00 Hardcover QC793 German and Swiss physicists from various institutions in the Helmholtz Alliance describe the current state and driving questions in high energy physics now that the Large Hadron Collider at CERN is operating.
What does HEP stand for?
HEP stands for High Energy Physics
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We have 154 other meanings of HEP in our Acronym Attic
- Head-End Power
- Health, Education and Enforcement Partnership (Canada)
- Heterogeneous Element Processor
- Heterogeneous Multiprocessor
- Hic Est Positus/Posita (Latin: Here He/She Was Laid, epigraphy)
- Hierosolyma Est Perdita (Latin: Jerusalem Is Lost; pogrom attacker cry)
- High Efficiency Particulate (air filters)
- High Egg Passage (vaccine production)
- High Encryption Pack (Microsoft)
- High Energy Particle
- High School Equivalency Program
- High-Explosive Plastic
- Higher Education Perspectives (journal; Canada)
- Higher Education Program (various organizations)
- Hispanic Employment Program
- Home Equity Prepayment
- Home Exercise Plan (health care)
- Home Exercise Program (physical therapy)
- Hospital Education Program (University of Virginia)
- Household Evaluation Program
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The experiment was performed by members of the TOPAZ detector group at the TRISTAN particle accelerator of the National Laboratory for High Energy Physics in Tsukuba, Japan.
In August, several groups of researchers at the International Conference on High Energy Physics, held in Dallas, presented impressive data that appeared to rule out the particle's existence.