Prof. Dr. Engin Arik, the physicist who died in the plane crash in Ispartan, worked for 40 years to become a full member of the world’s largest nuclear research center, CERN. However, with five colleagues in the accident, his work remained unfinished when he lost his life. He was aiming to establish a major research center in Turkey. A while after the accident, Turkey, one of the CERN 8 observer countries, took the first step to become a full member of the centre, but the Arik My biggest dream He didn’t witness the signing of the deal he said. CERN will perform the Big Bang experiment and Dan Brownun angels and demons If there was a big explosion in his book, he told the truth about the fact that a big black hole would come into the world, and stop fighting politicians, invest in science.
 The World Wide Web (WWW) Internet was also discovered in CERN. If we become a member of CERN, we have the opportunity to bring the information that our scientists will learn out there in our own country. There are also researches on how the universe is formed, and new technologies are developing when these studies are conducted. In the future, there will be huge developments in these areas such as laser physics, plasma physics, telecommunications, nuclear medicine, materials science and information technology.
 CERN is the abbreviation of the French Conseil européen pour la recherche nucléaire, which means the Council of Europe for Nuclear research. This institution is the world’s largest particle physics laboratory located on the borders of Switzerland and France. CERN, which was established in 1954 with the participation of 12 countries, has 8 members of the observer, including Turkey, in addition to the 20 noble member. CERN has hundreds of buildings, 3000-person support personnel and up to 2500 physicists, CERN staff. 100 of them are theoretical physicists. Others are experimental physicists and engineers who prepare, build and experiment with the projects of the experimental mechanisms in which various theories are investigated. In addition to CERN’s own staff, approximately 8000 physicists and engineers from eighty countries in the world are located at CERN.
 The most important place in CERN is the area of particle accelerators, called the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) under the ground. In giant machines that span miles beneath the farmland, atomic particles called protons, or atomic nuclei, are multiplied at very high speeds. For example, according to the theory of special relativity, the protons in the LHC accelerate to 99.999998% of the speed of light, and the mass of the proto will be 7000 times (7 TeV). After a simultaneous proton accelerator of 28 GeV, founded in 1956, another accelerator for 450 GeV entered into my usage in 1976. This device, which has been developed in 1981 to be used as a collision ring, is being utilized alternately as a particle accelerator and collider. Some short-lived new substance forms with collisions, meanwhile, are the particles of W and Z, which are interested in particle physicists. CERN has enabled Europe to enter the race with America and Russia in the field of physics.