The exploration of the subnuclear world is done through increasingly complex experiments covering a wide range of energy and performed in a large variety of environments ranging from particle accelerators, underground detectors to satellites and the space laboratory. The achievement of these research programs calls for novel techniques, new materials and instrumentation to be used in detectors, often of large scale. Therefore, fundamental physics is at the forefront of technological advance and also leads to many applications. Among these, are the progresses from space experiments whose results allow the understanding of the cosmic environment, of the origin and evolution of the universe after the Big Bang.
○ Cover all the aspects of detections of interaction in matter in all environment (experiments at accelerators, in space and cosmic rays, undergrounds and in medical and biological fields)
○ Up to date results
○ Example of merging advanced technology, particle physics and imaging techniques toward biological and medical application, for instance