- Nuclear & Particle Physics
- Isotope Research & Production
- RIKEN BNL Research Center
- Nuclear Physics
- High-Energy Physics
- DEI Council
- NPP Directorate
Solving problems in observational cosmology: how to measure and constrain properties of dark matter, dark energy and the standard cosmological model.
Studies very rare processes at the Intensity Frontier.
Group members are collaborators on the LHC ATLAS experiment.
Focuses on providing theoretical foundation for the search for physics beyond the standard model, including lattice QCD calculations of key quantities required for this quest.
Software and Computing
Participates in experiments across BNL's nuclear and particle physics programs, providing software and expertise with a particular emphasis on common software solutions.
The SDCC provides computing services for ATLAS, Belle II, experiments at RHIC, and other programs.
Responsible for the operation of the sPHENIX experiment at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) and the analysis of data from the detector. The group also supports the PHENIX collaboration as it finalizes the analysis of collected data. The group contributes to the design of the coming EIC detector, ePIC, and to the neutrinoless double beta decay experiment, nEXO.
Responsibile for the operation and physics exploitation of the STAR experiment at RHIC.
Lead and support of the Cold QCD program at RHIC and the future EIC. This includes the scientific program, hadron polarimetry and the efforts towards the realization of an experimental program at EIC.
Conducts quantum chromodynamics and proton spin structure research.
The nuclear theory group conducts research in all areas of QCD, including structure of hadrons and nuclei at high energies, the QCD phase diagram and the properties of quark-gluon matter.
An experiment at Japan’s SuperKEKB particle accelerator recording decay products from electron-positron collisisons. Brookhaven hosts a copy of the raw data and an archive of the detector’s conditions at the time of collision.
Seeks to probe the origin of the accelerating universe and uncover the nature of dark energy by measuring the 14-billion-year history of cosmic expansion.
A 3.2 gigapixel camera mounted in a ground-based telescope designed to produce the widest, densest, and most complete images of our universe ever captured. Dark Energy Science Collaboration (DESC) is the international science collaboration that will make high accuracy measurements of fundamental cosmological parameters using data from LSST.
An international collaboration working to precisely measure neutrino oscillations.
An experiment at CERN's Large Hadron Collider designed to detect particles created by proton-proton collisions.
An international collaboration studying the subtle transformations of neutrinos.
Measures low energy neutrino cross sections and investigates low energy excess events observed by the MiniBooNE experiment.
A high precision measurement of the muon's g-2 value. A deviation between theory and observed value will suggest the existence of new particles. See also: Fermilab Muon g-2 site
Precision measurement of reactor antineutrino spectrum in searching for new oscillation signatures of neutrinos.
A radical makeover of the PHENIX experiment experiment that will significantly enhance scientists' ability to explore quark gluon plasma.
A decommissioned experiment at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider designed to explore quark gluon plasma.
An experiment at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider designed to explore quark gluon plasma.
A next-generation facility at BNL, whose ability to collide high-energy electron beams with high-energy ion and polarized proton beams will give access to those regions in the nucleon and nuclei where their structure is dominated by gluons thus providing unique capabilities for the study of QCD.
Safety & Environment
Seminars & Colloquia
Nikita Blinov, Javier Virto
Thursday, December 14, 2023, 11 a.m., Small Seminar Room, Bldg. 510
Particle Physics Seminar
Resistive read-out and built-in amplification: two key innovations to achieve 4D tracking with silicon sensors
Nicolo Cartiglia, Kansas State
Thursday, December 14, 2023, 3 p.m., Small Seminar Room, Bldg. 510
There are no events scheduled at this time.
Advisory Panel Issues Field-Defining Recommendations for U.S. Government Investments in Particle Physics Research
Seeing the Shape of Atomic Nuclei
Brookhaven Lab Statement on Nuclear Science Advisory Committee 2023 Recommendations for Nuclear Physics Research
Listening to the Radio on the Far Side of the Moon