Eurotron Conference   EPS-12 Conference

Particle Physics without accelerators

J. Carr

Centre de Physique de Particules de Marseille, France

The first elementary particles not present in normal matter were discovered in the 1930ís using cosmic rays in a period before the development of accelerators. Following 60 years during which the majority of knowledge in particle physics came from accelerator based experiments, non-accelerator experiments have begun again to make major discoveries.

In this presentation the experimental developments in non-accelerator particle physics of the past decade will be described together with planned future projects. The subjects covered will range from searches for proton decay; measurements of neutrino mass differences with neutrino oscillations; searches for dark matter and high-energy astronomy with cosmic rays, gamma rays and neutrinos.

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