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Report of the HEPAP Subpanel on High Energy Gamma Ray and Neutrino Astronomy
by U.S. Dept. of Energy, Office of Energy Research, Available from the National Technical Information Service in Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Energy Research|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 25 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||25|
Astronomy of the Very High Energy Universe: Talk: Review Talk, Special HEAD Session at th AAS Meeting, Atlanta GA, Jan Very High Energy Gamma-Ray Astronomy (na) Plenary Talk, XIX Int. Sym. on Lepton and Photon Interactions, Stanford CA, Aug High Energy Particles from the Universe: Talk ( MB) Paper hep-ex/ The next meeting of HEPAP will be held February , , at the DoubleTree Hotel in Rockville, MD. It will be a particularly full meeting, with extensive discussions on both the report of the Subpanel on Planning for the Future of U.S. High Energy Physics, chaired by Fred Gilman, and the FY99 budget request for High Energy Physics. The.
We recommend programs in gamma-ray astronomy as our highest priority ground-based cosmic-ray observation. Highest-Energy Cosmic Rays and Extensive Air Showers The Fly's Eye Program is unique among experiments around the world for studying cascades of 10~8 eV and higher energies, and it serves as a focus for cosmic-ray research at the highest energies in the United States. J. Whitmore -- HEPAP October Meeting -- Search for. Dark Matter (% of the funding); -- Study of the particles comprising the. UHE Universe (ultra-high. energy cosmic rays, gamma- rays and neutrinos) (41%); -- Detection of solar neutrinos and the attempts to determine the absolute. .
11 physics questions for the new century. will open this high-energy world to exploration by observing high-energy gamma rays from many different astrophysical sources. GLAST will . for High Energy and Nuclear Physics, requested that HEPAP review the Gilman Subpanel ÒReport on the Future of High-Energy PhysicsÓ and provide updated interim guidance on the direction of the field. ÒSome think that the high-energy physics community has no clear idea where itÕs going,Ó Rosen said. ÒWe must formulate a national plan.
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Get this from a library. Report of the HEPAP Subpanel on High Energy Gamma Ray and Neutrino Astronomy. [United States. Department of Energy. Office of Energy Research.;].
The letter referred to the previous report of HEPAP Subpanel on High Energy Gamma Ray and Neutrino Astronomy which had found that several groups of scientists were working on promising new ideas and proposals in non-accelerator high energy physics and astrophysics; this report recommended that panel be formed to evaluate large projects in these areas of science when specific.
Astronomy and Astrophysics Advisory Committee (AAAC) – Reports to NASA, NSF and DOE on areas of overlap • Other – e.g. National Academies of Science studies, community science studies, reviews, etc. • Strategic Program Planning – HEPAP unanimously approved a new long term strategic planning report from P5 in May HEP Program Guidance.
High Energy Physics Advisory Panel (HEPAP) Jointly chartered by DOE and NSF to advise both agencies. Provides the primary advice for the program. Subpanels for detailed studies (e.g. Particle Astrophysics Science Assessment Group “PASAG” inParticle Physics Project Prioritization Panel (“P5”) inDepartment of Energy Office of Science DOE Office of Science (SC) Office of High Energy Physics (OHEP) Report to the Astronomy and Astrophysics Advisory Committee Kathy Turner Office of High Energy Physics, Office of Science Department of Energy Ap High Energy Physics High Energy Physics Advisory Panel (HEPAP) P5 report: roadmap for particle physics research in the US () Accelerator based HEP, emphasis on Intensity Frontier in US in near term Energy frontier: future LC’s at TeV, VLHC ( TeV-class) Re-align national accelerator R&D towards HEP goals.
U.S. Department of Energy DOE High Energy Physics Program Update GLAST User’s Committee Meeting August 9, • Reports to HEPAP (High Energy Physics Advisory Panel) in Sept. Task Force on CMB Research (TFCR) joint subpanel Study of celestial sources of very high energy gamma-rays in the energy range of 50GeVTeV -- study extreme.
Ultrahigh energy cosmic rays carry information about their sources and the intervening medium apart from providing a beam of particles for studying certain features of high energy interactions currently inaccessible at man-made accelerators.
They can at present be studied only via the extensive air showers (EAS's) they generate while passing through the Earth's atmosphere, since their. Theoretical predictions of high-energy gamma-ray bursts produced by quantum-mechanical decay of primordial black holes (Hawking ) suggest the emission of bursts on shorter time scales.
The Daya Bay Experiment aims to measure the neutrino mixing angle θ13 precisely. In order to achieve the sensitivity of in 2̂(2θ13), muon has to be identified with the design efficiency of. May Scientific Community Perspectives: Physics 13 LHC the energy frontier • Highest priority scientific frontier of particle physics – HEPAP subpanel reports, ECFA, etc - worldwide consensus • U.S.
participation in LHC – capitalizes on large U.S. R&D investments for SSC – enables the ity to do research at the forefront of particle physics. high-energy gamma rays of galactic or extragalactic origin. However, since the Earth's atmosphere is opaque for gamma rays in the multi-GeV energy range, detection must be performed indirectly.
When they are absorbed in the atmosphere, high-energy gammas lead to the creation of a shower of secondary particles. It is the flashes ofFile Size: 15MB. National Science Foundation: turner doe program update - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online.
Dennis Kovar to give a status report from the DOE Office of High-Energy Physics (OHEP). The FY08 program had a reduction from the request. It has been a productive program nonetheless. Tevatron is running well with the Collider Detector at Fermilab (CDF) and D0, the Main Injector Neutrino Oscillation Search (MINOS), and MiniBooNE.
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This report covers research at the University of Chicago in theoretical high energy physics and its connections to cosmology, over the period Nov.
1, to Ap This research is divided broadly into two tasks: Task A, which covers a broad array of topics in high energy physics; and task C, primarily concerned with cosmology. Cosmic Rays and Gamma Rays – Invest in. CTA. only if the critical NSF Astronomy funding can be obtained • CTA has a broad science reach that transcends fields, with the dark matter detection capabilities of direct importance to particle physics; Using P5 Criteria, a de-scoped US component should be shared by NSF-AST, NSF -PHY and DOE.
Astronomy with high-energy gamma-rays is so far the only way to directly probe and image the cosmic particle accelerators responsible for these particle populations, in conjunction with studies of the synchrotron radiation resulting form relativistic electrons moving in magnetic fields and giving rise to non-thermal radio and X-ray by: The subpanel considered experiments to study dark matter, dark energy, high energy cosmic rays, gamma rays, and neutrinos.
The scientific merit of the proposals made selection difficult, espe-cially in the lower budget scenarios. They gave highest priority to dark energy and dark matter, recommending significant funding in all of the budget profiles.
Abstract. This article presents an extensive review of the status of the search of the dark matter. The first eight sections are devoted to topics in dark matter and its experimental searches, and the rest to selected topics in astrophysics and cosmology, which are intended to supply some of the needed background for students in particle by:.
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Webster et al.HEP Strategic Plan (based on HEPAP/P5 report) The High Energy Physics program’s mission is to understand how our universe works at its most fundamental level. To enable discoveries, HEP supports. theoretical and experimental research in both elementary particle physics.
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