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11 Apr 2017 | Achille Petrilli | Physics
The exploitation of the LHC data collected by CMS is continuing successfully, with more than 35 new results presented at the Moriond 2017 conference, most of which used the full 2016 luminosity. These results cover all the research lines of the...
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27 Jan 2017 | Anonymous | Detector
It might be hard to imagine what link there could be between a huge scientific machine underneath Geneva and a field of tomatoes in Lebanon but both need advanced technology to achieve their best results. Even if they seem light years apart, they...
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17 Jan 2017 | Anonymous | Collaboration
On 19 December 2016 a ceremony at CERN marked the tenth donation of computing equipment to an academic institution, the Escuela Politécnica Nacional in Ecuador. On this occasion, 72 servers, two racks and two network switches were donated to the...
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22 Apr 2016 | Achintya Rao | Collaboration
Rediscover the Standard Model of particle physics and much more with open data from the Large Hadron Collider Today, the CMS Collaboration at CERN has released more than 300 terabytes (TB) of high-quality open data. These include over 100 TB, or 2.5...
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25 Mar 2016 | Anonymous | Detector
The LHC is back online! This morning we saw first beams splashes in the CMS experiment as the beam was threaded through the LHC full circle! "This data is already useful to understand details about the behaviour of the new CMS Trigger, and we are...
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18 Mar 2016 | Cms People | Physics
The Rencontres de Moriond – Electroweak (Moriond EW) takes place this week in La Thuile, Aosta Valley, Italy, where the CMS Collaboration will present more than 30 new results approved since the December 15 seminar at CERN. First measurements of the...
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16 Mar 2016 | Achintya Rao | Collaboration
Fermilab’s Joel Butler will take the reins of the CMS collaboration in September, after having been elected as its new spokesperson during the last CMS Week. On 10 February, members of the CMS Collaboration Board, the “parliament” of the...
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26 Feb 2016 | Anonymous | Engage with CMS
(French version below) (Geneva, 26 February 2016) – The inspiration for the latest art exhibition at the Cité du Temps came from a scientific experiment the height of a six-floor building, built to the precision of the thickness of a human hair. “...
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17 Dec 2015 | Achintya Rao | Physics
The first phase of collisions following the LHC restart earlier this year has provided CMS with a wealth of data at a new energy frontier of 13 TeV. This centre-of-mass collision energy, the highest ever achieved by a particle accelerator, is...
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27 Jul 2015 | Cms People | Physics
Note: This document is also available in the following languages (PDFs). English | French | Chinese (simplified) | Chinese (traditional) | Croatian | Finnish | German | Hungarian | Italian | Korean | Persian | Polish | Portuguese | Russian | Serbian...
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21 Jul 2015 | Cms People | Collaboration
Michel Della Negra and Tejinder (Jim) Virdee have been recognized for their work on CMS by their respective national physics institutes. Michel has been awarded the 2014 prix André Lagarrigue for his “qualités exceptionelles de batisseur de...
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14 Jun 2015 | Tiziano Camporesi | Detector
CMS has been taking collision data since the 13TeV startup of the LHC on 3 June. During this period, the CMS magnet has been kept off due to an issue with the cooling system, so the beams have been used to calibrate and time-in the electronics of...
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