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EPPCN meeting 1 Nov 2019 (CHIPP) visit to LHC tunnel
Image: CHIPP, Switzerland
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EPPCN meeting 1 Nov 2019 (CHIPP) visit to LHC tunnel
EPPCN meeting 1 Nov 2019 (CHIPP) visit to LHC tunnel (Image: CHIPP, Switzerland)

Meetings:

26th EPPCN Meeting at CERN (31 Oct - 1 Nov 2019) - CERN Indico

25th EPPCN Meeting at the Palacio de Congresos in Granada (13-14 May 2019) - CERN Indico

24th EPPCN Meeting at the National Technical Univeristies of Athens, Greece (29-30 Nov 2018) - CERN Indico

23rd EPPCN Meeting (23-24 Apr 2018) CERN, CERN Indico

22th EPPCN Meeting (20-21 Nov 2017) Budapest, Hungary - CERN Indico

21th EPPCN Meeting (04-5 May 2017) - CERN Indico

Contact person:

Dr. Angela Benelli

c/o CERN

Building 506-R012. Route de Meyrin, 385

1217 Meyrin, Switzerland

email

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2020
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Zuoz Summer School 2020: VISION AND PRECISION photo
  • CHIPP
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  • Zuoz

Zuoz Summer School 2020: VISION AND PRECISION

The PSI Zuoz Summer School is organized by the Theory Group of the Laboratory for Particle Physics (LTP) at PSI.
LHCP2020 conference
  • 29.05.2020
  • CHIPP
  • News
  • Press release

CERN collaborations present new results on charmed particles at online conference

The ALICE, CMS and LHCb collaborations present new measurements that show how particles containing charm quarks can serve as “messengers” of hadrons and the quark–gluon plasma, carrying information about these forms of matter.
This media update is part of a series related to the 2020 Large Hadron Collider Physics (LHCP2020) conference, taking place 25–30 May 2020.
PET image of brains without (top) and with (bottom) amyloid deposits. The deposits can be recognized by the red colouring, even with reduced spatial resolution (centre and right).
  • 15.05.2020
  • CHIPP
  • News
  • Press release

The start-up Positrigo uses findings from particle physics for the early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease

Positron emission tomography (PET) helps medical doctors to detect cancer and many other diseases. A team of researchers led by ETH Professor Günther Dissertori is working on a new generation of PET scanners that could in future be of great use in pharmacological research and in the treatment of Alzheimer's patients. The technical innovation is based, among other things, on fundamental research at CERN.