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Carlo Rubbia, Simon van der Meer

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1984 Nobel Prize Physics Winner Carlo Rubbia, Simon van der Meer News

ЦЕРН отмечает 60-летний юбилей
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Так, например, нидерландский физик Симон ван дер Мер (Simon van der Meer; 1925 — 2011) и его итальянский коллега Карло Руббья (Carlo Rubbia) открыли так называемые «кванты поля W и Z», которые являются переносчиками «слабого ...

1984 Nobel Prize Physics Winner Carlo Rubbia, Simon van der Meer News

From Switzerland to Sweden
The Rakyat Post
Italian-born Carlo Rubbia discovered the W and Z particles in 1983 together with Dutch-born engineer Simon van der Meer. They were awarded the 1984 Nobel Prize in Physics. In the IBM laboratories in Switzerland, Swiss physicist Alex Muller and German ...

1984 Nobel Prize Physics Winner Carlo Rubbia, Simon van der Meer News

60 years of CERN: the nuclear heart of Europe
E&T magazine
... enough bunches to ensure they collided with high enough frequency. Invented by CERN engineer Simon van der Meer, the process uses a wideband optical detector to identify divergence in the momentum of particles in a bunch before using this signal to ...

1984 Nobel Prize Physics Winner Carlo Rubbia, Simon van der Meer News

En vidéo : le Cern, explorateur de l'infiniment petit depuis 60 ans
Futura Sciences
... les bosons Z postulés par la théorie de Glashow-Salam Weinberg, et s'est poursuivi en 1983 par la découverte directe des bosons W et Z. Celle-ci conduira à l'attribution du prix Nobel de physique l'année suivante à Carlo Rubbia et Simon van der Meer.

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