ARTEMIS Research Training Network (2006-2010)
A Research Training Network (RTN) funded by the EU
ARTEMIS is a Research Training Network of seven institutes with world leading expertise in experimental particle physics and phenomenology. The network is aiming to exploit the physics potential of the ATLAS detector at CERN's Large Hadron Collider in order to explore one of the most fundamental topics in modern science, the electroweak symmetry breaking and the origin of mass of elementary particles using the early ATLAS data. In addition, it has an ambitious training programme of exchanges, schools, tutorials and workshops, to foster closer interaction and transfer of knowledge between experts and young researchers.
Last modified: Wednesday 22nd November 2006