ATLAS Experiment

The High Energy Experimental Particle Physics effort at the Niels Bohr Institute is concentrated around accelerator-based particle physics. Our main effort in these years is the ATLAS experiment at CERN, the world's leading laboratory for particle physics research.

High Energy Particle Physics is the field of physics that investigates the fundamental structure of the Universe by studying its fundamental constituents, the elementary particles and forces.

The low-energy behavior of matter is well known and described satisfactorily by atomic physics or solid-state physics. The high-energy behavior, relevant to describe the physics of the early universe, is currently studied by bringing matter to the extreme energies, as reached in particle accelerators or observed in ultra-high-energy cosmic rays, and is described by the still incomplete theory of particle physics called the Standard Model.

CERN facilities, such as the Large Hadron Collider, have the main purpose to help us complete the theory and describe the particle physics of the early universe.

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Staff

Name Title Phone E-mail
Bøggild, Hans Associate Professor Emeritus +4535325286 E-mail
Camplani, Alessandra Postdoc +4535334733 E-mail
Dam, Mogens Associate Professor +4535325385 E-mail
Dittmeier, Sebastian No job title +45+4962215419417 E-mail
Garzilli, Antonella No job title   E-mail
Guttesen, Freja Liebach Instructor +4535331093 E-mail
Hansen, John Renner Professor +4535332001 E-mail
Hansen, Jørgen Beck Associate Professor +4535325443 E-mail
Hansen, Jørn Dines Emeritus +4535325293 E-mail
Hansen, Peter Henrik Professor +4535325394 E-mail
Herskind, Bent Associate Professor Emeritus +4535325444 E-mail
Ignazzi, Rosanna No job title   E-mail
Kindt, Louise Postdoc +4535325090 E-mail
Kozynets, Tetiana PhD Student   E-mail
Mead, James Vincent Postdoc +4535321507 E-mail
Michelsen, Christian Stentoft PhD Fellow +4535330891 E-mail
Moravcova, Zuzana PhD Fellow +4535326657 E-mail
Nielsen, Daniel No job title   E-mail
Nielsen, Emil Gorm PhD Fellow +4535335384 E-mail
Petersen, Troels Christian Associate Professor +4526283739 E-mail
Richert, Tuva No job title   E-mail
Sletten, Geirr Associate Professor Emeritus +4535325444 E-mail
Vasudevan, Anagha Research Assistant   E-mail
Vinding, Malene Emilie Maar Research Secretary +4535325355 E-mail
Wiglesworth, Graig Assistant Professor +4535328023 E-mail
Xella, Stefania Associate Professor +4535325329 E-mail
Zhu, Ya PhD Student   E-mail

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External staff & students

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Jonas Steentoft

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Jacob Bundegaard

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