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SHiP Open Symposium

by Golutvin Andrei, Jacobsson Richard

SHIP is a recently proposed new general purpose fixed target facility at the SPS which is aimed at exploring the domain of hidden particles and make measurements with tau neutrinos. Hidden particles are predicted by a large number of models beyond the Standard Model. The high intensity of the SPS 400 GeV beam allows probing a wide variety of models containing light long-lived exotic particles with masses below O(10) GeV/c$^2$, including very weakly interacting low-energy SUSY states. Under nomin...

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Collide@CERN ProHelvetia Public Lecture

by Mrs. Bello Monica, Mr. Vust Michel, Ms. Perrenoud Laura, Mr. Dubois Marc, Mr. de Diesbach Simon, Heuer Rolf, Calo Julian

You are very warmly invited to the opening presentation of Fragment.In’s residency at CERN. Fragment.In are the winners of Collide@CERN ProHelvetia, a collective formed by Laura Perrenoud, Simon de Diesbach, and Marc Dubois. They will present their artistic work along with their CERN scientific inspiration partner, who will present his/her work on Science. In their proposal, Fragment.In has a unique, original and creative approach to data visualization. We look forward to having them at CERN. Collide@CERN is the three month residency programme providing artists with time and space to reflect, research and renew their artistic practice.

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You are very warmly invited to the opening presentation of Fragment.In’s residency at CERN. Fragment.In are the winners of Collide@CERN ProHelvetia, a collective formed by Laura Perrenoud, Simon de Diesbach, and Marc Dubois. They will present their artistic work along with their CERN scientific inspiration partner, who will present his/her work on Science. In their proposal, Fragment.In has a unique, original and creative approach to data visualization. We look forward to having them at CERN. Collide@CERN is the three month residency programme providing artists with time and space to reflect, research and renew their artistic practice.
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