At the end of every year, we summarise some of the centre’s highlights and research visions in the CP3-Origins Black Books. These books are for colleagues and physics students, but can also be of interest for the general public who wishes to be kept up-to-date in one of the most fascinating areas of research.
In 2012, we introduced the Interactive Black Book, featuring enriched content for more fun and effective reading. This is the second iBlack Book. You can access selected parts of scientific keynote presentations on high-energy physics.
The iBlack Book requires an iPad:
The 4th Black Book is also available in a PDF version without the interactive features:
The previous three black books can be found here: