The ALEPH experiment

The ALEPH experiment

The ALEPH Experiment

ALEPH is a high energy experiment, made to explore, in a first period, the physics of the neutral weak interaction, in a second, the physics of the charged weak interaction. It may also be the way to discover new phenomena.

ALEPH is one of the four experiments installed at the LEP e+ e- collider of CERN. It is at the same time, a collaboration of hundreds of physicists, mostly from Europe but also from China and the USA, and a particle detector.

The detector has been in operation from 1989 to 1995 in the study of electron-positron collisions at the Z resonance. Since the end of 1995 it started to operate at higher energies, aiming for the WW threshold.

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Henri Videau, , March 26 1996