The CMS timing and control distribution system (TCDS).
Left: the FC7 µTCA module. Right: part of the system in CMS.
View of Medipix3 chip. Left: view of the pixel side of the native thickness chip. Middle: Through Silicon Via (TSV) processed chip. Right: chip «BGA» bottom distribution
View of a NA62 Gigatracker Module
Radiation hard bi-directional optical link. View of the serialiser-deserialiser ASIC (GBTX), the transimpedance amplifier and the optical transceiver (VTRX).
Full-size model of the CLIC vertex detector, assembled for air-cooling tests
Fine-grained hadron calorimeter beam tests for CLIC at the CERN SPS (CALICE collaboration)
Top view of the CMS open detector during LS1
CMS endcap calorimeters seen through YE2
CMS closed, ready for data taking
CMS Ready for beam pipe installation
Side A of the ATLAS cavern
Closing of the ATLAS calorimeters
Novel CO2 cooling plants installed in the CMS service area, for the new Pixel system
Turning machine for the NA62 Straw Tube Modules built by EP-DT
Magnet Safety system designed by EP-DT for the magnet system of the Compass experiment
View from below CLOUD experiment’s aerosol chamber, opened for equipment installation
Insertion of the GTK pixel detector in the NA62 beam line. It is the first detector to be cooled with microchannels embedded in a thin silicon substrate.
Microchannels etched in a silicon substrate to be used as microfluidic scintillation detectors by EP-DT
CERN logo microfabricated in the cleanroom of the EPFL Center for MicroNanoTechnology
The new ALICE-MTR gas re-circulation system developed in EP-DT, installed in the ALICE underground gas service area
NA62 Straw module ready for installation in the NA62 experimental area
Fiber winding machine constructed in EP-DT for the LHCb Upgrade Scintillating Fibre (SciFi) Tracker project. The total length of the fibres to process exceeds 10,000 km.
The LHCb Calorimeters
The LHCb Vertex Locator
Layout of the LHCb experiment
An LHCb event display
The LHCb cavern
ALICE event display of a Pb-Pb collision at 2.76A TeV
ALICE Run Control Center
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