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04 Jun 2018 | Anonymous | Physics
The first observation of the simultaneous production of a Higgs boson with a top quark-antiquark pair is being published today in the journal Physical Review Letters (PRL). This major milestone, first reported by the CMS Collaboration in early April...
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18 May 2018 | Anonymous | Engage with CMS
Can machine learning assist high-energy physics in discovering and characterising new particles? Physicists from the ATLAS, CMS and LHCb collaborations have just launched the TrackML challenge– your chance to develop new machine learning solutions...
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17 May 2018 | Anonymous | Physics
The CMS collaboration came to this year’s Quark Matter conference with fourteen new results, never shown before, and five other results recently submitted for publication. The majority of them exploit the high luminosity 8.16 TeV pPb, and 5.02 TeV...
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12 Apr 2018 | Achille Petrilli | Physics
Observation of ttH production   The observation of a Higgs boson in 2012 at the Large Hadron Collider marked the starting point of a broad experimental program to determine the properties of the newly discovered particle. In the standard model, the...
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22 Mar 2018 | Marzena Lapka | Detector
*/ The Year-End Technical Stop (YETS) has been especially busy for CMS. In December 2017, part of the new pixel tracker installed in early 2017 was brought to a clean room on the surface at Point 5 to begin consolidation works in preparation for...
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15 Mar 2018 | Anonymous | Physics
Analysis of the large dataset delivered by the LHC in Run 2 continues with more than 25 new results from the CMS collaboration presented at the 2018 Rencontres de Moriond conference. Most of these results will be published shortly and will add to...
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22 Dec 2017 | Marzena Lapka | Detector
This article was originally published at CERN EP Newsletter. The CMS Phase-2 Upgrade projects will replace or improve detector systems to provide the necessary physics performance under the challenging conditions of high luminosity at the HL-LHC....
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20 Dec 2017 | Achintya Rao | Collaboration
20 December 2017: The CMS Collaboration at CERN is pleased to announce the release of the third batch of high-level open data from the CMS detector at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), available on the CERN Open Data portal. This batch contains over...
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23 Nov 2017 | Achintya Rao | Physics
It has been a little over seven (and a half) years since the LHC started delivering collisions to CMS for physics analysis, and just a few days ago we published our 700th research paper. To celebrate this achievement, we thought we would give you a...
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07 Nov 2017 | Cms People | Engage with CMS
Consensus, the London-based hip-hop artist, has released a second video from his album Concerned, which we have previously written about. The video includes footage from Consensus's visits to CERN and CMS, as part of a collaboration with art@CMS....
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12 Oct 2017 | Achintya Rao | Physics
12 October 2017 For most of each operational year, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) typically smashes protons together to generate vast amounts of data for physicists to analyse. These proton-proton (pp) collisions were responsible, for example, for...
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09 Oct 2017 | Marzena Lapka | Physics
The 10th International workshop on top quark physics, TOP2017, was held in Braga, Portugal, from September 17th to 22nd, 2017 and brought together a number of experimentalists and theorists from all over the world. The CMS Collaboration presented...
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