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Alan Hauser and
| The UCLA
CDF group studies the highest energy particle collisions
in the world. We are currently preparing for our new upgrade
and run, which will give us 20 times more data than before.
CDF is an abbreviation
for the Collider Detector at Fermilab
Experiment. The CDF collaboration consists of a few hundred High Energy
Physicists from institutions around the world. Our goal is to better understand
the fundamental particles and forces in the universe. One of CDF's more
important contributions has been the discovery of the top quark, the last
of the six quarks predicted by the standard model.
Our group has finished testing
of Low Mass Drell Yan, which had not been tested since run0. To find out
more about this click here.
This page has
been developed to assist us in distributing information throughout our
group, and also to give people outside of our group -- particularly those
people who followed the link from the UCLA
Dept. of Physics & Astronomy web page -- a glimpse at a High Energy
Physics research group. In particular, we have developed one of the most
versatile facilities for testing photomultiplier tubes in the world. And,
from data acquisition to analysis to presentation, we span many computer
platforms and display real-time information using the web.