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20 Jan | Keti Kaadze | Detector
Soon after 2027, the LHC will enter the high luminosity era, known as HL-LHC, during which it is expected to deliver about 20 times more data than delivered up the end of Run 2. In order to achieve such high luminosity, the LHC is going to use much...
12 Dec | Francesca Cavallari | Detector
The CMS electromagnetic calorimeter (ECAL) measures the energy of electrons and photons produced in the LHC collisions with extreme precision. It includes, as main active element, 75848 scintillating crystals made of lead tungstate, a material that...
18 Mar | Anonymous | Detector
In February, the CMS and MoEDAL collaborations at CERN signed an agreement to hand over to MoEDAL a section of the LHC beam pipe that was located inside CMS between 2008 and 2013. The delicate object, 6 metres long and made of beryllium, will now be...