CERN people

Updates and information for CERN people. To search the phonebook, find CERN websites, services and more see the directory. CERN people can submit content to this section.


Lonely Chairs at CERN turns one

12 May 2015 — Over the past year, the "Lonely Chairs at CERN" photography blog has let the chairs do the talking

Promoting respect at home and abroad

28 Apr 2015 — This week, CERN Director-General Rolf Heuer focusses on respect, whether at home, at work or on the international scene

CERN Director-General visits SESAME

16 Apr 2015 — Rolf Heuer visited the SESAME laboratory in Jordan on 13 April along with European Commissioner for research, Carlos Moedas

Important milestones for the LHC and for integrity

16 Apr 2015 — The major news this week is, of course, the start of LHC Run 2

A busy Sunday for the LHC

7 Apr 2015 — The LHC started up again on Sunday for the first time in two years. LHC operators celebrated the smooth restart with champagne and chocolate eggs

LHC restart update

2 Apr 2015 — The first beams could be circulating in the machine sometime between Saturday and Monday

Register for Famelab!

1 Apr 2015 — Are you passionate about communicating about science? Register now for the first Physics FameLab

CERN People events

From the CERN community

Second letter from Ombudsland

A few weeks ago I attended the 2015 annual conference of the International Ombudsman Association. It was the second time that I had participated in this conference (see here my report from last year) and, once again, I would like to share some of my experience with you.  

Ombuds by Sudeshna Datta Cockerill, 26 May 2015

Respect@CERN - the discussion has started…

The on-going campaign Respect@CERN was re-launched this year on Tuesday 5 May with a discussion forum led by Alan Richter, an expert consultant in ethics and diversity. Seeing so many colleagues in the Council Chamber for this kick-off event was a clear indication of interest in the topic as well...

Ombuds by Sudeshna Datta Cockerill, 11 May 2015

Do you speak CERNese?

CERNese is the language spoken here: based on English and French, it’s a mixture of accents, pronunciations and body languages that go well together. CERNese is also an attitude: we make an effort to understand others and to ensure that other people understand what we say. Do you speak this...

Ombuds by datta, 28 Apr 2015

Updates from CERN clubs

21 May 2015 – Cycle of films on Sensory Limitations

18 May 2015 – Cycle of films on Sensory Limitations