and medical physics. Research is focused in the areas of plasma physics.
Manufactures ion sources and related components as well as high resolution X-ray, as well as electron and neutral beam imaging equipment.
A new physics curriculum promotes student explorations and integrates inquiry-based, video-based and lab-oriented materials.
Institute of Physics at Basel offers information about all groups at the university dealing with condensed matter.
CPEP is a non-profit organization of teachers, educators, and physicists located around the world. CPEP materials (charts, software, text) present the current understanding of the fundamental nature of matter and energy, incorporating the major research findings of recent years. During the last ten years, CPEP has distributed more than 100,000 copies of its charts and other products.
An extensive worldwide index of sites in atomic and plasma physics setup by the Weizmann Institute of Science. Includes related conference listings and downloadable software.
A launching pad into the world of aerospace, astrophysics and other sciences. It links to NASA images and permits browsers to download spectacular photographs.
Information about the Laboratory for Atomic and Surface Physics, which includes the Ion Beam Laboratory, the Laboratory for Space Research and Surface Analysis Services. It also has a link to the worldwide network on the physics of particle-solid interactions.
Home of the most intense synchrotron X-ray radiation source in the world, provides many features, including descriptions of each scientific beam line.
This information is only here in the interest of increasing public awareness of the physics and effects of nuclear weapons.
A summary of work on hysteresis, avalanches, and crackling noise at Cornell University's Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics.
PennWell Publishing Company offers Laser Focus World, a monthly magazine for scientists and engineers covering lasers, optics, electro-optics and optoelectronics. Other publications include Industrial Laser Review, Laser Report, Medical Laser Report, and the Journal of Current Laser Abstracts.
Work on martensites, shape memory alloys, and precursors at Cornell University's Laboratory of Atomic and Solid State Physics.
A co-educational, tax-supported institution, located in Murfreesboro, less than a mile from the exact geographic center of the state.
Provides access to special exhibits and projects, offers movies, and access to retrievable scientific papers and numerical codes. There also is a General Relativity around the world page containing information about activities in relativity worldwide.
Specialize training, consulting and services in radiation protection, radiochemistry and related areas.
This archive contains information and programs useful for nonlinear time series analysis with an emphasis on the new area of topological time series analysis.
Wide range of information about the 50-year-old facility, its services, people and the university in general.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory performs a wide variety of research. Site features moon images taken from the Clementine satellite, details of the MACHO experiment looking for dark matter in the galactic halo, and the bare uranium ions produced with the Electron Beam Ion Trap.
This is the gateway to the documentation/help/tutorial systems for high energy physics experiments, and underwater astrophysics.
This experiment server, to measure the pi0 e+ nu decay, consists of two mirrored sites, one at the University of Virginia, the other at the Paul Scherrer Institute.
Schedule of weekly seminars and colloquia, information about graduate studies and other physics department info.
SLAC BABAR Detector Calendar and Newsletter Collaboration Meeting Information Employment opportunities.
Topics of interest to SAS members and spectroscopists. It also contains membership and society information, titles and abstracts for journal papers in applied spectroscopy, and related meetings/events.
Links to the Institute for Space and Terrestrial Science (ISTS), an Ontario Center of Excellence located in North York, Ontario, Canada. Set of clickable maps of other Canadian WWW servers in addition to local information about the Space Astrophysics Laboratory.
These pages cover general information about the Physics Department of the Potchefstroom University for CHE, South Africa as well as specifics about current research projects.
Safety/health physics support services for a wide variety of facilities that use radioactive materials.
The Sudbury Neutrino Observatory is an astronomical neutrino observatory that is being built below ground in the deepest section of INCO Limited's Creighton Mine near Sudbury, Ontario.
Information about the Super-Kamiokande, a 50,000 ton ring-imaging water Cerenkov detector located in the Kamioka Mozumi mine in Japan, can be found at this site.
The Sixth SDL/USU Radiometric Sensor Calibration Symposium will be held May 6 through 9, 1996 in in Utah's Cache Valley. The Symposium presents a forum and opportunity for those engaged in the calibration and evaluation of infrared radiometric sensors to share ideas and interact constructively while addressing several calibration issues pertinent to both environmental and defense needs.
The SRC operates a 1 GeV synchrotron light source and provides beam time to experimenters from university, government, and commercial laboratories. The SRC is operated by the University of Wisconsin-Madison with funding from the National Science Foundation.
Superconductivity research programs, facilities, opportunities for industrial collaboration, and educational opportunities for graduate and undergraduate students. Includes a request form for those interested in receiving information about TCSUH's Newsletter and Preprint Series, and a list of resources for scientists.
This site provides information on CERN, a provider of Timing, Trigger and Control (TTC) Systems for LHC Detectors.
Information on members of the HEP theory group at the physics department at UIC who are involved in several areas of research: Phenomenology of Electroweak Gauge Models, Hadron Physics, Supersymmetric Quantum Mechanics, Integrable Systems, Topological Aspects of Quantum Field Theory.
Curricula, graduate and undergraduate honors and research programs. Research programs of the physics faculty in astronomy and astrophysics, condensed matter, elementary particle physics, and plasma physics.
Information and training in the analysis of data from NASA's Extreme Ultraviolet Explorer satellite.
Details the work of the department of physics, archive of preprints, and past paper references, various documentation, manuals and tables of contents, also links to other related physics and computing sites around the world.
UMR Electromagnetic Compatibility Laboratory is a repository for information on electromagnetic compatibility, electromagnetic interference, and numerical electromagnetic modeling.
Information about the department of physics at the University of New Hampshire, which does an extensive range of research including space physics/astrophysics, nuclear physics, nonlinear dynamics and condensed matter.
University of Wisconsin-Madison Nuclear Theory Group, its research interests, preprints, and the conferences in which it participates.
Its purpose is to increase Australian public understanding of uranium mining and nuclear electricity generation. Contains papers on the issues associated with nuclear physics as well as some other general information on nuclear issues.
This site provides an introduction to vector particle physics as well as information on mathematically consistent models for the structures of subatomic particles.
This is the Wilson Lab/CLEO/CESR internal home page which provides information on their research and papers.
Graduate and undergraduate programs, faculty and their research interests, as well as associated facilities.