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Innovative Experimental Particle Physics through Technological Advances

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Harry W. K. Cheung
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Harry W. K. Cheung
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18 Jan 2005, 14:20
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This mini-course gives an introduction to the techniques used in experimental particle physics with an emphasis on the impact of technological advances. The basic detector types and particle accelerator facilities will be briefly covered with examples of their use and with comparisons. The mini-course ends with what can be expected in the near future from current technology advances. The mini-course is intended for graduate students and post-docs and as an introduction to experimental techniques for theorists.
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Minor change suggested by the Fermilab Technical Publications review, and two bitmap figures replaced with original EPS ones. Added institution preprint number and conference info to the paper.
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Published in physics/0501095.
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V-Silafae held from 12 Jul 2004 to 17 Jul 2004 in Lima, Peru
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Submitted as FERMILAB-CONF-04-498-E and as physics/0501095
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