The ATLAS collaboration at CERN welcomes a new management team at its helm. Spokesperson Andreas Hoecker (CERN) will continue to steer the experiment until February 2025
Using a new system called real-time analysis, the LHCb collaboration has made filtering and analysing experiment data simpler and faster
On Friday, 18 November, a test using collisions of lead ions was carried out in the LHC and provided an opportunity for the experiments to validate the new detectors and new data-processing systems ahead of next year’s lead-lead physics run.
LHCf has completed its first data-taking period during LHC Run 3, taking advantage of the record 13.6 TeV collision energy. This coincides with the machine’s record fill time of 57 hours
The new spokesperson, Patricia McBride, and two deputies, Wolfgang Adam and Lucia Silvestris, will represent the Collaboration for the next two years.
The ATLAS collaboration held its sixth Outstanding Achievement Awards ceremony at CERN on 23 June 2022
The CMS collaboration is proud to have been successfully advancing knowledge, scientific research and technology for years, and all this would certainly not have been possible without the contribution of each of its members
On 14 June, LHCb, which comprises over 1000 authors and 400 PhD students, announced the winners of the 2022 PhD Thesis and Early-Career Scientist Awards