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Over the years, IHEP has developed wide and strong cooperative ties with the international high
 

Members of the PRC/U.S. Joint Committee on High Energy Physics in front of the sculpture Rationale of Nature (Image by IHEP)

energy physics community. Today it has become one of the leading research institutions in the field of high energy physics in the world.

The PRC/U.S. cooperation in high energy physics is one of the most important collaborations of IHEP, and has lasted for more than thirty years. The collaborative efforts have been concentrated on such major projects as the BEPC and BEPCII, the BES collaboration and the Daya Bay Reactor Neutrino Experiment.

IHEP has a long history of extensive cooperation with the European and Asian high energy physics communities, including CERN, INFN, DESY, CNRS, RAL, KEK and PLS. IHEP hosts the BESIII and the Daya Bay Collaborations with the participation of hundreds of scientists from dozens of countries, and also hosts the Sino-Japanese and the Sino-Italian Cosmic Ray Collaborations in Tibet. IHEP takes part in collaborations with AMS, ATLAS, BELLE & BELLE II, CMS, EXFEL, ILC, PANDA, etc.

     

In August 1995, the 17th International Symposium on Lepton Photon Interactions at High Energies was held at the Beijing International Convention Center.

In August 2004, ICFA announced the decision of selecting superconducting RF technology for the ILC in a press conference in Beijing.

On August 16, 2004, the 32nd International Conference on High Energy Physics was held in Beijing. Nearly one thousand participants from 42 countries and regions attended the opening ceremony.

     

Scientists in the BESIII Collaboration visit the installation site.

In 1998, IHEP group members were installing the L3+C detectors of the trigger system.

A group photo of the Chinese scientists on the CMS installation site in May 2007.

 

 
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