The aim of the quarterly EP newsletter is to provide periodical information and updates about people and activities in the EP department.

Seminars & Colloquia

  • EP seminars - organized by M. Mangano, G. Unal, C. Lourenco
    These present the latest particle physics results, with one section (LHC seminars) dedicated to the LHC experiments, and the other (non-LHC seminars) open to all other experimental activities, at CERN and elsewhere.
    The seminars will also include presentations of new ideas, proposals or status reports from projects in progress.
  • Colloquia - organized by W. Lerche
    These are non-technical talks of general interest covering a broad range, not limited only to to particle physcis and related fields.
    They are intended for a general academic audience and open to all people at CERN from all departments.
  • Detector Seminars - organized by the Detector Seminar Panel
    The Detector Seminar Panel has the mandate to organize regular Detector Seminars and occasional Detector Forums. These two events aim to make state-of-the-art presentations for scientist and engineers in the following fields:

    ·         Particle detectors and their performances
    ·         Detector engineering and infrastructure
    ·         Detector electronics
    ·         Detector applications in HEP and other fields

    The aim of the Detector Seminars is to spread information on new developments and to stimulate in depth discussions within the detector community present at CERN.  The seminars are held in regular intervals (typically monthly) and have specific topics or summarize highlights from conferences. The speakers are experts in the field and are selected by the panel.

    The Detector Forums intend to organize half- or full-day events around one theme that is of interest for the detector community at CERN.  The Forum events treat a topic more profoundly and include presentations from different groups. 

    Members: Burkard Schmidt (chair), Dominik DannheimAlessandro Marchioro, Hans Postema

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