Argonne National Laboratory

Taking collider physics to higher energies

Colliding protons to learn about universal forces

Looking at the dawn and evolution of the universe

Innovative detectors for next-generation experiments

Muons as a probe for new physics

Studying the elusive, but second most abundant particle in the universe

Motivating new experiments and interpreting data

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Argonne has selected projects from High Energy Physics (HEP) researchers Salman Habib and James Proudfoot for the Aurora Early Science Program at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF).

High-Energy Partnership

The Chicagoland area is home to one of the world’s greatest concentrations of scientific research, particularly in high-energy and nuclear physics.