Sadrozinski and other scientists from the Santa Cruz Institute for Particle Physics (SCIPP)

"In their laboratory on the UC Santa Cruz campus, scientists from the Santa Cruz Institute for Particle Physics (SCIPP) look at signals from a prototype of a part of the new MARK II detector that will be used in the first experiment to be run on the proposed $120 million Stanford Linear Colllider. Members of the SCIPP group that has been selected to participate in the project are: (front row/left to right) William Rowe, Terry Schalk and Hartmut [Sadrozinski], and (back row/left to right) David E. Dorfan, Ralph Fabrizio, Clemens A. Heusch and SCIPP director Abraham Seiden.", Credit Line: Photo taken by Don Fukuda, University of California Santa Cruz, courtesy AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Abstract/Description: "In their laboratory on the UC Santa Cruz campus, scientists from the Santa Cruz Institute for Particle Physics (SCIPP) look at signals from a prototype of a part of the new MARK II detector that will be used in the first experiment to be run on the proposed $120 million Stanford Linear Colllider. Members of the SCIPP group that has been selected to participate in the project are: (front row/left to right) William Rowe, Terry Schalk and Hartmut [Sadrozinski], and (back row/left to right) David E. Dorfan, Ralph Fabrizio, Clemens A. Heusch and SCIPP director Abraham Seiden."
Subject(s): Laboratories
Equipment and supplies
Portraits, Group
Santa Cruz (Calif.)
Sadrozinski, Hartmut F. W.
Credit Line: Photo taken by Don Fukuda, University of California Santa Cruz, courtesy AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives
Catalog ID: Sadrozinski Hartmut D1