Updates for CERN people

Say more with CERN “emojis”

21 Apr 2017 — CERN releases a first set of virtual stickers

The Esplanade des Particules in Meyrin

10 Apr 2017 — The Etat de Genève, CERN and the Commune de Meyrin announce the start of work on the Esplanade des Particules in Meyrin

LHC Report: getting ready to restart

10 Apr 2017 — Almost ready: the LHC and its injectors are starting up one after the other

The Technical Infrastructure team never sleeps

10 Apr 2017 — What is a good measure of the activity of the Technical Infrastructure team? The number of phone calls

Sir Tim Berners-Lee receives A.M. Turing Award

10 Apr 2017 — The award is often referred to as the "Nobel Prize" of computing

Computer Security: One click and BOOM… (Reloaded)

10 Apr 2017 — Browsing the World Wide Web is not as easy as it seems…

CERN at G3iD: tackling UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

10 Apr 2017 — CERN participated in the Geneva Global Goals innovation Day to engage with the public and show CERN tackles UN’s Sustainable Development Goals

CAS Beam Injection, Extraction and Transfer in Erice, Sicily

7 Apr 2017 — The CERN Accelerator School (CAS) organised a specialised course on Beam Injection, Extraction and Transfer in Erice, Sicily from 10 to 19 March 2017

A wealth of precise new results at Moriond

6 Apr 2017 — At the 52nd Rencontres de Moriond conference CERN collaborations presented many new results, including their first ones with the full 13 TeV dataset

First tests of crab cavities promise a luminous future

29 Mar 2017 — The crab cavities, a key component for the HL-LHC luminosity increase, show remarkable first test results

EYETS report: a cool preparation for the LHC

28 Mar 2017 — The re-filling of the arcs with liquid helium started last week, and the LHC is gradually being prepared for electrical tests at the end of the month

Help us build a better CERN website

28 Mar 2017 — Take a short survey to help us to improve CERN’s home website

Computer Security: Stepping Up in User Education

28 Mar 2017 — We would now like to step up a level and introduce haptic feedback for unsecure user actions

New arrivals - March 2017

27 Mar 2017 — On Tuesday 21 March 2017, recently-recruited staff members and fellows participated in a session in the framework of the Induction Programme

CERN: ideal for entrepreneurship, for those who take a leap

25 Mar 2017 — Are you interested in entrepreneurship? CERN is an ideal place to explore and nurture new business ideas

Hidden Figures into the light

22 Mar 2017 — At a time when Hollywood rarely praises female scientists as heroes, an unusual film was released: Hidden Figures

CMS pixel tracker transplant: everything went well so far

13 Mar 2017 — At the beginning of March, the CMS collaboration installed an important part of its detector: its second-generation Pixel Tracker

EYETS Report: 2017, a busy year ahead for the accelerators

13 Mar 2017 — As part of the EYETS activities, the Linac3 ion source was converted to a xenon ion source

Paving the way for a new antimatter experiment

13 Mar 2017 — The GBAR experiment will create antihydrogen ions at rest to study the action of gravity upon antimatter

New Management at the ATLAS Experiment

13 Mar 2017 — Dave Charlton passes the baton to new ATLAS Spokesperson Karl Jakobs

Chamonix event prepares for LHC’s future

13 Mar 2017 — A review of LHC operation and system performance at the annual LHC performance workshop in Chamonix, France

THE Port powers the Science Hackathon at IdeaSquare

13 Mar 2017 — Papers were drafted and partnerships forged at the 2017 Science Hackathon—powered by THE Port

Computer Security: Music, Videos and the Risk for CERN

13 Mar 2017 — If you want to listen to music or watch movies at CERN, make sure that you own the proper rights to do so

Devoxx4Kids, a conference for budding geeks

10 Mar 2017 — On 26 February, CERN hosted Devoxxkids, a series of computing, robotics and electronics workshops for kids in the Globe and in the IdeaSqure

Open-heart surgery for CMS

28 Feb 2017 — The CMS detector’s tracking system, which determines the trajectories of charged particles, is being replaced this week at Point 5

A new tool to evaluate complex tech systems’ efficiency

27 Feb 2017 — CERN and a Finnish high-tech company will develop a tool to assess the effectiveness and reliability of a complex system such as the LHC

Colliding ideas over lunch

27 Feb 2017 — Lunchtime has never been more exciting: make new friends and spark new projects

Reaching out: IPPOG’s new status to push physics outreach

26 Feb 2017 — International Particle Physics Outreach Group given new status to encourage members and global outreach effort

Computer Security: Offensive Public Browsing

25 Feb 2017 — If you happen to use one of CERN’s public PCs, please stick to the rules

Using a crystal to extract beam?

15 Feb 2017 — A new slow-extraction technique using a silicon crystal aims to reduce beam losses by a factor of four


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