Anaïs Schaeffer

Anaïs Schaeffer is a reporter for the CERN communications group.

116 results

HiLumi News: The HL-LHC’s cold powering system successfully passed the tests

The new HL-LHC cold powering system, which includes the high-temperature superconducting link colloquially known as “the python”, has successfully passed its first cold powering tests

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Accelerators
28 May, 2024

HiLumi News: protecting the components of CERN’s future accelerator

The collimation system of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), which protects the accelerator’s components, needs an upgrade to be able to handle the performance of CERN’s future accelerator

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Accelerators
31 January, 2024
Accelerators
News
31 January, 2024

Promoting the quality of working life

The "Efficiency and caring at work" awareness campaign will be launched this autumn as part of the "Work Well Feel Well" project, which began in 2017

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At CERN
11 September, 2023
At CERN
News
11 September, 2023

With FLOTUS, aerosol precursor vapours age more quickly

FLOTUS is a new addition to the CLOUD experiment at CERN. By accelerating the oxidation of organic vapours before injecting them into the CLOUD chamber, FLOTUS allows more complex atmospheric phenomena to be studied

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Experiments
08 August, 2023

CERN Science Gateway: science and fun for kids (and everyone else)

A large number of visitors are expected at CERN Science Gateway from this autumn, and the youngest ones will be given special treatment

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Knowledge sharing
08 August, 2023
Knowledge sharing
News
08 August, 2023

Gender diversity on the right track at CERN

Recent statistics on new arrivals at CERN are very encouraging: the proportion of women hired over the last five years has increased by 7.5%

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At CERN
05 July, 2023

The Technical Galleries Consolidation Project is progressing well

5 km of technical galleries have been scanned and half of them 3D-modelled, and the work to renovate and replace their technical infrastructure is in full swing

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Engineering
25 April, 2023

Take part in the new seminar series on future colliders

CERN’s Future Colliders unit launches a new seminar series to present the different future collider projects being studied to the broader CERN community

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Accelerators
07 March, 2023

The SM18 test facility in the HL-LHC era

SM18 is one of the largest magnet test facilities in the world. Dedicated to testing superconducting magnets and radiofrequency cavities, it is now waiting for the first HL-LHC components

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Engineering
07 December, 2022
Engineering
News
07 December, 2022

Science Gateway: the first trees for the forest have arrived

Forty-five large trees have been delivered to CERN this month. More than 400 trees will ultimately make up the Science Gateway forest

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At CERN
23 November, 2022

Autopsy of an LHC beam dump

For the first time at CERN, an autopsy has been carried out on a radioactive beam dump. Inspection of the inner workings of the device helped the teams to find out more about how materials behave under the impact of high-energy beams

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Accelerators
08 June, 2022
Accelerators
News
08 June, 2022

What will the future LHC beam dumps be made of?

A new experiment has been performed at the HiRadMat facility to test various materials that could be used in the LHC and HL-LHC beam dumps

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Accelerators
08 June, 2022