of Part B.- Seminars on Specialized Topics.- J Particles, and Search for More Long Lived Particles.- Scattering of Muons at 150 GeV.- Properties of the ? Resonances.- Evidence for a New Resonance Pc and other Recent Results obtained at DORIS using DASP.- Studies of Neutron Dissociation at FERMILAB Energies.- Acceleration of Heavy Ions to Relativistic Energies and their Use in Physics and Biomedicine.- Mini Black Holes.- Review Lectures.- A Review of Recent Progress and Old Problems in Subnuclear Physics.- A Survey of the Theoretical Models proposed for the New Particles.- New Particle Production by Neutrinos.- Recent Results from the CALTECH-FERMILAB Neutrino Experiment.- Review of Direct Lepton Production in Nucleon-Nucleon Collisions.- Methods for Theoretical Understanding of Neutral Currents.- The Status of Non-Charmed Hadron Spectroscopy.- Very High Energy Hadronic Interactions.- Results from Studies of High Energy Cosmic Radiation.- Highlights in Other Fields.- Fermion Syst ems in Different Dimensions.- The Future of High Energy Physics in Europe Possible Future Storage Rings at CERN: pp and ep.- The Glorious Days of Physics.- My Life as a Physicist's Wife.- Evening Seminar.- Some Conclusions from CERN's History.- Closing Ceremony.- Participants.
In July 1975 a group of 122 physicists from 68 laboratories of 27 countries met in Erice to attend the 13th Course of the International School of Subnuclear Physics. The countries represented at the School were: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, India, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, The Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Port4gal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, The United Kingdom, The United States of America and Yugoslavia. The School was sponsored by the Italian Ministry of Public Education (MPI) , the Italian Ministry of Scientific and Technolog ical Research (MRST), the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the Regional Sicilian Government (ERS) and the Weizmann Institute of Science. The School was one of the most exciting, due to the impressive number of discoveries made not only in the field of the new par ticles by the MIT-BNL (reported by S. C. C. Ting) and by the SLAC SPEAR (reported by M. Breidenbach) Groups, but also in the field of high energy neutrino interactions where Carlo Rubbia observes ~ pairs, together with bumps in the total energy of the hadronic system at Wh~4 GeV and a discontinuity in the at Ev~50 GeV plus a bump at Wmin~4 GeV; all these phenomena being possibly connected. To this remarkable amount of new and exciting results it has to be added the great discovery of DORIS (reported by B. Wiik) on the first example of a new particle Pc: the highlight of the Course.
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