The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, the European Center for Nuclear Research, is the largest and most complex experiment in the history of particle physics. To produce different elementary particles, the particle accelerator lets hadrons collide at nearly light speed. What is especially hoped for is that the Higgs-Boson particle – the last, still unaccounted particle of the Standard Model of particle physics – will be experimentally detected.

LHCPhenoNet, a research project funded by the European Union as part of the Marie Curie Initial Training Networks, aims to assist young scientists (PhD students and post-docs) in the field of particle physics in their education and research. The goal is to encourage research in the Standard Model field based on the analysis of the data obtained from the LHC, as well as the further development of the Standard Model. 


As part of LHCPhenoNet, the RISC Software GmbH, along with other industrial partners such as MapleSoft and Wolfram Research, provides programming projects to enable PhD students to gain insight and experience in the field of scientific and professional software development of algorithms for solving linear systems of equations. In parallel, the RISC Institute offers two positions for PhD students as part of the LHCPhenoNet. 

More information about the project can be found at the Internet address http://www.lhcphenonet.eu.





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