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  • Martin Pohl

    Taught by:    Martin Pohl, Professeur ordinaire

    Département de physique nucléaire et corpusculaire

  • Mercedes Paniccia

    Taught by:    Mercedes Paniccia, Collaboratrice scientifique

    Département de Physique Nucléaire et Corpusculaire

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Très bonne présentation des particules, de leurs interactions, de leur theorie et de leur mesure expérimentale. J'ai beaucoup apprécié les présentations d

Très bonne introduction à ce sujet extrêmement complexe mais si passionnant !

Very useful courses for those who would like to obtain basic knowledges in particle physics and improve their french skills as well))))

Un panorama complet de la physique des particules, montrant bien comment l'ensemble s'articule et a été construit, et agrémenté de vidéos qui rendent palpables expériences et instruments.