CDF

   Welcome to the Rutgers University Experimental High Energy Physics CDF Research page.  CDF stands for the Collider Detector at Fermilab. CDF is an experiment at Fermilab, which is currently home to the world's most powerful particle accelerator called the Tevatron.  The Tevatron accelerates protons and antiprotons close to the speed of light, and then makes them collide head-on inside the CDF detector.  The CDF detector is used to study the products of such collisions; by doing this we try to reconstruct what happened in the collision and ultimately try to figure out how matter is put together and what forces nature uses to create the world around us!

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CDF PROGRAM THAT HEX IS CURRENTLY WORKING ON, WHO THEY ARE WORKING WITH, AND WHAT THEY ARE WORKING TOWARDS



 

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People involved in CDF:  Conway, John Devlin, Thomas J.
Lath, Amit Somalwar, Sunil
Watts, Terence Worm, Steve
Doroshenko, John Jacques, Pieter F.
Stone, Robert Anastassov, Anton
Halkiadakis, Eva Ratnikov, Fedor
Wallace, Noah Jang, Dongwook
Loguinova, Elena Wan, Zongru
Smolney, Nick
 
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