Institute for High Energy Physics
|Research type||High energy physics and particle physics|
The Institute for High Energy Physics (IHEP) was opened in 1965 in Protvino near Moscow, Russia. The institute is known for the particle accelerator U-70 synchrotron launched in 1967, which had the largest proton energy in the world for five years. The first director of the institute in 1963—1974 was Anatoli Logunov.
- English website of the Institute for High Energy Physics
- Russian website of the Institute for High Energy Physics
- IHEP publications
- Extensive photographs of remnants of Hadron Collider many years after abandonment at English Russia