CERN Courier: October 2014
For CERN’s 60th anniversary, we present highlights of what the organization means for collaboration and for science.
Reflections on CERN’s influence through the decades on people and events.
Carlo Rubbia talks about some of the highlights of his long career and his thoughts for the future.
The LHC and ITER project share many technologies, providing a natural basis for collaboration.
• Stan Bentvelsen to be next director of Nikhef • Hafeez Hoorani to head NCP in Pakistan • Theorists honoured in Edinburgh and London • Golutvin and Onuchin reach their 80th birthdays • QCD creates strong interactions in Montpellier • Royal Holloway hosts oPAC school • HASCO 2014 credits its students • Honorary degree for Lyn Evans • CERN hosts Patras Workshop on Axions, WIMPs and WISPs • The Super Proton Synchrotron • Visits
• Andrew Sessler 1928–2014 • Klaus Dietz 1934–2014
• Innovative Applications and Developments of Micro-Pattern Gaseous Detectors • Portrait of Gunnar Källén: A Physics Shooting Star and Poet of Early Quantum Field Theory • Engines of Discovery: A Century of Particle Accelerators. Revised and Expanded Edition • Books received