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The Web Lecture Archive Project is a joint venture between the UM-ATLAS Collaboratory Project the University of Michigan Media Union and CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics. One of its goals is to implement this electronic archival system for slide-based presentations on the Internet.

There are currently 301 lectures in this archive.

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Archive Highlights

University of Michigan
  § The Grid: The Future of HEP Computing?
  § Saturday Morning Physics: "Is it Live or is it Memorex?"
  § 2001: A Spacetime Odyssey (via MCTP)
  §UM - CERN REU 2001 Student Presentations

CERN Events
   § Bringing the Web to America
   § Veltman Nobel Lecture
   § Lillestol, Maiani

CERN Summer Student Lectures
   § 2001, 2000, 1999

  § Geant4, CMT, Athena
  § DAQ-1 Back-end

   § Software Training, C++ for Physicists
   § Dismantling LEP

CERN Academic Training Lectures
   § 2000, 2001

CERN Seminars and Colloquia
   § Detector Description

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