Procedures for Reasearches at Fermilab (Introduction to Fermilab, Policies, Communications, Responsibilities, Computing, ...)
Further general information on Fermilab (Virtual Tour, Architecture and Nature/Ecology, Budgets, . . .):
|Fermilab mainpage => about Fermilab.|
|Map of Fermilab (interactive).|
Further general information on DØ (Detector, Physics Overview, Photos, . . .):
DØ mainpage => DØ
at Work => Physics
=> Run II Results.
Run I Results and Plain English Summaries can be found there, too.
More detailed information on the DØ - Detector and the Tevatron:
|Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A 338 (1994) 185-253 (Run I performance)|
|The Upgraded D0 Detector (Fermilab-Pub-05/341-E, ps, pdf)|
|Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A 565 (2006) 463 (Run II performance)|
|Physics with the D0 Upgrade.|
|Brief description of the detector.|
|Fermilab's Chain of Accelerators|
|Tevatron Run II Handbook.|
DØ Celebration of RunIIa and the Upgrade Video
|Announcement in the DØ News.|
|Teaser (~47 MB) and full video (~670 MB).|
Roughly 650 university scientists and students from 19 nations are currently involved in DØ. We encourage you to have a first look at your collaborateurs:
|DØ mainpage => DØ at Work => Collaboration => DØ Physicist Photo Gallery (official)|
The name of our detector is based on the naming scheme of the Tevatron Collider (schematic view of the Tevatron), which is divided into 6 sections. The DØ - Detector is located in section D, precisely at the point called 'D0', whereas the CDF - Detector for example can be found in section B (at the point 'B0'). The main injector is connected to the Tevatron in section F (at the point 'F0').