A scientist of the PRISMA Cluster of Excellence checks a neural system for the recording of particle detector data (press photo for download). Photo: Thomas Hartmann
A scientist of the PRISMA Cluster of Excellence checks a neural system for the recording of particle detector data (press photo for download). Photo: Thomas Hartmann
Young researchers in expectation of the announcement that the Higgs boson finally might has been discovered. (photo: Thomas Hartmann)
Young researchers in expectation of the announcement that the Higgs boson finally might has been discovered. (photo: Thomas Hartmann)
Success at the world's largest particle accelerator LHC: Experiments involving scientists from Mainz University show first direct evidence of the Higgs boson. (Abb./©: ATLAS Experiment))
Success at the world's largest particle accelerator LHC: Experiments involving scientists from Mainz University show first direct evidence of the Higgs boson. (Abb./©: ATLAS Experiment))
The workshops of MITP are devoted to a specific topic at the forefront of current research. (photo: Stefan F. Sämmer)
The workshops of MITP are devoted to a specific topic at the forefront of current research. (photo: Stefan F. Sämmer)

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... to the website of the Cluster of Excellence "Precision Physics, Fundamental Interactions and Structure of Matter" (PRISMA). With PRISMA we seek to extend the frontier of knowledge and find answers to the key questions concerning the fundamental constituents of matter and their implications for the physics of the Universe.

Follow us on our website and learn more about our global and exciting research programme, our ambitious accompanying infrastructural measures and our comprehensive training programme.

photo: Thomas Hartmann
Matthias Neubert and Hartmut Wittig, coordinators of PRISMA

 


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