CERN Accelerating science

Press Coverage

Date published Title Abstract Article
22/10/2017 CERN to Revamp its Information Technology Apparatus

CERN, home of Large Hadron Collider (LHC), is on the verge of revamping the way it handles information as it readies itself for new technological challenges that lie ahead.

09/10/2017 On cloud nine at CERN

Burning at a scorching 40°C, I was sitting in my office, close to the border of Switzerland and France — countries where inhabitants are accustomed to doing things that helps their spirit dance with nature. And yet, I was tucked away in the confines of an empty building. I was constantly wondering how I ended up getting an internship at the world’s largest and most revered physics laboratory — CERN (Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire — a European organisation for nuclear research). Rather than trusting my credentials and believing that I truly deserved to be there, I thought the selection committee had a terrible mix up while selecting me.

09/10/2017 «Яндекс» займется поисками асимметрии вещества на Большом адронном коллайдере

Школа анализа данных (ШАД) «Яндекса» вошла в коллаборацию LHCb, занимающуюся экспериментами в ЦЕРНе (CERN — Европейский совет по ядерным исследованиям). Об этом сообщается в пресс-релизе, поступившем в редакцию «Ленты.ру»..

29/09/2017 RETURN TO CERN

​Last week I was delighted to return to CERN for a short trip (and break from thesis writing). In front of the Globe, CERN's alumni team and I filmed an interview for CERN's newly launched alumni network. I'll post the video once it's live. Rachel Bray and I chatted about my time there, including my first visit as an INTEL Science Fair winner followed by an internship in CERN openlab, and then my transition from physics into ocean engineering (how it's not such a weird transition!). We also gave a plug for my talk in February at CERN's first-ever alumni conference, where I'll tackle the subject, ‘What is the role of scientists in building a sustainable future for the planet?’ Spoiler alert: I'll focus on the big questions a CERN-for-the-ocean could answer! (My 2014 op-ed for TIME explains more fully my vision for a  CERN-for-the-ocean.)

27/09/2017 CERN openlab tackles ICT challenges of High Luminosity-LHC

CERN openlab has published a white paper identifying the major ICT challenges that face CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, and other ‘big science’ projects in the coming years.

22/09/2017 CERN openlab Identifies ICT Challenges of High Luminosity-LHC

A white paper identifying the key ICT challenges that face CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, and other ‘big science’ projects in the upcoming years has been published by CERN openlab.

22/09/2017 From CERN: “CERN openlab tackles ICT challenges of High-Luminosity LHC “

CERN is home to the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world’s most powerful particle accelerator. The complexity of the scientific instruments at the laboratory throw up extreme ICT challenges, and make it an ideal environment for carrying out joint R&D projects and testing with industry.

22/09/2017 CERN OpenLab liste les défis auxquels est confrontée l'IT du CERN

La structure de partenariat public/privé créée par l'IT du CERN vient de publier un livre blanc listant les défis auxquels est confrontée l'organisation face à l'explosion des besoins du centre de recherche en matière de puissance de calcul, de bande passante réseau et de stockage.

21/09/2017 Cern calls on attention to combine on the datacentre challenges

Cern, home of a Large Hadron Collider (LHC), has identified 16 IT hurdles that it wants to work with a IT attention to overcome. In a whitepaper describing a challenges, Cern Openlab, a facility’s public-private partnership, has categorised a 16 issues into 4 categorical areas.

21/09/2017 Cern calls on industry to collaborate on its datacentre challenges

Cern, home of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), has identified 16 IT challenges that it wants to work with the IT industry to overcome.

In a whitepaper describing its challenges, Cern Openlab, the facility’s public-private partnership, has categorised the 16 issues into four main areas.

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