CERN Courier: July/August 2016
The 1956 experiment that proved neutrinos exist.
The CERN Neutrino Platform supports global neutrino experiments.
A seminal meeting in 1976 shaped the course of neutrino detectors.
T2K and Hyper-Kamiokande advance strong neutrino tradition.
Results shed light on the ordering of neutrino masses.
Neutrinos could point to a deeper theory of elementary particles.
Array could pinpoint the location of astrophysical neutrinos.
An interview with CERN’s Jack Steinberger.
• John Womersley appointed director of ESS • TRIUMF welcomes new associate director • Markov prize for black-hole theory • Prizes galore for LIGO discovery • Winners of the 2016 Beamline for Schools announced • Celebration marks 40 years of SPS service • CERN openlab: supporting the LHC community for 15 years • Celebrating 40 years of supergravity • Netherlands firms exhibit products at CERN • Third European Cryogenics Days focuses on HEP • Beauty on show in the south of France • Highlights of IPAC 2016 in Korea • Swedish MAX IV light source inaugurated • Event spotlight • Visits
• Péter Hasenfratz 1946–2016 • Tom Kibble 1932–2016 • Gérard Mennessier 1943–2016 • György Vesztergombi 1943–2016 • Irene Vichou 1964–2016 • Vadim Volkov 1923–2016
• Tunnel Visions • Statistical Methods for Data Analysis in Particle Physics • Path Integrals for Pedestrians • Books received