Eckhard Elsen

12 results

Thirty years of LEP’s Z0 line shape

Thirty years ago this week, the four experiments at CERN’s LEP collider published the first of their famous results: the Z0 line shape, which told us that there are three, and only three, families of fundamental particles in nature

Opinion
Physics
15 October, 2019
Physics
Opinion
15 October, 2019

Lessons from Granada

The Granada symposium stimulated much lively discussion on the future of particle physics

Opinion
Physics
29 May, 2019
Physics
Opinion
29 May, 2019

The European Strategy for Particle Physics update is formally launched

At its September meeting, the CERN Council formally launched the European Strategy for Particle Physics update

Opinion
At CERN
16 October, 2018

A feast of physics to tide us over until Moriond…

CERN has a very rich physics programme not only at the high-energy frontier, let’s take a look at some of the interesting results it’s producing.

Opinion
Physics
27 February, 2018
Physics
Opinion
27 February, 2018

EPS-HEP 2017 – a landmark conference

EPS-HEP covered a great range of topics and showed that the various disciplines that make up fundamental physics are coming closer and closer together

Opinion
At CERN
18 July, 2017
At CERN
Opinion
18 July, 2017

A feast of physics at the winter conferences

A first glimpse at the winter conferences of what the LHC’s extraordinary performance in 2016 means for physics

Opinion
Physics
28 March, 2017
Physics
Opinion
28 March, 2017

Success is a two-way street

CERN's director for research and computing gives an overview about the CERN Neutrino platform activities

Opinion
At CERN
15 February, 2017
At CERN
Opinion
15 February, 2017

Theory and experiment – closer together by being apart

How the Theory Department contributes to the evolving research of particle physics and the CERN research programme

Opinion
At CERN
29 November, 2016

Too much data – a good problem to have

Large volumes of high-quality data may be a challenge, but addressing it brings innovation

Opinion
At CERN
17 October, 2016
At CERN
Opinion
17 October, 2016

The end of computing’s steam age

Cloud technology offers a promising solution for the computing needs of particle physics

Opinion
Computing
19 August, 2016
Computing
Opinion
19 August, 2016

ICHEP 2016: to b(ump) or not to b(ump)

Eckhard attends the 38th International Conference on High Energy Physics, ICHEP 2016, hosted this year by the US particle physics community

Opinion
At CERN
15 August, 2016
At CERN
Opinion
15 August, 2016

What makes CERN’s research great

As a newcomer to CERN, I find myself both honoured and humbled to have had the role of Research Director confided in me for five years

Opinion
Computing
30 May, 2016
Computing
Opinion
30 May, 2016