ICE-DIP, the Intel-CERN European Doctorate Industrial Program, is a European Industrial Doctorate scheme led by CERN. The focus of the project, which launched in 2013, has been the development of techniques for acquiring and processing data that are relevant for the trigger and data-acquisition systems of the LHC experiments. The results will be publicly presented in an open session on the afternoon of 14th September.Building on CERN’s long-standing relationship with Intel through CERN openlab, ICE-DIP brings together CERN, Intel and research universities to offer training to five PhD students in advanced information and communication technologies (ICT).
These young researchers have been funded by the European Commission as fellows at CERN and enrolled in doctoral programmes at the National University of Ireland Maynooth and Dublin City University. They have each completed 18 month secondments at Intel locations around the world gaining in-depth experience of the very latest generations of Intel hardware.
Discover the results of the exciting work carried out by these researchers and the possible impact for LHC data acquisition systems at next month’s ICE-DIP closing workshop.
The public session will take place on Wednesday 14th September from 14:00 to 18:30 CEST. It will be held in 513-1-024. For more information, please visit the Indico page. Registration for the public session will be open until noon (CEST) on Monday 12th September. You will also be able to follow the event live via the CERN webcast service.