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山内正則 KEK機構長
2015年2月
by KEK
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山内正則 KEK機構長
2015年5月
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山内正則 KEK機構長
2015年5月
by KEK
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山内正則 KEK機構長
2015年4月
by KEK
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山内正則 KEK機構長
2015年4月
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山内正則 KEK機構長
2015年2月
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山内正則 KEK機構長
2015年2月
by KEK
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山内正則 KEK機構長
2015年2月
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BL-5A
2003
Soichi Wakatsuki, derector of Photon Factory, KEK, is demonstrating a high-throughput beamline for protein crystallographic experiments, BL-5A.
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Prof. Yoji Totsuka
Aug 20, 2003
Yoji Totsuka, Former Director General of KEK
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Prof. Yoji Totsuka
May, 2003
Yoji Totsuka, Former Director General of KEK
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Prof. Atsuto Suzuki
23 Apr, 2008
Atsuto Suzuki, Director General of KEK
by KEK
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Prof. Atsuto Suzuki
May, 2007
Atsuto Suzuki, Director General of KEK
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Prof. Hirotaka Sugawara
2000
Hirotaka Sugawara, Former Director General of KEK
by Ohska
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Prof. Hirotaka Sugawara
May, 1998
Hirotaka Sugawara, Former Director General of KEK
by Ohska
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Atlas Solenoid
Dec 26, 2000
Superconducting Solenoid for the LHC Atlas experiment, built in collaboration with KEK researchers and a Japanese company, has achieved 8400 A, which is the highest required current for the experiment.
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OECD International Conference
Nov15-16, 01
by Tokio Ohska
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Belle SVD
Jul, 1998
Belle SVD (Silicon Vertex Detector) in Mechanical Engineering Center.
by Tokio Ohska
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The Belle Collaboration
Jan 14, 1999
Belle is an experiment in the field of the high-energy particle physics. Its goal is to explore the origin of CP violation with studying huge samples of decay phenomena of B mesons, which are produced by the electron-positron asymmetric-energy colliding accelerator, KEKB.
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Group Photo of 100fb party fb-1
Oct 28, 2002
KEK B-Factory achieved the luminosity of 100 inv.fb which is a record for collider-type accelerators. It was cerebrated at a party on the 28th of October with Dr. Burton Richer and Prof. Masatoshi Koshiba attending.
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Nobel Prize Laureate Prof. Koshiba
Oct 28, 2002
Nobel Prize Laureate Prof. Koshiba celebrates the ground breaking ceremony for J-PARC, Japan Proton Accelerator Research Complex.
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J-PARC T2K
24 Apr, 2009
Team members celebrate the first neutrino beam produced by the Neutrino Facility at J-PARC.
by J-PARC Center
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Belle SVD #2
2002
Second generation of the radiation-hard silicon vertex detector has been built for the Belle experiment. About a hundred thousands channels will be read out to determine the position of charged particles around the beam pipe with an accuacy of 10 micron.
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J-PARC
Nov 15, 2005
About 70 people from KEK and companies gathered to the J-PARC 50 GeV proton accelerator tunnel to celebrate the installation of the first magnet. J-PARC will produce the world highest intensity proton beam for various kinds of experiments such as neutrino oscillation (T2K), fixed target K meson experiments and spallation neutron source.
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J-PARC
Nov 15, 2005
About 70 people from KEK and companies gathered to the J-PARC 50 GeV proton accelerator tunnel to celebrate the installation of the first magnet. J-PARC will produce the world highest intensity proton beam for various kinds of experiments such as neutrino oscillation (T2K), fixed target K meson experiments and spallation neutron source.
by KEK
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J-PARC
Nov 15, 2005
The first magnet of the J-PARC 50 GeV proton accelerator ring was bolted down by Prof. Akira Masaike during the ceremony of the magnet installation.
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J-PARC
Nov 15, 2005
The first magnet of the J-PARC 50 GeV proton accelerator ring was bolted down by J-PARC project director Shoji Nagamiya during the ceremony of the magnet installation.
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J-PARC
Nov 15, 2005
The first magnet of the J-PARC 50 GeV proton accelerator ring was bolted down by KEK DG Yoji Totsuka during the ceremony of the magnet installation.
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