CERN Courier: May 2015
NSLS-II will offer 10,000 times the brightness of its predecessor.
A look at the vast amount of work done during the long shudown, and some of the challenges that arose.
Work in LS1 touched almost all of the sub-detetcors and online systems.
• Building 774: open for business • ATLAS physicist wins L’Oréal–UNESCO Women in Science award • Grigory Domogatsky receives Bruno Pontecorvo Prize • Chalmers University honours Maria Borge • CLASHEP goes to Ecuador • CERN awarded Best Swiss Twitter Page 2015 • Visits
• Klaus Winter 1930–2015 • Anatoly Alekseevich Logunov 1926–2015
• 13th International Conference on Heavy Ion Accelerator Technology