Encyclopedia:Experimental high energy physics
- The ATLAS experiment by Monica Dunford and Peter Jenni
- The LHCb experiment by PierLuigi Campana and Fatima Soomro
- The Daya Bay experiment by Miao He and YiFang Wang
- The Higgs Boson discovery by Karl Jakobs and Chris Seez
- The Top quark discovery by Guillaume Unal
- Searching for Long-Lived BSM Particles at the LHC by Marie-Hélène Genest
- Experimental determination of the CKM matrix by Sébastien Descotes-Genon, Yasmine Sara Amhis and Carla Marin Benito
- Rare decays of b hadrons by Zdenek Dolezal, Patrick Koppenburg and Maria Smizanska
- Jets and QCD measurements at high energy colliders by Jonathan Butterworth and Gavin Hesketh
- Neutrino astronomy by Markus Ahlers and Francis Halzen
- High energy cosmic rays by Lu Lu and Alan Watson
- Cosmological constraints from baryonic acoustic oscillation measurements by Jean-Marc Legoff and Vanina Ruhlmann-Kleider
- Gravitational Waves: Ground-Based Interferometric Detectors by Marie Anne Bizouard and Nelson Christensen
- Silicon Detectors in High Energy Physics experiments by Manfred Krammer
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