We're physicists searching for new particles, and we're together in Chicago for the 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics. AUA!
Hello! We're here at the largest gathering of high energy physicists in the world, and there are lots of new results. Many of them have to do with the search for new particles. It's a search across many kinds of physics research, from dark matter and neutrinos to science at the Large Hadron Collider and cosmology. Ask us anything about our research, physics, and how we hunt for the undiscovered things that make up our universe.
Our bios: HL: Hugh Lippincott, Scientist at Fermilab, dark matter hunter
VM: Verena Martinez Outschoorn, Professor at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, LHC scientist on the ATLAS experiment
DS: David Schmitz, Professor at the University of Chicago, neutrino scientist
THANKS HL: Hi all, thanks so much for all your questions, I had a great time. Heading out to lunch now otherwise I'll be cranky for the afternoon sessions. See you all out in Chicago!
VM: Thank you very very much for all your questions!!! Please follow us online and come visit our labs if you can!
DS: Thanks everyone for all the great questions! Time to head back to the presentations and discussions here at #ICHEP2016. See you around! -dave